In our educational series, Profiles in Healthcare Leadership, we share some unique approaches for running successful hospitals.

The successes of our first Profile feature—Jim Anderson, retired CEO of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center—have truly been remarkable. Spending 20 minutes reading about how he improved the quality of care and increased revenue from $435 million to $1.6 billion could help your organization to boost financial stability and patient satisfaction.

About Jim Anderson

James M. Anderson retired in 2009 as president and CEO of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, a position he had held since 1996. He was instrumental in shaping the extraordinary growth at the medical center.  Since his retirement, the James M. Anderson Center for Health Systems Excellence has been named in his honor.

About Profiles in Healthcare Leadership

Compass Clinical Consulting’s Profiles in Healthcare Leadership are the result of interviews with transformational leaders in today’s healthcare industry— men and women who have demonstrated courage, ingenuity and the hard work needed to create dramatic, measurable and sustainable improvements in their hospitals. They challenge assumptions, see things differently and enable remarkable breakthroughs. These leaders freely convey insights that we all can use to improve the way we deliver healthcare, and in the process, give us new ideas on how to make better American hospitals.