For the first time in decades, women have been leaders in the healthcare industry. This is a massive shift. Women are now the majority of healthcare leaders in the US.
This is great. Women finally have the power to determine where and how they take care of themselves and their families. But it’s not without a heavy price. If we want to ensure the healthcare industry continues to evolve to its fullest potential, we need to ensure we don’t keep women from making the decisions about our own healthcare that we want them to make.
The fact is women can and do have the power to make the decisions about their own healthcare that they want to make. However, women are extremely underrepresented in leadership positions in healthcare. This is due to a number of reasons and it includes the fact that many of the roles that women have been historically given are considered “man’s work”. In other words, the roles we have traditionally been given are not the ones that will keep women in the healthcare industry.
In other words, the roles we have traditionally been given are not the ones that will keep women in the healthcare industry. The same goes for the roles that will keep women in the entertainment industry.
Healthcare and entertainment are both industries that have traditionally been dominated by men. What is so interesting about these roles is that they are both considered to be “man’s work”. These roles should be taken into account when we discuss the possibility that women are the next big thing in the industry.