Leadership

After an Astounding 28 Years, our Friend Pam Davis Retires as the CEO of Edward Elmhurst. Meet the Woman Who Never Stops

In November of 2016, Pamela Davis announced her retirement from Edward-Elmhurst Health after a 28-year tenure as chief executive officer, one of the longest for a Chicago-area hospital’s top executive. The Edward-Elmhurst Health system encompasses Edward Hospital, Elmhurst Hospital, and Linden Oaks Behavioral Health, with more than 100 outpatient locations across a service area of …

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Deborah J. Bowen, President & Chief Executive Officer at the American College of Healthcare Executives

MORE THAN 4000 DESCEND UPON CHICAGO FOR ACHE: MEET THE WOMAN WHO MAKES IT HAPPEN Deborah J. Bowen assumed the role of president and chief executive officer of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) on May 13, 2013 upon the retirement of Thomas C. Dolan, PhD, who had led the organization for 22 years. …

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Networking For Leaders

In 2007, Herminia Ibarra and Mark Lee Hunter, professors at INSEAD, published an article in Harvard Business Review entitled “How Leaders Create and Use Networks”; ten years later, the concepts they described are just as relevant for leadership success. The authors define networking as “creating a fabric of personal contacts who will provide support, feedback, …

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Marion J. Ball, EdD

Marion J. Ball, dubbed the “mother of medical informatics” in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, was one of seven inaugural recipients of the Most Influential Women in Health IT Award, given by the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) in December of 2016. She has truly been a pioneer, achieving success …

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CEOs and Politics

Fast approaching one of the most contentious presidential races in recent history, it is interesting to consider how the involvement of corporate CEOs in politics has grown. While the American public in general has not hesitated to post personal views on election issues and politics across social media and other outlets, it is a different …

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