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Health care vultures helped create an oversupply of ER physicians — now they want to use the surplus to cut wages and limit...

Research shows that people typically prioritize tasks with the shortest deadlines — even if those tasks aren’t the most important or valuable. In this...

If you work for such a manager, it may be time to move...

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Patients and providers should lament the increasing corporatization of medicine. All too often, it’s a recipe for lower-quality, higher-priced health...

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    "The independent physician is becoming an endangered species. The corporatization of medicine is sapping competition in the healthcare marketplace. And that's leading to higher prices for patients—and lower pay for providers." https://t.co/hiVTOmJfhg - view on twitter

Health plans say that prior authorization requirements help them protect patients’ safety and improve the quality of care, but doctors...

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    "Every 3 months when he needs new supplies, his health insurance plan requires him to go through an approval process called prior authorization. Getting that approval can take as many as 3 weeks." https://t.co/aYoJMCKpNC - view on twitter

Most people assume they are a leader because they have a title. The reality is, a title has nothing to do with...

Mental energy is a valuable currency that can be maximized with these four simple...

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    "Not all actions are created equal. The goal isn't just to do a lot of random tasks. The goal is to execute with precision on a few essential tasks that move the needle forward in a big way." https://t.co/hpexi5E6Wi - view on twitter

The popular media is full of examples of bad leaders in government, academia, and business. But the most common kind of incompetent leader isn’t...

The popular media is full of examples of bad leaders in government, academia, and business. But the most common kind of incompetent leader isn’t...

Tiffany Danko and Susan Vroman make the case for not wanting or needing more managers. Rather we crave leaders to show us where to...

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    "Managers are formally appointed, titled employees who leverage their legitimate positions of power. Leaders may not have formal authority at all and can be found at all levels of an organization." https://t.co/MzPlgEUjam - view on twitter