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Ana Pujols McKee’s passion for quality and safety existed long before she joined The Joint Commission as executive vice president and chief medical officer.
Quality, safety fuel Pujols McKee's drive at The Joint Commission
At a recent New York Times conference on healthcare, Kaiser Permanente Chairman and CEO Bernard J. Tyson drew applause when he said that healthcare costs can’t continue to be shifted onto the backs of American workers, who have seen few wage increases in the last 20 years.
Bernard Tyson: Workers will share in healthcare costs, but cost shifting is not sustainable
Lloyd Dean, president and CEO of Dignity Health, has an enviable track record in the volatile world of healthcare, where he made his reputation as a turnaround expert for his work taking the organization (then known as Catholic Healthcare West) from perpetual losses to profitability in the early 2000s.
Dignity Health’s Lloyd Dean leads from experience and welcomes ‘healthcare for all’
Georges Benjamin had a wonderful experience as a military physician, eventually rising to become chief of emergency medicine for Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C.
Georges Benjamin advocates for a better health system
Marna Borgstrom was shopping for vegetables at a farmers’ market recently when an acquaintance approached her to say, “I just can’t thank you enough for the Smilow Cancer Hospital.”
Marna Borgstrom: In healthcare and life, relationships matter
The University HealthSystem Consortium has a lot of ground to cover as a leading representative of academic medical centers, but it’s chosen to delve deep into matters of quality and safety under the direction of President and CEO Irene Thompson, who has been chosen as one of the Top 25 Women in Healthcare by Modern Healthcare.
Quality, safety at crux of healthcare delivery for UHC's Irene Thompson
The healthcare industry is undergoing major changes, but Helen Darling says the providers and payers who comprise much of the industry aren’t doing enough to control costs and improve quality.
Helen Darling: A strong voice for employers in the healthcare debate