What Are Public Speaking’s Critical Success Factors?

Paul Roemer, CEO, Pale Rhino Consulting

Over the last few months, a few readers wrote asking about a post of mine regarding speaking in public. For those who get nervous about speaking in public, let’s recognize that unless you are being filmed for the Discovery Channel’s television show Life Below Zero, you speak in public every day — to your friends, family, […]

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How Prepared Is Your Health System To Compete?

Paul Roemer, CEO, Pale Rhino Consulting

If your 2018 business strategy does not account for providing healthcare like this, you have already lost. I moved to town last night. I am staying in a hotel while I look for a place to live, and this morning I am in my car driving to my new office for the first time.  I am […]

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A Collection of Snapshots

Paul Roemer, CEO, Pale Rhino Consulting

I was showing my children photographs of me at a younger age; some of them black and white, affixed to heavy stock page that had yellowed over time. Snapshots of what was. Single depictions of specific events at specific times, none of them betraying or foretelling my future. The photo album chronicled parts of my life, those […]

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Focus On Keepage, Not Leakage

Paul Roemer, CEO, Pale Rhino Consulting

The entire focus of today’s post is based on a conversation I had with a frontline employee of a prominent health system in the southeast. This quote is taken directly from our conversation: “Because our call center is so bad, people do not call to cancel appointments; they come to the office to cancel their appointments. […]

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Why Is Online Patient Access A Myth?

Paul Roemer, CEO, Pale Rhino Consulting

Two weeks ago Washington announced an agreement in principle with our new best friends Iran to slow Iran’s ability to build nuclear weapons. I thought we wanted to stop Iran’s ability to have a nuclear weapon, but I was not invited to the meetings. This week’s television coverage shows a US aircraft carrier shadowing an Iranian ship […]

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