Tag: medicine

Through The Noise
December 10, 2019

TTN #513 Paul Auerbach, MD, Author of Wilderness Medicine

Paul Auerbach, MD is the Redlich Family Professor Emeritus in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Stanford University School of Medicine, and Adjunct Professor of Military/Emergency Medicine at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. He is a …

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Through The Noise
November 26, 2019

TTN #510 Scott Steen, Executive Director of the American Physiological Society

Scott Steen, FASAE, CAE, is the executive director of the American Physiological Society, where he has initiated major change initiatives aimed at growing membership, diversifying revenue, increasing member value and streamlining governance. He previously served as the president & CEO …

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Through The Noise
November 19, 2019

TTN #508 Ceci Connolly, President & CEO of the Alliance of Community Health Plans

Ceci Connolly worked 25 years as a journalist, including 13 years at the Washington Post, and is the co-author of Landmark: America‚Äôs New Health-Care Law and What It Means for Us All. Additionally, she previously worked at the McKinsey Center …

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Through The Noise
November 14, 2019

TTN #507 Donna Grande, CEO of the American College of Preventive Medicine

Donna Grande, MGA, is the Chief Executive Officer of the American College of Preventive Medicine and a passionate advocate for health. Donna has over 25 years of experienced leadership, developing innovative programs and integrative strategies, communicating ideas, and managing/directing campaigns …

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