2017 Leaders of Tomorrow: Complete coverage
Did you miss some of our week-long 2017 Leaders of Tomorrow coverage? We've collected all the winners and their profiles here for your convenience. The selection committee found each one of them to be inspirational proof that hard work, creative thinking and a passion for teamwork can solve problems, energize staff and improve the lives of residents. We hope you'll be inspired by the impact their leadership has made in their own workplaces and maybe find a few take-homes to apply at yours.
A hospice nurse at Louisiana Hospice and Palliative Care (LHC) of Hammond is leading her peers in the culture change of end-of-life care through patient empowerment and behavioral understanding.
Terminal illness and grief are multicultural experiences, and this Texas nurse has brought a deeper understanding to ethno-cultural considerations in hospice care.
Doing the right thing doesn't have to cost a lot. In fact, it can reduce costs and improve the quality of care, Leader of Tomorrow Peter Gray has found. In the process, he's transformed Benefis health System's Senior Care from a one- to five-star facility in under three years.
Kelly Papa took her idea for a dementia network and built it into a summit and an all-year dialogue that is changing the views of memory care across the state of Connecticut.
Jason Postl, CEO of North Mountain Medical & Rehabilitation Center, Phoenix, shows what specialty services can do for long-term care when administrators are willing to take on the responsibility for a different level of training and staffing.
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