John H. Noseworthy, MD, president and chief executive officer of Mayo Clinic, leads one of the largest not-for-profit, academic health systems in the United States, with more than $9 billion in annual revenues and 64,000 employees. Each year, Mayo Clinic cares for more than a million people from all 50 states and nearly 150 countries. Dr. Noseworthy and his leadership team focus on ensuring that Mayo Clinic remains a trusted resource for patients with serious, complex conditions by extending knowledge to new populations and providing care more efficiently. Under his direction, Mayo Clinic also has championed initiatives that support a healthy physician workforce and strengthen the organization’s commitment to patients. Dr. Noseworthy is a professor in the Mayo Clinic Department of Neurology and author of more than 150 academic publications. He received the Research! America Builders

of Science Award in 2016 and currently serves as a Health Governor of the World Economic Forum.


Recent Posts by John Noseworthy

Physician Burnout Is A Public Health Crisis: A Message To Our Fellow Health Care CEOs

Burnout among physicians is becoming a national health crisis. Leadership is needed to address the root causes of this problem and reposition the health care workforce for the future. The authors of this paper---the CEOs of our respective institutions---are committing to do just that.