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Thirty years ago, Bruce Siegel had what he calls “a rude awakening,” running headlong into the perplexing spider web of health disparities as a young MD. It’s been something that he’s spent his entire career trying to solve, albeit not with a stethoscope.
Bruce Siegel: Hospitals need to listen to their communities to tackle health disparities
Trent Haywood has multiple titles after his name – an MD as well as a JD. But to find respect and cohesion among his leadership-team peers as he moved into a role as a physician executive, he says his biggest lesson was to check his degrees at the door.
BCBSA's Trent Haywood: Clinical executives essential in move to value-based care
Georges Benjamin has led the American Public Health Association as executive director since 2002, but he has never been busier or more vocal.
Apathy and Political Agendas Threaten Progress in Public Health
"From allocating capital funds to improving community health status, the diverse makeup of the service area has to be factored into decisions, and trustees steeped in the unique factors of that diversity are essential..."
Diverse governance is a key to population health
The healthcare industry is in a time of historic change. Hospitals and health systems are merging and acquiring each other; health insurers are doing the same.
Karen Ignagni: The post-ACA landscape offers a blank slate for visionary leaders
Benjamin Chu, MD, MPH, MACP, oversees Kaiser Permanente Southern California and Hawaii as group president.
Profiles in Leadership: Top 25 Minority Executives Ben Chu helps Kaiser Permanente make quality count
As a young man growing up in Texas, Samuel Ross says he wanted to be “the black Marcus Welby,” a family physician who returned to his hometown and found great success, just like the ‘70s TV doctor portrayed by Robert Young.
Profiles in Leadership: Top 25 Minority Executives Sam Ross just wanted to be 'the black Marcus Welby,' but life had bigger plans