As health systems increasingly find themselves held back by traditional, siloed leadership structures, many are now shedding these legacy structures for more integrated, nimble executive teams.
These restructurings often include a new physician executive role—the Chief Clinical Officer (CCO)—to elevate physician leadership and bridge operational and clinical silos across the organization.
Read our whitepaper to explore five hallmarks of the emerging CCO role and four in-depth profiles of organizations that have restructured their executive leadership to include a CCO.
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