Cleveland Clinic’s Global Executive Education team has reached a tipping point that is having a profound effect on the delivery of healthcare executive education.
Leaders can be hesitant to admit they don’t know everything, but Margaret McKenzie, MD, President of Cleveland Clinic South Pointe Hospital, says that displaying humility can actually help them do a better job.
As a leader in Ob/Gyn and women’s health, taking a leadership role in diversity and inclusion is critically important too.
Diversity creates a stronger team, driving both innovation and dynamic decision-making, and improves empathy, enhancing patient engagement and satisfaction.
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On the first anniversary of Cleveland Clinic’s “new kind of hospital for a new era in healthcare,” Avon Hospital President Rebecca Starck, MD, shares what has worked well and what has been learned.
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