The CEO and Founder of Praava Health on Reimagining Care in an Emerging Market
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1d ago
Although the author's grandfather founded the oldest pharmaceutical company in Bangladesh, she never expected to follow in his footsteps. Raised in Roanoke, Virginia, she studied international development and law before working first as a corporate lawyer and then in the Obama administration. But when her mother fell seriously ill during a family wedding in Bangladesh-and Sinha discovered how difficult it was to get access to quality health care in that country even for well-off, well-connected families-she found a new mission. She developed a business plan for a state-of-the-art, full-service ..read more
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Medical Directorships
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3d ago
Most physicians have been in a situation in which they had responsibil┬Čity without authority - and it is usually frustrating. Feeling like we lack control over clinical decisions can lead to burnout and disengagement. Enter the medical director ..read more
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Research: Negotiating Is Unlikely to Jeopardize Your Job Offer
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4d ago
Job seekers worry about negotiating an offer for many reasons, including the worst-case scenario that the offer will be rescinded. Across a series of seven studies, researchers found that these fears are consistently exaggerated: Candidates think they are much more likely to jeopardize a deal than managers report they are. This fear can lead candidates to avoid negotiating altogether. The authors explore two reasons driving this fear and offer research-backed advice on how anxious candidates can approach job negotiations ..read more
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The Art of Patient Communication and Compliance
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5d ago
Getting your patients to say "yes." Presenting your treatment plan and getting patients to follow it ..read more
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Empowering Ourselves and Others
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5d ago
The author reflects on her life and career, and the support she received from mentors, family, and friends ..read more
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How to Achieve Internal Five-Star Service
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5d ago
Creating a culture of five-star customer service within medical practices centers on relationships and requires effective communication skills, patience, respect, and courtesy. Breaches in internal five-star service can create a vicious cycle of animosity that can intensify throughout the day, affecting patient care ..read more
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Exploring the Issues that Early Career Physicians Need to Understand When Presented with an Employment Contract
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5d ago
Physician employment contracts are complex and often written to benefit the employer. Consequently, physicians should understand the ambiguities in employee contracts ..read more
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Why Companies Must Recommit to the Fight for LGBTQ+ Rights
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1w ago
Over the last 20 years, there have been dramatic gains for LGBTQ+ rights in the U.S.: gay, queer, and trans individuals fought for and won equal treatment at work, legal marriage, the freedom to raise children, and the ability to openly serve in the military, and more. But now, many of these new-won rights are at risk. Many countries (mostly in the Middle East and Africa) continue to brutally repress LGBTQ+ individuals. In the U.S., a record number of anti-LGBTQ+ bills were introduced in State capitols in 2023. With governments and international blocs in retreat, where can LGBTQ+ employees tur ..read more
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Queen CEO
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1w ago
Even after a woman has obtained the CEO role, challenges remain with respect to differences in behaviors they experience ..read more
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How to Present to an Audience That Knows More Than You
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1w ago
What happens when you have to give a presentation to an audience that might have some professionals who have more expertise on the topic than you do? While it can be intimidating, it can also be an opportunity to leverage their deep and diverse expertise in service of the group's learning. And it's an opportunity to exercise some intellectual humility, which includes having respect for other viewpoints, not being intellectually overconfident, separating your ego from your intellect, and being willing to revise your own viewpoint - especially in the face of new information ..read more
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