The Ailing Nation
Title The Ailing Nation PDF eBook
Author NATE. LINK
Publisher
Pages 302
Release 2020-09-25
Genre
ISBN 9781977224989

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A NATION IN DISTRESS America has enjoyed an enviable life. Yet, in recent years, there have been unmistakable signs of chronic illness. Our economic progress has fallen off its once-blistering pace, our ability to shape world events has been checked, and our vaunted democratic institutions have begun to collapse around us. America is ailing. Now, here we are, nearly forty years into a chronic illness that has resisted our best efforts at diagnosis. Is this the cancer of our advancing age? The long, slow, terminal decline that will defy the best approaches of modern Medicine? Our fitful end? Not necessarily. In the past four decades, American hospitals have garnered principles of safety from the aviation industry, gathered tips about quality from automobile manufacturers, and gleaned insights into customer service from the hotel trade. These interstellar innovations launched American healthcare into a continuously self-improving model of advancing performance. As such, the world of Medicine has valuable assets to offer the political multiverse: A culture of excellence. Intellectual tools to diagnose and treat difficult problems. A systematic approach that guides almost everything we say and do, yet is seldom employed in the chambers of government. And now it is time to pay it forward. In this collection of riveting stories from patient narratives and leadership challenges - from heartbreaking tales of AIDS, to a harrowing evacuation during Superstorm Sandy, to the exhilarating conquest of Ebola - Dr. Nate Link translates a lifetime of experience into useful lessons for our nation's leaders. To review these examples, he takes us to the bedside of his most memorable cases. We will learn from Natalie, the well-meaning ICU nurse who ignored the ventilator alarm, Juan, the irrepressible AIDS patient who had nine lives, Gerry, the bemused accountant whose brain could not store new memories, and Thomas, the accidental tourist who was raised from the dead. Two dozen other notable patients will teach us additional lessons in leadership. In the final chapter, our lessons will jointly lead us to a most unexpected conclusion and a prescription for the cure of our nation's mysterious malady. Dr. Link is the Chief Medical Officer of Bellevue, America's oldest public hospital, and has practiced there since arriving as a lowly intern at the onset of the AIDS epidemic. He earned his MD from Washington University School of Medicine in 1983, then completed his internship and residency in Internal Medicine at NYU School of Medicine and Bellevue Hospital in 1986. Dr. Link was Co-Chief Editor of the "Bellevue Guide to Outpatient Medicine," winner of the American Medical Writers Association award as Book of the Year for Physicians in 2001.



Yearbook of Experts, Authorities & Spokespersons 2022 Edition
Title Yearbook of Experts, Authorities & Spokespersons 2022 Edition PDF eBook
Author Mitchell P. Davis
Publisher Broadcast Interview Source, Inc.
Pages 368
Release 2022-07-12
Genre Reference
ISBN

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The Yearbook of Experts, Authorities & Spokespersons started in 1984 as the Talk Show Guest Directory. Mitchell P. Davis won the Georgetown University Bunn Award for Excellence in Journalism and graduated from their business school. Started his PR business in 1984 with publication of the Talks Show Guest Directory. Served on the board of the National Association of Radio Talk Show Hosts. Now in it’s 37 annual edition the Yearbook of Experts, Authorities & Spokespersons has been requested by tens of thousands of journalists. See and download a free copy of the 37th Yearbook of Experts at www.ExpertBook.com -- his website: www.ExpertClick.com hosts all the expert profiles and hundreds of thousands of news releases. His resources are loved by the new media. --- The New York Times called it: 'Dial-an-Expert.' The Associated Press called it: 'An Encyclopedia of Sources,' and PRWEEK called it: 'a dating service of PR.' He also founded The News Council, to help non-profit groups use the power of his networking.



