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April 1, 2019

Weekly review: 10 must-read books this spring, according to Advisory Board experts

Daily Briefing

    Don't call THR a 'hospital system': Inside CEO Barclay Berdan's vision for health care's future (Monday, March 25)
    In this edition of "Lessons from the C-suite," Barclay Berdan, CEO of Texas Health Resources talks to Advisory Board's Eric Larsen about the "unprecedented challenge" he faced just a few months into the job, why he won't call THR a "hospital system," and how he helped establish the world's largest Blue Zones community—in Fort Worth.

    The 10 healthiest communities in America, according to US News (Tuesday, March 26)
    U.S. News & World Report on Tuesday released its Healthiest Communities Rankings, which list counties and county equivalents that score highly on 10 health-related criteria. See what they say makes a community healthy—and if your area made it into the top 10.

    Map: The highest-paid doctors (and the lowest) (Wednesday, March 27)
    Doximity's latest physician compensation report reveals where physicians are paid the most and which specialties are the most lucrative—but as Advisory Board's Sarah Evans and Hamza Hasan note, physician pay isn't the "end-all-be-all when it comes to physician engagement and retention."

    10 must-read books this spring, according to Advisory Board experts (Thursday, March 28)
    Spring has sprung. With its arrival, Advisory Board's experts offer 10 recommendations on what you should read now to master leadership, understand loss, and explore contemporary issues within and beyond health care.

    5 keys to leaving your stress at the office (Friday, March 29)
    Stress is a normal part of most jobs, and it's not uncommon for work-related pressures to seep into one's home life, Sabina Nawaz, a global CEO coach, writes in Harvard Business Review. Here are five ways to prevent stress from work from interfering with life at home, and two key tips to avoid work stress in the first place, according to Advisory Board's Kate Vonderhaar.

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