HealthLeaders Media November 30, 2022
Christopher Cheney

Westchester Medical Center Health Network’s CMO says staff members ”understand the forces behind decisions if they are a part of the process.”

KEY TAKEAWAYS

– To persuade colleagues to share resources, be transparent about the decision-making process.

– A pivotal factor in physician burnout is the quality and unanimity of purpose of the nursing staff.

– Mentorship opportunities and engagement in clinical research are major factors in clinician recruitment and retention at WMCHealth.

Renee Garrick, MD, executive vice president and chief medical officer of Westchester Medical Center Health Network (WMCHealth), says managing the health system’s quaternary care hospital and balancing resources are her top challenges.

Garrick is the clinical leader for the Valhalla, New York–based health system, which features 1,700...

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