November 1992
Volume 73, Number 9

Changes in reimbursement and approaches to care favor cooperative arrangements among providers.

Sound policies allow facilities to account for the level of charity care they provide.

HCFA proposes more enforcement remedies and broader disclosure requirements for nursing facilities and indicates it intends to extend these rules to acute care hospitals.

Five strategies can help healthcare administrators remain motivated when facing change.

A study identifies leadership competencies and implications for professional development.

Retaining and applying current information is vital in developing leadership ability.

Consultant Wess Roberts describes how successful leaders envision and create the organizations of the future.

Ten practices, such as continuous quality improvement, can help healthcare executives meet the challenges of the decade ahead.