3 skills an effective hospital CFO needs in 2015

In the modern healthcare industry, the role of the chief financial officer has become more complex, which requires the executive to possess several qualities, according to Becker's Hospital Review. Suzanne Anderson, executive vice president, CFO, and CIO of Virginia Mason Health System in Seattle, and Tom Quinn, a senior partner with executive search firm Witt/Kieffer, told Becker's these must-have traits include skill at communicating in non-financial terms, baseline knowledge of the healthcare industry and effective working relationships with other members of the C-suite. These traits are particularly important as the healthcare industry shifts to the value-based reimbursement model. >> Read the full story at FierceHealthFinance

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