ELECTION 2016 AND BEYOND
What will be the impact of the November elections? What should hospitals pay attention to and how can hospitals create their future? What strategies should hospitals consider?
C. Duane Dauner was appointed President and CEO of the California Hospital Association (CHA) in 1985. He has been active in national hospital and health care issues, serving on numerous American Hospital Association and American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) boards and committees.
BASE CAMP TO THE SUMMIT: GOING FOR IT!
Dr. Luanne Freer opened the world’s highest medical clinic in 2003, at Mount Everest Base Camp. Dr. Freer shares her fascinating story of what it is like to provide medical care in one of the world’s coldest and most austere environments.
For eight weeks twice a year, every year for decades, an international community springs up on the side of a mountain. It’s Everest Base Camp, and for the first time in history it now has its own doctor. The American College of Emergency Physicians has recognized Luanne Freer, MD, as a “Hero of Emergency Medicine.” This distinction recognizes emergency physicians who have made significant contributions to emergency medicine, their communities and their patients.
SCALING UP EXCELLENCE
Scaling-Up Excellence tackles a challenge that confronts every leader and organization ― spreading constructive beliefs and behavior from the few to the many, and making sure that people do the right thing even when nobody is looking at them or monitoring them.
Professor Rao has published widely in the fields of management and sociology and studies the social and cultural causes of organizational change. He studies collective action within organizations and in markets. His research and by implication, his teaching, revolves around scaling up mobilization, innovation, and talent in organizations.
POWERFUL PORTRAITS: AN INTIMATE LOOK AT HUMANITY
Witness an amazing look at portraits of world leaders and civil rights movements throughout the world. Platon, master storyteller and award-winning photographer for The New Yorker, provides a collection of portraits of more than 100 world leaders, including Barack Obama, Mahmoud Ahmedinejad, Hugo Chavez, Tony Blair, Robert Mugabe and Muammar Qaddafi. Platon encapsulates the moments of our history and our connectivity across borders.
Platon, a member of the Global Leadership Council for the World Economic Forum, has shot portraits for Rolling Stone, The New York Times Magazine, Vanity Fair, Esquire, GQ and The Sunday Times magazine. Platon’s New Yorker portfolios have focused on many themes, including the U.S. Military, portraits of world leaders and the Civil Rights Movement.
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