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2017 Healthcare Leaders: Insights from the Physician Community

2017 Healthcare Leaders: Insights from the Physician Community

By Ben Keeton Each year, Medical News talks with healthcare leaders from across the Commonwealth to get their perspective on the changing landscape of healthcare. This year, we focused on leaders within the physician community to understand the opportunities and challenges that they face in improving healthcare across Kentucky. Leaders include: (click to view profile)

Servant leadership: A model well-suited for healthcare.

By John (Jack) Rudnick, Jr. One of the philosophies that defies a common understanding of leadership is a model known as servant leadership. The paradox is that this model is characterized, inherently, by the desire to serve others through seeking the well-being of followers and providing them with the necessary support to achieve goals. Servant

Physician Spotlight: Meet Jae Jung, MD, PhD

Fast Facts Director of the oncologic dermatology program at Norton Cancer Institute Hometown: Grew up in San Ramon, a suburb in the East Bay Area of San Francisco, CA Family: Husband, George Calvert (orthopedic oncologist also with Norton Healthcare). He grew up in Louisville, KY and is a proud graduate of St. Xavier and a rabid

The value of career education

  By Candace Bensel  Attendance at career colleges and schools or proprietary schools makes up approximately ten percent of the higher education population at any given time. These schools are generally considerably smaller, sometimes with an entire campus population smaller than a freshman seminar class at a traditional, liberal arts institution. The average student age

Spencerian College preparing for move to Dupont Circle

Spencerian College is scheduled to begin classes Jan. 2 at its new campus at 4000 Dupont Circle within the Dupont Circle Medical Complex in Louisville, Kentucky. