Healthcare

Deborah J. Bowen, President & Chief Executive Officer at the American College of Healthcare Executives

MORE THAN 4000 DESCEND UPON CHICAGO FOR ACHE: MEET THE WOMAN WHO MAKES IT HAPPEN Deborah J. Bowen assumed the role of president and chief executive officer of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) on May 13, 2013 upon the retirement of Thomas C. Dolan, PhD, who had led the organization for 22 years. …

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RIDESHARING

Disruptive Technology in Health Care – Ridesharing

A January 2017 feature from Healthcare Dive identified three up-and-coming disruptive technology trends in health care:  ridesharing apps, drones, and voice assistants, all of which aim to cut costs while providing quality care. RIDESHARING According to mHealthIntelligence, approximately 3.6 million Americans miss or delay healthcare appointments each year due to transportation problems, resulting in a …

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Art Education for Doctors

Anatomy, Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Genetics, Immunology, and … Art?? Incorporating art classes in the first- and second-year curriculum of medical students has been a growing practice in schools across the country, aimed at correcting a perceived weakening of doctors’ physical exam skills in an era of advanced technology and rushed patient encounters.  These classes are …

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Key People In Early Drug Development

  Anthony (Tony) J. Coyle, PhD, is originally from England, where he earned both his bachelor’s degree and PhD in pharmacology from King’s College London.  He worked as a post-doctoral assistant at the Institut Pasteur, and as a post-doctoral research assistant with the National Jewish Center for Immunology and Respiratory Medicine before being hired as …

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