Larry McEvoy, MD, of Epidemic Leadership and Kevin Kearns, PsyD, discuss the ways in which biology can teach us about leadership, change management and team development
Letitia Fecher of Jarrard and Michael Topchik of the Chartis Center for Rural Health discuss regulatory, policy, workforce and communications challenges facing rural hospitals
Dorian Harriston is the Chief Marketing and Communications Officer at Morehouse School of Medicine. Aside from an accomplished healthcare marketer, she has built a career on advancing DEI and health equity, while building and enabling teams to achieve their highest potential
There are so many social media platforms for healthcare marketing and communications leaders to consider. Where do you invest? How about Threads?
The marketing funnel isn’t dead. But it’s not really the most accurate model, either. Maybe we should be talking about the marketing elliptical that takes awareness and conversion into account, plus the importance of loyalty and retention
Is it possible for a hospital to turn a small cybersecurity incident into a full-blown crisis based only on the words used and the approach to communicating about the event? What about the opposite?
Can technology really augment and streamline healthcare operations and make the work of healthcare workers easier? Can technology help provider organizations actually manage their workforce more effectively?
In our latest podcast, we work towards some answers regarding clinician burnout and workforce development with Dan Shapiro of the Chartis Center for Burnout Soutions and Kevin Kearns of Jarrard Inc.