Jill Geisler: 9 ways difficult conversations go south and how to keep that from happening
Avoiding difficult conversations can lead to unhealthy organizations. Jill Geisler talks about common ways conversations can derail and how leaders can get them back on track.
6 things leaders can do to foster civility in the workplace
Times are turbulent, and people often feel empowered to express their opinions, even in negative ways. Jill Geisler shares things leaders can do to promote civility in the workplace and keep teams working well together.
Looking forward on addressing racial inequity in healthcare
Dalton Tong, a Black healthcare executive and two-term member of HFMA's Board in the 1990s, talks about his 50 years of experience in healthcare and his vision of how the sector can address the racial inequities that continue to exist within it.
How to address the looming healthcare employment crisis
Healthcare organizations can best prepare for an anticipated labor shortage and other workforce challenges by adopting a holistic and proactive approach to human capital management as a discipline, with the goal of promoting greater employee engagement and satisfaction.
Relief meets reality: The healthcare workforce is still reeling from COVID-19’s impact
HFMA President and CEO Joe Fifer reflects on another challenging year for healthcare.
HFMA’s Annual Conference 2021 kicks off Nov. 8, with options for healthcare finance professionals to attend in Minneapolis or virtually
HFMA’s Annual Conference 2021, which begins Nov. 8, will provide education and networking opportunities for both in-person and virtual attendees.
Chapter ‘imagined amazing’ and produced a podcast
HFMA’s Oregon Chapter produces a regular podcast to keep healthcare finance professionals connected to the Chapter and informed of current healthcare industry issues.
Currance: Transforming revenue cycle outcomes using AI technology
One company’s AI technology solution helps revenue cycle teams with tools to deliver 2% to 6% additional earned revenue to healthcare systems’ bottom line.
South Carolina Chapter tackles critical issue: diversity and inclusion
Danielle Gori, president of HFMA’s South Carolina Chapter, talks about how the diversity and inclusion initiative came about and the chapter’s plans for it.
The Great Resignation: Reality or myth?
The predicted “Great Resignation” is upon us, but there are things leaders can do to both stem the losses and seize the opportunity to become an employer of choice.