Leadership is the Single Highest Predictor
of Rural Hospital Success.
And rural healthcare leaders are
leaving their positions too often.
When a CEO leaves, other key staff members leave. Financial performance can erode. Community partnerships may change. Community relations can be adversely affected. Physican alignment concerns may arise. With these and other pressures, the hospital can be at further risk of closing down.
We’re going to find out why
and then offer solutions.
Do you think this can disrupt the overall health of rural communities?
Absolutely. And they deserve better.
So the question remains:
Why are rural hospital CEOs changing positions so often?
What solutions will make a difference?
We aim to find out.
Here’s where YOU come in. We need your opinion.
If you are a current or prior CEO, or serve as a Board Chair at a rural/critical access hospital, take the survey to help shape rural healthcare into a better future.