While there are many passionate, mission-driven people in the industry, they all know no one can pay the rent with kindness. To sustain the platform that allows them to deliver their mission to the community, they must take a hard look at their business prospects, balance sheets and operational efficiencies.
Great leaders can successfully prioritize the mission and the business. Great leaders share their best practices and aim to improve the collective health and heart of behavioral healthcare as a specialty. Their strategies keep operating costs low and return on clinical investment high. They are active advocates and make high-level decisions that support patient care in a big way. Do you know an executive who works hard day after day to do all these things?
You are invited to nominate a 2015 Behavioral Healthcare Champion. Each year, Behavioral Healthcare recognizes CEOs and executive directors who exhibit superior leadership and innovation. A panel will review the nominations, looking for unique ideas, successful strategies and proven results. Chosen Champions will be profiled in the Summer issue of Behavioral Healthcare and awards will also be presented at the 2015 Behavioral Healthcare Executive Summit at NCAD in St. Louis in August.
Now is your chance to share the success.