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Playing Fast & Loose With Integrity

28 December, 2015 Posted by John G. Self
When looking for an expert source on what good leadership is, look no further than every graduate school management program in the nation, or any of the thousands of strategic consulting companies in the free world. Everyone has an opinion.  Everyone knows that truth and most are right in some shape, form or fashion. Not to […] Read more»

In Harms Way… Again

28 October, 2015 Posted by John G. Self
When hospitals choose higher margins/EBITDA/growth in earnings — whatever you want to call it— in exchange for bare-bones staffing that results in harm to patients, I have concerns.  Patient care and safety should not be penalized because hospitals are willing to cut corners at any cost. The following example is not hypothetical, or a story […] Read more»

A Crisis Is A Terrible Thing To Waste

4 August, 2008 Posted by John G. Self
NEWARK, NJ -- Observations on our healthcare services industry. 1. We have a crisis in healthcare financing. The chance that any meaningful plan for reform will be accomplished diminishes with each day of the presidential campaign. Read more»