Klein Hersh Blog

An Inside Look at Executive Recruitment in Healthcare – A Q&A Session with Klein Hersh’s Michael Frank

In today’s dynamic, innovation-driven healthcare environment, the ability to recruit and retain top talent, and build winning leadership teams, has never been more critical. We sat down with Michael Frank, client partner and coleader of the healthcare practice at Klein Hersh, to talk about the evolution of patient care, the forces fueling expansive growth in this industry, and what’s next ...
November 7, 2022

Preserving Our Legacy – Why Klein Hersh is Now 100 Percent Employee-Owned

Since we founded Klein Hersh in 1998, my partners and I have dedicated ourselves to building a culture steeped in family values, a strong work ethic, a collaborative spirit, world-class service, and the development of long-term relationships with clients and team members alike. Our firm has grown slowly and methodically over the years to become a global leader in executive ...
September 29, 2022

The Turning Point in Recruitment for Clinical Operations – A Q&A Session with Klein Hersh’s Lonnie Brantz

The advent of COVID-19 has impacted our lives in countless ways, and the aftershocks continue to reverberate, particularly in the workplace. We sat down with Lonnie Brantz, Client Partner, Clinical Operations and Program Management at Klein Hersh, to discuss how the pandemic has indelibly changed executive recruitment in this space. Before we explore the impact of the pandemic in your ...
August 1, 2022

Success was in the Cards

What a year it has been. One of my earliest passions, for as long as I can remember, is playing cards in one form or another―from when I was growing up playing with friends, to the underground card rooms in New York City, to the casinos in Atlantic City, to winning the $25,000 H.O.R.S.E event at the 2021 World Series ...
January 19, 2022

Meeting the Increasing Demand for Top Talent in Health Tech Innovation in 2022 and Beyond

I think it’s fair to say that since the advent of COVID-19, people around the world from every walk of life are thinking about healthcare and drug development in a whole new light. Living through a global pandemic, we have all witnessed firsthand the critical need for continued scientific breakthroughs in diagnostic testing, preventative vaccines, and new therapies to combat ...
January 10, 2022

The New Workplace—Envisioning a Return to the Office Post-Pandemic

Across the US and around the world, companies large and small are grappling with what a return to the office looks like in the aftermath of a global pandemic. What will change? What will remain the same? What are the challenges that lie ahead? And what are the opportunities? Clearly, we’re far from out of the woods regarding the prevalence ...
September 14, 2021

The Domino Effect and Why it Fuels Us Every Day

I’ve always loved science. I chose biology as my college major and had every intention of continuing on to medical school. But once I fully understood the years of education required to become a doctor, I changed course, and chose to become an attorney. I attended Drexel Law School on a partial scholarship, conquered the LSAT, and joined a prestigious ...
June 30, 2021

The Real Meaning of DEI and Why Companies Need to Unleash Its Power

These days, everyone is talking about diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). Recent events have led to long overdue realizations about the injustices that persist in society, and our individual and collective responsibility to do better. This has always mattered to me deeply in both my professional and personal life. I’m proud to say that at Klein Hersh, the importance―and intrinsic ...
May 19, 2021

Innovation and Investment in Mental Health is Paying Dividends for Patients and Purveyors

For centuries, the stigma surrounding mental and behavioral health created an enormous barrier that prevented people from seeking treatment. Many were afraid to admit they were struggling, and painfully uncomfortable discussing their concerns with loved ones. But in March of 2020, everything changed. The coronavirus pandemic affected each of us in different ways, but one thing was certain. It became ...
April 13, 2021

Reflections on 2020 and an Optimistic Outlook for the Year Ahead

By Jesse Klein, Jason Hersh, and Josh Albert We’ve just reached the end of a year unlike any other. As we look back on challenges faced and what has been accomplished over the last 12 months, there are many things to take with us into 2021. We continued to be amazed by the pace of scientific discovery.  The value of ...
January 28, 2021