Kimberlydawn Wisdom & Mary Jane Kornacki
What disturbs you gives you purpose.
Kevin Rooney & Mary Jane Kornacki
Think big, but start small: change starts with one patient, one nurse or doctor, and one shift.
Providence St. Joseph uses the “give a darn” method to deliver value — what makes a difference to patients makes it on the short list.
Tejal K. Gandhi
Leaders must remain committed for the long term, because creating the vision is insufficient; the work to communicate and sustain that vision never really ends.
Alex Azar, former head of Eli Lilly and Company, has been tasked by President Trump to reduce the price of prescription drugs, limit health care regulation, and tackle the opioid epidemic.
Izabela Nowosielski & Mary Jane Kornacki
Being a good leader is about knowing who you are as a person.
Peter J. Pronovost, C. Michael Armstrong, Renee Demski, Ronald R. Peterson & Paul B. Rothman
To take on the underdeveloped state of accountability in health care, directors need to create a board-level quality committee that functions with the same rigor of governance applied by finance committees.
Atrius Health initiated a practice-wide transformation to integrate empathy into their daily work.
Instead of retiring, a physician in his 70s pursued a fellowship in telehealth and found a piece of the future.
Any rational actor in today’s medical industrial complex wonders, at times, whether the labor is sensible and the effort sustainable.