Until the industry can do a better job of managing patients – which means being able to assess individuals’ health on a regular basis – population health and accountable care are just pipe dreams, says Paul Roemer.
Those who spend too much time thinking about what they’ll do if things go south have a greater chance of winding up there, says Anthony Guerra, who believes sometimes there should be no back-up plan.
Being willing and able to show vulnerability is the mark of a strong individual, says Kate Huvane Gamble. One way to do that? By asking for a reset when things aren’t going well.
You never know when the opportunity to interview for your dream job may arise, so it’s important to always be prepared, says Executive Recruiter Jocelyn Clarke, who offers tips on how to do that.