You may not have heard but hospitals are worried about an impending employment crisis. Is it about the nursing shortage? No. How about retaining great doctors? Nope. Instead:
More than half of hospital and health system executives polled would not have a chief executive lined up if their CEO suddenly left, according to a new survey.
Fifty-four percent of 164 executives surveyed said they don’t have a ready successor and 43% operate without an effective internal succession plan,
What do you think they should do? I mean it won’t be easy finding people to pay millions a year in salary.Tweet