• Meet the physicians leading national agencies

    Here are nine physicians in leadership positions at HHS, the National Institutes of Health and the CDC:
  • 6 leadership updates to know

    Here are six updates for physicians to know that Becker's has reported on since Oct. 27:
  • 4 major threats to physicians

    Shalini Modi, MD, service chief of cardiology at Henry Ford West Bloomfield (Mich.), joined Becker's to discuss four major threats physicians are currently facing. 
  • New NIH director takes reins

    Monica Bertagnolli, MD, has begun her tenure as 17th director of the National Institutes of Health.
  • The new ACS president on restoring optimism in medicine

    Henri Ford, MD, dean and chief academic officer of the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and an internationally recognized pediatric surgeon, was recently named the 104th president of the American College of Surgeons.
  • Swedish Medical Center names orthopedic surgery chief

    Wayne Weil, MD, has been appointed chief of orthopedic surgery at Swedish Medical Center in Englewood, Colo., according to an Oct. 27 post on LinkedIn. 
  • 5 leadership moves in October

    Here are five leadership updates to know that Becker's has reported on in October:
  • Dr. Henri Ford named ACS president

    Henri Ford, MD, has been named the 104th president of the American College of Surgeons.
  • Kaiser Permanente names national technology and information chief

    Brian Hoberman, MD, has been added to the Permanente Federation as executive president, chief information officer and national information technology leader. 
  • ModMed awards 4 healthcare leaders with inaugural HERO award

    Healthcare technology company ModMed has announced the four recipients of its inaugural Healthcare Excellence in Refining Operations, or HERO, award. 
  • Burnt-out nurses pivot to 'virtual nursing'

    As nurse burnout rates have hit an all-time high and the popularity of telehealth has continued to grow since the COVID-19 pandemic, some nurses are pivoting to virtual nursing to remain in the profession while managing exhaustion, according to an Oct. 5 report from Medscape. 
  • What every new physician should know

    Fourteen physician leaders and recruiters recently connected with Becker's to share what new physicians should know.
  • 7 new chief medical officers in September

    Here are seven chief medical officer appointments reported by Becker's in September:
  • The changes physicians need now 

    If physician burnout is not addressed, more physicians will continue to leave practice before retirement age, exacerbating the impending physician shortage, the American Medical Association said in a Sept. 27 blog post. 
  • 20 CEO shake-ups in 2 weeks

    Here are 20 leaders who have taken on or stepped down from CEO roles reported by Becker's since Sept. 7:
  • The 3 major companies filing for bankruptcy in 30 days 

    Here are three major companies that have filed for bankruptcy or announced intentions to file for bankruptcy since Aug. 28;
  • Cone Health names chief academic officer

    Brian Boies, MD, has been named chief academic officer of Greensboro, N.C.-based Cone Health.
  • Nemours Children's Health appoints enterprise physician-in-chief

    Matthew Davis, MD, has been appointed executive vice president, enterprise physician-in-chief and chief scientific officer of Wilmington, Del.-based Nemours Children's Health.
  • University of Maryland School of Medicine names dermatology leader

    Shawn Kwatra, MD, has been appointed the next chair of the University of Maryland School of Medicine department of dermatology and chief of service of dermatology at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore.
  • Indiana State Medical Association names new president

    David Diaz, MD, has been named the next president of the Indiana State Medical Association, The Hamilton County Reporter reported Sept. 15.

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