Kaiser Permanente: George Halvorson, Chairman & CEO
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The roots of Kaiser Permanente date back to the depression era when a pre-payment system for hospital services was developed for workers on the aqueduct project in the Mojave Desert,…

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Sandoz, Inc.: Don DeGolyer, President
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Sandoz, Inc., is a global generic-pharmaceutical company and the number-two player in the global -generic industry. For the past several years, it has also been one of the fastest-growing companies…

Sandoz, Inc.:  Don DeGolyer, President
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia: Steven M. Altschuler, CEO
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The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) was founded in 1855 and holds the distinction of being the nation’s first pediatric hospital. Over 150 years later, it is still breaking ground…

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The George Washington University Hospital: Kimberly Russo, Chief Operating Officer
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With a national reputation for quality and service and a range of patients that includes heads of state, The George Washington University Hospital in Washington, D.C., holds itself to extremely…

The George Washington University Hospital: Ki…
Baptist Health Care: Al Stubblefield, President & CEO
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Finding Baptist Health Care in Northwest Florida is an easy task given the system's role in Pensacola and the surrounding communities. Baptist Health Care's commitment to the community that supports…

Baptist Health Care: Al Stubblefield, Preside…
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Tuba City Regional Explores Ways to Expand Access within Navajo Nation

July 2, 2015
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Lynette Bonar, Chief Executive Officer, Tuba City Regional Health Care With unique challenges to funding and its patient population, Tuba City Regional Health Care is committed to serving the residents of the Navajo and Hopi reservations in and around Tuba City, Ariz. Tuba City Regional Health Care is a 638 self-determination organization, which means it […]

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Cornerstone Achieves Success with Ventilator Rates

July 1, 2015
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Cynthia Isaacs, chief executive officer of Cornerstone Healthcare Group in Huntington, W.Va., relates the success her organization has had in reducing ventilator rates.  

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St. Joseph’s Hospital Invests in Community to Improve Care

June 30, 2015
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Kathryn H. Ruscitto, President, St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center Understanding the community an organization serves is one of the keys to successfully transitioning to population health. Many hospitals are discovering they need to engage their patient population in ways previously not considered, with transportation challenges, poverty, and literacy comprising some of the intricate issues that […]

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RCRMC Trains Staff and Clinicians on Providing Quality Care

June 29, 2015
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Dr. Geoff Leung, chief of family medicine at Riverside County Regional Medical Center in Moreno Valley, Calif., explains the benefits of the Building Clinic Capacity for Quality (BCCQ) training program.  

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Sensiotec Reconfigures Data Collection with Cross-Platform Sensor Solution

June 25, 2015
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Robert Arkin, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Sensiotec Atlanta, Ga., has evolved into a hub of innovation for medical-device start-ups, thanks in part to the Georgia Institute of Technology’s Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC) and its flagship program, ATDC Select, which serves as one of the top incubators for high-potential startups in the United States. […]

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OakBend Rethinks Approach to Patient Engagement

June 24, 2015
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Joe Freudenberger, chief executive officer of OakBend Medical Center in Richmond, Texas, discusses the initiative that approached patient engagement in a way that empowered the patients and excited the clinicians.  

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Queens Boulevard Partners with North Shore-LIJ to Improve Care Continuum for Patients

June 23, 2015
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Dr. Jonathan Mawere, Administrator and Chief Operating Officer, Queens Boulevard Extended Care Facility Dr. Jonathan Mawere has been with Queens Boulevard Extended Care Facility (QBECF) in Woodside, N.Y., in various capacities since 1999. Founded in 1995, QBECF is a 280-bed, state-of-the-art nursing facility that specializes in sub-acute rehabilitation. Its services include 24-hour skilled nursing care; […]

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Mosaic Exemplifies the Life Care Model

June 22, 2015
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Dr. Mark Laney, president and chief executive officer of Mosaic Life Care in St. Joseph, Mo., reviews the implementation of the Life Care Model and the impact it has had on the organization’s culture and outcomes.  

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Liaison Brings Integrated Security to Healthcare IT Platforms

June 18, 2015
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Bob Renner, Chief Executive Officer, Liaison Technologies In a world of healthcare start-ups, Liaison Technologies stands out from the crowd, especially in 2014 when the company was lauded with numerous honors and recognitions. In November 2014, for example, the company was included on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500, placing it among the fastest-growing North America technology […]

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MSHA Reduces NICU Intravenous Line Infections Significantly

June 17, 2015
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Lisa Carter, vice president and chief nursing officer at Mountain States Health Alliance (MSHA) in Johnson City, Tenn., reviews the initiative that led to a significant reduction in NICU intravenous line infections.  

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