Your real competition is an amateur, at least in your perception, someone who realizes that the pieces can be arranged another way, a way that cuts you off, a way that cuts you to the bone.
Listen as Mark discusses what could happen if patients no longer need you, or, at least, not as much of you?
What if patients no longer need you, or, at least, not as much of you?
According to Karen Teitelbaum, President and CEO of Sinai Health System, “all hospitals are looking at how to transform care delivery and responsibly allocate resources to address changing patient needs.”
Tom Peters popularized the style of business management in which the manager cruises the workplace observing and interacting.
New York City’s Mount Sinai Health System gets it. Will you?
Your predators have an easier time spotting your weaknesses when you’re standing still.