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Essay On Truth Feb-April 2011

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From the Editor

From the Editor – Issue 74

Resume Writer Service Al Erisman outlines Issue 74 contributors to the continuing dialogue on health care and offers a look at future Conversations covering the telecommunications and movie industries..

Technology Watch

Technology and Market Incentives

Phd Thesis In Telecommunications Why is it so difficult to bring new technology to health care? One of the reasons is economic. To argue this case, Al Erisman looks at two other industries where technology brings great advantage, and look at the underlying economic model governing this deployment.

Conversation

Dr. Jonathan Perlin: From Sick Care to Health Care

Professional Writing Handbook Jonathan Perlin, chief medical officer for the HCA health care system in Nashville, shares his passion for improving health care through better outcomes and lower costs — to move beyond sick care to a true health care system. More than ideas, they are things he did while CEO of the Veterans Health Administration.

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Conversation

Luke McGuinness: Patient Safety, Cost Containment

http://www.homeconnect.asia/?dissertation-internet-based-instruction Dissertation Internet Based Instruction Luke McGuiness took over the leadership role for the Central Dupage County Hospital system as hospital administrator when it was intellectually and financially struggling. Today, it is one of America’s Top 100 Hospitals. McGuiness offers his insight on the process — with ideas applying well beyond the health care field.

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NewsNotables

NewsNotables – Issue 74

High School Research Papers For Sale Investors Want Right to Know
Wall Street Journal, January 24, 2011
In Health Law, Rx for Trouble
The Wall Street Journal, March 9, 2011

Essay

No Guarantees: The “Fall” of Johnson & Johnson?

David Gill addresses the myth that companies, “once ethical, will always be ethical”, or “once reliable, will always be reliable.”

InReview – Issue 74

Enchantment: The Art of Changing Hearts, Minds, and Actions
by Guy Kawasaki
Abd All But Dissertation Safe Patients, Smart Hospitals: How One Doctor’s Checklist Can Help Us Change Health Care from the Inside Out
by Peter Pronovost and Eric Vohr
“The Cost Conundrum: What a Texas town can teach us about health care”
by Atul Gawande

Firing a Client?

Should a client be fired? Kenman Wong responds to the dilemma of working with a client who pays for advice, but doesn’t take it — to the detriment of the business.

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