Frontiers of Health Services Management

The quarterly magazine of the American College of Healthcare Executives, featuring analysis of trends impacting the healthcare industry.


Vol. 36, No. 3, Spring

Leadership in Disruptive Times: The Key to Changing Healthcare
The summer of 1950 was a scorcher in Roanoke, Virginia. Power surges were regular occurrences; electrical outages were more than an annoyance-at the height of the polio epidemic, they were life threatening. When the lights flickered out, Memorial and...
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Defining a New Leadership Model to Stay Relevant in Healthcar
We in healthcare have a responsibility to continually improve quality, safety, and the healthcare experience for our patients and those who provide their care. This responsibility rests on the shoulders of not only hospital executives, directors, and...
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Vol. 34, No. 2, Winter

Value Strategies in Action: Two Case Studies
Some healthcare leaders may view uncertainties in the contemporary US healthcare environment as a reason to delay experimenting with value-based care and payment. At a time when many are wondering whether the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services...
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Vol. 29, No. 1, Fall

One Voice of Generation Y
INTRODUCTIONBoth of the feature articles by Terrence Cahill and Mona Sedrak and by Llewellyn Piper express the importance for an organization to know its entire workforce, especially its current youngest generation. The articles discuss generational...
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