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Chris Corwin looks ahead in her latest piece, drawing on InveniasPartners colleague Vic Buzachero's work at Scripps Health to examine the ways we recognize the broadening scope and impact of the CHRO in healthcare:
New corporate titles are springing up in the healthcare C-Suite. Flash back just five years ago and consider how many (or few) people held the title of Chief Population Health Officer, Chief Innovation Officer or Chief Digital Officer yet they are growing in popularity today. Chief Culture Architect, Workforce Engagement Champion or Succession Planning Advocate are not commonly used on a name badge either, yet they describe important responsibilities vested in the Chief Human Resources Officer.
In his new post, the Healthcare CHRO as Champion of Engagement, Curt Lucas, Managing Partner and Chairman, looks forward to ModernHealthcare's upcoming Workplace of the Future conference, where Vic Buzachero, Partner, will speak on a panel with colleagues in healthcare human capital leadership:
Today more than ever, CHROs must engage the entire healthcare workforce-from veteran clinicians and senior executives to therapists, security guards and dietary workers-to fulfill strategic business and clinical goals while driving a culture of innovation. As CHROs design and define what workforce engagement means in their organization, they must consider their own power and influence to mobilize and inspire their team to thrive amidst massive change in the healthcare industry.
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