At hospitals, veterans make for some of the best hires: 2 leaders explain why


By Mackenzie Bean

While a new generation of leaders prepares to take over the same positions as their predecessors, they will oversee a completely different type of healthcare organization. Health systems need flexible, dynamic leaders to successfully navigate a healthcare environment filled with constantly changing ideas, policies and technologies.

Debra Plousha Moore, system chief of staff and executive vice president at Charlotte, N.C.-based Carolinas HealthCare System, believes former service men and women are ideal candidates to lead a health system through ongoing change.

Ms. Plousha Moore and Russell Williamson, vice president and general manager of enterprise corporate accounts for Dublin, Ohio-based Cardinal Health, recently discussed the immense value veterans can bring to a healthcare organization as leaders and employees.

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