Healthcare faces constant change: CMS rules are updated regularly, state and federal policies are revised or added often, and new technologies are implemented daily, promising to improve patient outcomes.
On top of that, consumers are demanding healthcare organizations work to meet their needs in ways that are most convenient for them — be that telehealth, transportation to medical appointments or increased access to health data.
This need to address a multitude of new services, alternative modes of care delivery and technology upgrades means new roles within the C-suite are seemingly cropping up overnight, forcing healthcare organizations to either restructure their existing leadership regimes or bring new staff onto their teams. This could entail changing up job descriptions, forging new positions or tacking responsibilities onto existing leaders’ plates. Read the full article by Julie Spitzer from Becker’s Hospital Review featuring Preston Smith, Tyler & Company CEO.