This is a blog by a former CEO of a large Boston hospital to share thoughts about negotiation theory and practice, leadership training and mentoring, and teaching.
Sounds like he needs a job, Paul!
Who, the singer or Halamka? John already has three or four . . . .
Brilliant! Simply brilliant!
Around 3 minutes in, I was wondering how Halamka and Blumenthal would possibly be harmonized together. Around 3:10 I was answered in Barbershop fashion.Eagerly a-waiting the punk-rock or hip-hop cover of this...
Paul: there was an interesting article in yesterday's globe which described a research study encompassing 35 hospitals that isolated a small group of chronically ill patients. These patients were actively supported after their discharge in an attempt to lower the instances of re-admissions. Was Beth Israel one of these 35 hospitals?
Nope, not that study.
I am one of thise people who just experienced the unworkability of the medical system, and the disharmony between various physicians, facilities, services, and records when I encountered a problem with one of my kidneys.I was working to bring about electronic medical records between 1991 and 95 and recenty having begun to consult with management medical industry clients, I find myself amazed that now 18 years later they are still an anomaly.I enjoyed the video. Would that the harmony so well done in the video translate to efficient medical systems and harmonious patient-centric accountabilities.
Wow. THAT was clever. In the spirit of music-based science (alas, particle physics, not medicine), I offer this hadron rap: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j50ZssEojtM
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