According to the American Council on Education, women have earned half or more of all baccalaureate degrees for the past three decades and half of all doctoral degrees for almost a decade. However, despite the number of female graduates available for leadership positions, globally the proportion of senior business roles held by women stands at 24%, up slightly from 22% in 2015 (Forbes). Forum Solutions’ Marissa Iannarone shares her recommendations to inspire and accelerate female leaders.
Many health systems are experimenting with ways to lessen the burden on primary care, including changing scheduling practices to accommodate different types of visits, implementing call centers, and creating value-based (rather than volume based) compensation plans. Some are providing scribes, a third person in the room (or virtually) documenting the visit in the medical record in “real” time.