3 changes at the hospital C-suite table

by Katie Sullivan

As the healthcare industry moves away from the fee-for-service model toward value-based service, hospital executives' roles and responsibilities change--and that includes the amount of space at the C-suite table.

Hospitals create positions to meet new needs, and the push toward quality of care means organizations require people with different skill sets to fill those jobs. In many instances, hospitals and health systems seek physician leaders and professionals who don't necessarily have a healthcare background to serve as senior executives. And as quality becomes the top priority, it's crucial that members of the C-suite seek feedback from the community and work on initiatives to improve the patient experience.

FierceHealthcare examined the three major changes happening around the C-suite table. Click below to read the full report.  


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