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High Cost of Leadership Turnover

B.E. Smith Team | June 15, 2017

Over the past few years the healthcare industry has increased its focus on turnover. For good reason, turnover impacts an entire organization including clinical, financial, and operational outcomes. However, despite the increased attention, turnover rates in healthcare have continued to rise. This B.E. Smith Industry Report examines the cost implications as well as strategies to avoid or mitigate the risk associated with turnover.

High Cost of Leadership Turnover provides research and insights in these critical focus areas:

  • Elevated Turnover in Healthcare Leadership the New Norm
  • Direct Cost of Healthcare Executive Turnover
  • Indirect Cost of Healthcare Executive Turnover
  • Strategies to Combat Healthcare Turnover in Leadership

It is essential for healthcare organizations to take steps to reducing the risks of leadership turnover. The strategies outlined in this industry report provide a roadmap to overcome turnover. To access the free report click "Read more" below or click on the "Download" button to the right.

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