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Hospitals struggle with the changing of the guard



Hospitals struggle with the changing of the guard



Modern Healthcare 22(22): 20-2, 24, 26



Not many chief executive officers want to think about the need to plan for the time when they're gone; even fewer do it. Even so, succession planning traditionally has been one of the CEO's main responsibilities to ensure the organization's long-term viability. However, some experts predict that only 10% of healthcare organizations have written down their succession plans.

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