Health Care Executives and Consultants
On this side, the health care C-suite. On the other, the consultants who whip up advice and analysis. In this issue of Managed Care we explore both. Seasoned medical directors talk about their careers and the job requirements (lots and lots of communication). And women executives share their thoughts on what is still predominately the “he-suite.” From the consultants, we heard about the importance of expertise (the genuine article; no faking it), collaboration (easy to espouse, hard to do), and listening (always, always underrated)—and being smart about who the true decision makers are. Also this month: Clay Johnston’s reinvention of medical education in Austin, Texas, and the drugstore chains vying to become your health care provider. Read on. You’ll learn a lot. We did.
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