Women still have trouble getting seats at the healthcare C-suite table

Women remain systematically underrepresented in the C-suites of hospitals and healthcare networks, according to a new study by venture capital fund Rock Health. They represent only 34 percent of the top executives at top 100-ranked hospitals and 21 percent of board members at healthcare Fortune 500 companies. Why is it so difficult for women to crack the glass ceiling? Some reasons include the fact that they take breaks to have children and the homogeneity of hospital boards. Read the full article at FierceHealthcare

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