Improving healthcare in the post-COVID era

Amy Compton-Phillips, MD, President of Clinical Care for Providence, shares COVID-19 health system learnings, how to improve patient safety and quality, and offers leadership advice. Editor’s Note: This conversation is a transcript of an episode of the HealthLeaders Women in Healthcare Leadership podcast. Audio of the full interview can be …

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Arielle Assouline-Lichten designs furniture for everyone

Brooklyn-based designer Arielle Assouline-Lichten was trained in architecture at Harvard Graduate School of Design and has a substantial resume that includes work for international companies such as Bjarke Ingels Group, Snøhetta, and Kengo Kuma and Associates. Except, says Assouline-Lichten, “I didn’t even go to an architecture school when I wanted …

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Black Book index hits new record

Wednesday 06 October 2021, 15:32 LAWRENCEVILLE, Georgia – Maybe Black Book should write big books in chalk or pencil; something that can be easily erased and updated. Analysts said the Black Book’s Used Vehicle Retention Index set a new record, with the September reading rising to 169.5 points, an increase …

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What is ‘Dune’ about? | Vanity Show

“There was so much to learn …” This line from the first pages of Dune expresses the frustration of the main character, Paul Atreides, as his powerful galactic family prepares to take control of the crucial spice-mining planet that gives the story its title. Generations of politics, warfare, diplomacy, subterfuge …

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‘STOMP’ returns to Dayton next week

Legend Jonathon Elkins from Detroit, Michigan appears on his fifth “STOMP” tour. Credit: STEVE MNICHOLAS Credit: STEVE MNICHOLAS “(We use) everyday objects so that the audience can immediately identify with themselves,” said cast member Jonathon Elkins on his fifth “STOMP” tour. “The public is able to see these objects in …

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