Kaiser Permanente CEO Bernard Tyson has been at the forefront of addressing some of the industry's biggest challenges. With the increased push to have providers take care of social ills, Tyson's latest move might come as a small surprise. But that doesn't make it any less risky.
Ascension's Anthony Tersigni has faced plenty of operational and financial challenges during his near 15-year tenure as CEO. But in 2014, the St. Louis-based system embarked upon an ambitious endeavor—complete rebranding of its 151 hospitals in six markets.
This new monthly column highlights Bold Moves made by the industry's top executives. Dr. Marc Harrison, CEO of Intermountain Healthcare, suggested to us that the industry's push to innovate might be easier if executives know they aren't leaping into the unknown alone.