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Instead of crunching numbers and focusing on “what’s happened” from a financial standpoint, today’s healthcare CFO plays a greater part in defining and determining strategy across the enterprise, from operations and labor to payer contracting and risk management. Although CFO’s financial responsibilities remain central, the shift to value-based medicine necessitates the mastery of new skills. Here, CFOs from UW Health and HSHS plus Prism’s John Storino and Steve Lothrop discuss the critical skills today’s healthcare CFO must have to lead operational transformation and innovation.