While women make up 80% of the health care workforce, 'only a small fraction of female physicians become medical leaders,' Lisa Rotenstein writes in Harvard Business Review. Advisory Board's Veena Lanka provides four ways that health care leaders can address this problem within their existing initiatives and 'without having to launch yet another standalone campaign.'
"[I]s it time for doctors to pull out their prescription pads and … start prescribing democracy?" That's the controversial idea put forth by physician Danielle Ofri in a recent New York Times opinion piece—but her proposal has drawn pushback from commentators on both sides of the aisle.
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