Inventing Health

Give the People What They Want

I recently read a fascinating article in the Wall Street Journal on the changing model of hospitals and the new ways in which they are beginning to deliver care. As the author, Laura Landro, explains “the sprawling institutions we know …

Health Care with the Click of a Mouse

The recent decision by the FCC to repeal net neutrality got me thinking about the increasing dependence of health care on technology and, more specifically, the internet. While there are a wide range of opinions regarding whether regulation of the …

Nothing Personal

One of the best pieces of professional advice I ever received was from a supervisor early on in my professional career who reminded me to “never put your personal feelings ahead of what is best for your organization. If you …

The Future is Bright

On June 5th, I accepted the position of President and CEO of Tampa General Hospital (TGH), a role I will assume on September 1st. Over the last seven years, the team at Jupiter Medical Center has been able to transform …

Health Care Reform and the Presidential Election

As evidenced in the recent debates, the presidential candidates don’t agree on much. But they do agree on one thing – Obama Care as we now know it cannot go on.  Donald Trump wants to repeal it entirely.  Experts say …

Letting Go

I must admit, I was surprised and pleased at the attention given to my recent blog post, The High Price of Dying. It was – by far – my most viewed and popular entry to date. It made me …