TIME'S NOW for Women Healthcare Leaders
Title TIME'S NOW for Women Healthcare Leaders PDF eBook
Author Patricia A. Gabow
Publisher CRC Press
Pages 171
Release 2020-04-02
Genre Business & Economics
ISBN 0429773676

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TIME’S NOW for Women Healthcare Leaders: A Guide for the Journey Women comprise over 80 percent of healthcare frontline employees, but they often hit the proverbial glass ceiling. Only 30 percent of healthcare C-suite Executives and less than 15% of CEOs are women. Moreover, while 51 percent of medical students are women, only 16 percent of the Department Chairs and Deans are women. Clearly, women are facing barriers to achieving their potential, limiting their ability to add their unique talents and skills to the tables of leadership. The author provides extensive detail on these barriers and approaches to their solutions. This is a practical "how-to" book that will help women in healthcare envision their ability to contribute and inspire them to lead. The author sees this as not only helping women, but also facilitating solving healthcare’s myriad problems, improving health and benefitting society. *** This book is a must-read primer for women seeking leadership. It is practical, thought provoking, and carefully researched, addressing why women’s leadership is important and how women can be better leaders. Gabow’s approach capitalizes on interviews with strong women leaders. She uses the notions she learned from the interviews coupled with research from the literature to create an easy-to-read, motivating, and challenging book for women and men! Nancy Agee President and CEO Carilion Clinic Past Chair American Hospital Association TIME’S NOW for Women Healthcare Leaders is filled with powerful examples of how women have overcome multiple obstacles and prevailed on their leadership journeys. It is a MUST read for women and men about the obstacles to be overcome, potholes to avoid, and the shout outs to be given to women who every minute, every hour, every day are committed to human caring. It has captured the heart and spirits of women from diverse backgrounds who have and continue to demonstrate their commitment to making society a better place for all! Linda Burnes Bolton, DrPH, RN, FAAN Senior Vice President and System Chief Equity Officer Cedars Sinai Health System This highly engaging book addresses the relative dearth of women leaders in healthcare through thoughtful assessment of how leaders’ values and actions can improve healthcare within healthcare organizations and systems. Dr. Gabow, an exceptional leader whose relentless passion for excellence for patients served by Denver Health earned her national renown, combines insightful observations from her own path with current statistics about women in medicine, experiences of other successful women leaders, and mentoring skills to offer wise counsel to all current and future leaders. The thoughtful distillation of practical wisdom offered here make this book a unique contribution and highly relevant to healthcare in America today. Carolyn Clancy, M.D. Past Director, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality This insightful book is full of personal stories, honest reflections, and data-driven guidance from and about women leaders. It serves as a wonderful resource for those motivated to advance diverse and inclusive organizations. Karen DeSalvo, M.D., MPH Chief Health Officer, Google Health Past Acting Assistant Secretary for Health, US HHS National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, US HHS



Pope John Paul II
Title Pope John Paul II PDF eBook
Author The Poynter Institute
Publisher Andrews McMeel Publishing
Pages 164
Release 2005-05
Genre Biography & Autobiography
ISBN 0740751107

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Includes newspaper front pages announcing the death of Pope John Paul II in a variety of languages.



Congressional Record
Title Congressional Record PDF eBook
Author United States. Congress
Publisher
Pages 1100
Release 1962
Genre Law
ISBN

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The American Character
Title The American Character PDF eBook
Author Scott Ruesterholz
Publisher Post Hill Press
Pages 160
Release 2022-08-16
Genre History
ISBN 9781637584712

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In this fast-paced exploration of America’s ideals, readers will discover new insights about the pivotal moments in our nation’s history by learning about forty icons and the truly American values they embodied. America is the most powerful, influential nation on the planet today. However, its history has undergone significant debate and revision in recent years. This book provides a unique vantage point into our past by exploring the lives of key Americans and the role they played during pivotal moments. While our union has been imperfect, America has been a force for good, expanding the cause of freedom at home and abroad. In these pages, there is an exploration of America’s eight defining ideals—resilience, fairness, faith, drive, sacrifice, innovativeness, daring, and industriousness—by discussing how forty different Americans, from all walks of life, embodied these traits in their own life. From Presidents like Abraham Lincoln and Franklin Roosevelt to freedom fighters like Susan B. Anthony and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., business tycoons Henry Ford and Thomas Edison, and even cultural sensations like Bing Crosby and Jackie Robinson, readers will learn about all aspects of American history. The time periods covered include the founding of our country, the Civil War, the Gilded Age, the Great Depression, the World Wars, Cold War, and up through the War on Terror. As they finish this book, readers will better understand what it means to be an American and what values to espouse in their own lives to ensure they leave an even greater nation for future generations.



Mother Jones Magazine
Title Mother Jones Magazine PDF eBook
Author
Publisher
Pages 60
Release 1978-08
Genre
ISBN

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Mother Jones is an award-winning national magazine widely respected for its groundbreaking investigative reporting and coverage of sustainability and environmental issues.