New C-Suite Title Innovations

Who’s Reaching the C-suite in 2020?

A new analysis by LinkedIn’s Economic Graph team shows the fastest-growing “chief” titles of this year.

Chief diversity officer tops the list: Hiring for the title has grown about 84% as a proportion of total C-suite hires this year, relative to 2019’s share. While that’s the fastest expansion of any C-suite job this year, the title itself is still relatively uncommon in corporate America, accounting for less than half of 1% of all C-suite hires.

Chief growth officers — which often combine oversight of marketing, strategy and other functions — have also been in high demand. The title has been popular for a long time among consumer products companies, but it’s now popping up more often at tech companies.

Others on the list include chief underwriting officer (+43%) and chief revenue officer (+29%), as well as roles focused on people and talent. Regardless of the specialty, there’s widespread agreement that when a specific domain becomes important enough to win a spot in the C-suite, that’s a powerful signal about a company’s overall priorities.

Tele-Medicine Valuation and Reimbursement

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By Health Capital Consultants, LLC
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The second installment in this five-part Health Capital Topics series on the valuation of telemedicine will focus on the reimbursement environment for telemedicine.
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Telemedicine is reimbursed based on the services provided through this medium and includes many restrictions on where, how, and by whom services can be conducted. The first installment in this series introduced telemedicine and its increasing importance to, and popularity among, providers and patients. It also discussed the current and future challenges related to telemedicine, many of which hinge upon reimbursement restrictions and regulations. (Read more…)
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