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Healthcare Trends for 2019

B.E. Smith Team | January 22, 2019

B.E. Smith's Healthcare Trends for 2019 white paper provides a comprehensive analysis of the internal and external factors expected to influence the healthcare industry this year. Based on B.E. Smith's exclusive survey of healthcare executives, this year's intelligence report explores 11 trends which will impact healthcare leadership, including:

  • Talent Management
  • Senior Executive Vacancies
  • Leadership Development
  • Emerging Roles

Discover what healthcare executives say are their top concerns entering 2019. Learn which leadership competencies executives say will be the most important in the years ahead. Gain insights on new influencers effecting the healthcare landscape and why population health has become increasingly more important. Click "Read more" or "Download" to access the free white paper.

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