New programs aim to eliminate workplace bias and discrimination by addressing the structural inequities that have shaped our shared history.
Hospital leaders address unique needs of remote and hybrid workers by assembling a team of “champions.”
Healthcare leaders spearhead diversity initiatives aimed at creating a hospital culture free of racism, bias and health disparities.
Developing leaders and teams is paramount for healthcare organizations, because they drive success in every arena.
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The most successful virtual summits are informative, educational, inspirational and fun. They bring something invigorating to team members, such as opportunities for expanded collaboration, interactive games or entertainment and thought-provoking speakers or special guests.
2021 was a year unlike any other. While it had its challenges we used what we learned along the way to map our steps for 2022.
Chief Caregiver Officer, Dr. Kelly Hancock, shares why engagement should be a top priority for healthcare leaders.
As Cleveland Clinic celebrates its centennial, Chief Caregiver Officer Dr. Kelly Hancock salutes the people and practices that have created a world-renowned health system.
Cleveland Clinic announces creation of Chief Caregiver Officer position, to be held by K. Kelly Hancock, former Executive Chief Nursing Officer (ECNO) for the health system. Meredith Foxx named interim ECNO.