More women in top management could boost bottom lines

Want to make your hospital more profitable? The solution may involve a woman in charge. A new study of more than 22,000 corporations from the Peterson Institute for International Economics and EY found that large companies that had a woman CEO or 30 percent of women in the top echelons of management boosted the bottom line by as much as 15 percent. The study did not provide any specifics about women and the bottom lines at hospitals and healthcare providers. Read the full article at FierceHealthcare

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