LHC took a slight detour from their annual D.C. Delegation and headed to Boston instead to study a healthcare ecosystem that differs from Nashville's own.
Council Fellows is preparing to seat its eighth class of healthcare leaders ready to tackle some of the industry's most pressing issues. Applications are being accepted Sept. 9-Oct. 22 for the 2020 class.
Nashville HIT leaders address challenges, accomplishments of the region's thriving healthcare IT market.
Healthcare investment experts gathered for the Nashville Health Care Council's annual Financing the Deal panel focused on private equity trends and strategies.
The Nashville Health Care Council hosted a lively discussion on healthcare policy with leaders of two of the most influential healthcare advocacy groups in D.C.
Every company should have a succession plan. LHC plays a key role in planning for the next generation of leaders for an entire industry.
Sen. Lamar Alexander asks stakeholders and future leaders to weigh in on ways to improve health outcomes, lower costs.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is looking to invest in innovative healthcare startups, according to an official who attended the Startup Day Nashville in June.
The Nashville Health Care Council recently celebrated the latest 31 healthcare executives to earn the designation of Council Fellow.
The Nashville Health Care Council's popular annual program brought together top financial advisors to discuss healthcare deal activity.
A recent Nashville Health Care Council program featured Athenahealth's CEO discussing the need for entrepreneurship in a rapidly changing marketplace.
Baker Donelson healthcare attorney Michaela Poizner, who recently returned from the LHC Delegation to D.C., shares insights on issues of interest during the 2018 event.
On March 11, Leadership Health Care embarks on the organization's annual delegation to D.C. where up-and-coming area healthcare leaders meet with policymakers and thought leaders in the nation's capital.
Top Wall Street analysts shared their industry predictions for 2018 at the Nashville Health Care Council signature event.
On Nov. 13, the Nashville Health Care Council hosted a panel discussion on collaborations between the pharmaceutical and healthcare provider sectors and how those collaborations can drive change in healthcare.
Six healthcare luminaries were recently inducted into the Tennessee Health Care Hall of Fame.
On Aug. 17, nearly 250 healthcare industry professionals gathered at the Westin Nashville to attend the "Developing Healthcare Ventures: Investor and Entrepreneur Collaboration" panel, an annual event put on by the Nashville Health Care Council and Nashville Capital Network (NCN.)
The Nashville Health Care Council has opened the application process for selecting the 2018 Fellows class.
A recent Health Care Council program welcomed Teladoc President & CEO Jason Gorevic to Nashville to talk about the potential of telemedicine and how it fits into an integrated care system.
The 2017 Tennessee Health Care Hall of Fame Class has been announced and will be inducted this fall at a gala luncheon event at Belmont.
The Nashville Health Care Council's annual program drew a full house as experts shared perspectives on the state of the healthcare industry.
Hall of Fame's third class represents Tennessee's greatest health and health care pioneers
With ACA repeal and replace in full swing, Leadership Health Care continues the streak of planning the annual trek to Washington, D.C. at pivotal moments impacting the healthcare industry.
AHIP's Marilyn Tavenner and AHA's Rick Pollack recently addressed federal reform efforts as the president and legislators grapple with repealing, replacing or repairing the country's healthcare system.
The day before Donald J. Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, the Nashville Health Care Council welcomed 650 members to hear top investment analysts discuss 2017 predictions for the healthcare industry at the annual "Wall Street's View on Prospects for the Health Care Industry" program.
The 2017 Council Fellows Class has been named.
What will the November election mean for healthcare? Top policy experts recently weighed in at a special Nashville Health Care Council event.
Health policy expert and Former U.S. Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle shares his perspective on innovation within the healthcare industry.
The Nashville Health Care Council has launched recruitment for the 2017 Fellows class, an annual initiative open to top health care executives from around the country looking to explore new business strategies to address the challenges facing the American health care system. Applications will be accepted through Oct. 21, 2016.
A new report released last month by Nashville Capital Network (NCN) and the Nashville Health Care Council highlighted robust venture capital activity with more than $1.6 billion invested in local companies over the past decade.
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