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Six CEO Qualities to Consider When Recruiting For A Rural/Community Hospital

7 August, 2015 Posted by John G. Self
John filed this post from his weekend house where his daughters and grandkids are visiting — from California and Connecticut.  This is the first time all the cousins have been together.   TYLER, Texas — Cash flow covers a multitude of sins.  There are ample examples — personal anecdotal testimony and formal case studies — […] Read more»

Recruiting a Rural/Community Hospital CEO

5 August, 2015 Posted by John G. Self
Identifying and recruiting a top CEO for a rural/community hospital is one of the toughest jobs a governing board will undertake.  It is also a decision that can easily be categorized as “make or break” for the future success of these facilities. The complexity of the task and a typical board’s lack of experience in […] Read more»

Interim Candidate Selection:  A Better Way

24 July, 2015 Posted by John G. Self
TYLER, Texas — When selecting an interim executive, there is always the risk of making a bad choice. Too often the decision is based on the resume and the advice, slanted or not, from the interim company executive touting the candidate list.  Frequently these decisions are made at a time of crisis and with a […] Read more»