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Staying put. With CEO turnover at its lowest in years, healthcare industry insiders cite economy, board support as reasons behind the numbers.
Mod Healthc. 2003 Apr 28; 33(17):6-7, 1.MH

Abstract

Observers say the sluggish economy, combined with increased patience from hospital boards, helped push the turnover rate for hospital CEOs to an eight-year low of 14% in 2002. Thomas Dolan, left, president of the American College of Healthcare Executives, says the fallout from Sept. 11, 2001, and tough economic times may have made top executives wary of risking a job change.

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eng

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12747120

Citation

Reilly, Patrick. "Staying Put. With CEO Turnover at Its Lowest in Years, Healthcare Industry Insiders Cite Economy, Board Support as Reasons Behind the Numbers." Modern Healthcare, vol. 33, no. 17, 2003, pp. 6-7, 1.
Reilly P. Staying put. With CEO turnover at its lowest in years, healthcare industry insiders cite economy, board support as reasons behind the numbers. Mod Healthc. 2003;33(17):6-7, 1.
Reilly, P. (2003). Staying put. With CEO turnover at its lowest in years, healthcare industry insiders cite economy, board support as reasons behind the numbers. Modern Healthcare, 33(17), 6-7, 1.
Reilly P. Staying Put. With CEO Turnover at Its Lowest in Years, Healthcare Industry Insiders Cite Economy, Board Support as Reasons Behind the Numbers. Mod Healthc. 2003 Apr 28;33(17):6-7, 1. PubMed PMID: 12747120.
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