Perspectives on the Acute Care Continuum

The Acute Care Continuum is the integration of urgent, emergent, inpatient and post-discharge care of patients with acute medical conditions.

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leadership tips for women healthcare executivesWomen now represent about 20 percent of all healthcare leaders. But as they rise through the ranks toward the CEO level, this number shrinks to only 4 percent. In today's post, two women healthcare executives offer guidance on climbing the leadership ladder, from starting out, to finding mentors, to asking for what you want, and much more. Read More...
3/3/2017 12:36:22 PM | 3 comments

CEP America develops tomorrow’s healthcare leaders through one-year Administrative Fellowships in emergency and hospital medicine. The program provides new attending physicians with hands-on leadership training, mentorship, and support starting immediately after residency. Read More...
3/1/2017 11:33:03 AM | 1 comments

Women make up most of the healthcare workforce. But when it comes to leading hospitals and practices, they’re vastly underrepresented. In today's SlideShare, two experienced Medical Directors share their advice for leading boldly while maintaining joy and balance. Read More...
2/1/2017 2:48:39 PM | 7 comments

Millennial preference for work-life balance and flexibility is shaking up workplaces across the country. 
 
So let's apply the idea of generational differences to the healthcare setting. In this post, we'll discuss how millennial providers differ from their older counterparts and what this means for hospitals and physician groups.  Read More...
12/5/2016 11:18:51 AM | 3 comments

Your first job is an important stepping stone on your career path. In today’s post, Steven Zahn, MD, CEP America Regional Director and Advocate Sherman Hospital Emergency Department Medical Director, discusses the transition to your first job and shares information about CEP America’s annual Senior Residents’ Day. Read More...
11/30/2016 11:33:12 AM | 0 comments
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