Editor's Corner—Introducing FierceHealthcare's new Editorial Advisory Council

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What keeps you up at night? 

It's one of the questions we like to ask healthcare executives all the time (see this week's Executive Spotlight) because it really makes a person think about their top concerns.

Are they worried about the cybersecurity of their electronic health records? Is it the astronomical jump in the cost of emerging specialty drugs?

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How about figuring out how to balance the books in the transition to value-based care?

At FierceHealthcare, we want to write about the issues you care about most and tell the stories that will offer the most valuable insights on the business of healthcare. In our effort to better tap into the wealth of knowledge out there, FierceHealthcare recently convened some of the top thought leaders across the healthcare industry.

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These 19 leaders have agreed to serve as part of our inaugural Editorial Advisory Council.

What is an Editorial Advisory Council? The purpose is to create a channel for regular feedback about key industry trends and to help us better understand the news that our readers want. It's a way for us to connect with the industry and the top interests and concerns that healthcare leaders like you are facing.

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These thought leaders come from hospitals, insurers, physicians' offices, ACOs, health IT, law firms, financial backgrounds and more.

All have agreed to give us their unvarnished feedback to improve our coverage, and they may even take the opportunity to share their own thoughts with readers on healthcare issues from time to time in our Industry Voices.

Find all of their profiles here and shoot them a line of congratulations.

And as always, feel free to reach out to me at [email protected] or on Twitter. We love to hear from our readers, and I welcome story ideas and feedback about how we can better serve you.

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