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Abandoned But Still Relevant

22 March, 2013 Posted by John G. Self
I just had a senior moment.  Not the kind associated with old age with an ever so slight hint at forgetfulness or, worse, the earliest stages of dementia, but a real honest to goodness meet up with the inescapable fact that I am now a “gentleman of a certain age.” It happened as I was […] Read more»

If Only I Had Known

25 January, 2013 Posted by John G. Self
One summer, my life changed.  At the time it seemed only like a change in plans, but I was wrong. I remember the events that altered my life and social position as if it were yesterday.  The month was May.  The year, 1965.  President Johnson was in office, Vietnam was raging and student unrest was […] Read more»

Courage: Critical Leadership Characteristic

14 January, 2013 Posted by John G. Self
Our new year is bringing ample challenges to the healthcare industry, from strategies to deal with the Affordable Care Act, to the realities that deficit reduction will require additional cuts in Medicare reimbursement to providers. Congress is still in denial about the biggest problem with deficit spending – Medicare, but healthcare executives should not draw […] Read more»