Leadership

How to Get Generations to Work Together in the 12 Places They Come Apart

Shanna Hanson, Human Arc's manager of business knowledge, reviews Sticking Points: How to Get 4 Generations Working Together in the 12 Places They Come Apart. Author Haydn Shaw introduces 12 common generational sticking points and addresses how to work through them.

Shanna Hanson May 23, 2017

How to Use Communication to Engage Millennials and Inspire Top Performance

Today's young professionals are often tech savvy and bring creative thinking to propel your company, says CEO Sheri Stoltenberg. Here are ways to leverage their strengths while contributing to their professional growth.

Sheri Stoltenberg May 23, 2017

Harnessing the Power of 5 Generations in the Workforce

We are experiencing a unique time in the workplace when five generations are working side by side, writes Sharp Vice President and CFO Kari Cornicelli. This creates a dynamic environment that can be leveraged to improve teams' leadership capabilities and to increase the productivity of every team member.

Kari Cornicelli May 23, 2017

Lessons From ‘The Greatest Generation’

Revenue cycle consultant Mary Lee DeCoster reflects on her 95-year-old father's career journey and the lessons he taught her along the way as a member of "The Greatest Generation."

Mary Lee DeCoster May 23, 2017

The Truth Behind Generational Labels in the Workplace

Generational differences, as with any difference in the workplace, can be a source of innovation and strength, says HR consultant Leigh Limpic, but only if you treat these differences as something that can bring people together.

Leigh Limpic May 23, 2017

Case Study North Mississippi Health System

The effective use of advanced practice clinicians (APCs) to provide primary care in a clinically integrated network (CIN) is exemplified by North Mississippi Health Services (NMHS) system, a health system based in Tupelo, Miss., that serves 24 mostly rural counties in

HFMA May 23, 2017

Called to Authentic Stewardship

Carol A. Friesen, FHFMA, 2017-18 Chair of HFMA, speaks of the need for finance leaders to be committed stewards in their organizations, intent on making a positive contribution to the transformation of the nation’s healthcare system.

HFMA May 23, 2017

Fishing Lessons

Providers may object when value-based savings accrue to health plans. Although those objections have merit, other factors should be considered when formulating strategy.

Joseph J. Fifer, FHFMA, CPA May 23, 2017

How All Parties in Health Care Can Support Each Other

Health systems, health plans, physicians, and patients should all be willing to work together, rather than individually, to find ways to help bend the cost curve of the nation’s healthcare system.

Keith D. Moore, MCP May 23, 2017

Where Passion Meets Purpose: HFMA’s 2017-18 Chair Theme

Healthcare finance leaders are challenged to apply their knowledge and imaginations as stewards of their organizations to help transform health care to the benefit of patients and their families.

Carol A. Friesen, FHFMA, MPH May 23, 2017
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