Boston Children’s Hospital: Example of Bad Leadership

Boston Children’s Hospital: Example of Bad Leadership

Jessica Hilliard’s daughter, Eithene, was diagnosed with mitochondrial disease. The Hilliards’ experience at Boston Children’s Hospital was mixed. While Jessica Hilliard said their physicians allowed them more time with their daughter before she died, the parents were met with pushback from a several departments and from the hospital’s child protection team. (Image source: Family/Facebook)

Sean and Jessica Hilliard sit with their son, Gabriel Hilliard, as Hilliard’s sister, Jill Shriver, holds a picture of Eithene. (Photo credit: Jessica Hilliard)

Sean and Jessica Hilliard sit with their son, Gabriel Hilliard, as Hilliard’s sister, Jill Shriver, holds a picture of Eithene. (Photo credit: Jessica Hilliard)

Boston Children’s Hospital: Do Boston Children’s Hospital staff Lack Of Conflict Resolution Skills?

The recent spate in parentectomies could be a lack of people skills or conflict resolution skill. Whatever the deficiency, this is bad…

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