How Taylor Swift Helps Explain The Future of Healthcare

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In many industries these days, you’re seeing a somewhat-renewed focus on “people” — Fast Company just ran an entire cover package on “Generation Flux,” the focus of which often came back to finding purpose in work and building a people culture.

It should be something we all continue to embrace. I’ve been thinking about it in the context of healthcare — where I’ve spent the bulk of my professional existence — and for me, it comes down to one aspect:

Healthcare needs more rebels.

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I am a healthcare leader who has guided my medical group to clinical breakthroughs, record revenue growth and a private equity transaction with UCLA physician diagnostics. I have led over 150 clinical implementation projects across cardiology, radiology, telemedicine, clinical trials, Lean Healthcare and organ recovery. Over the last five years, I have negotiated 35 early adopter contracts worth over $3M across multiple clinical markets, generated an additional $1M revenue pipeline and achieved a 967% rise in price per share along with a fivefold market cap increase.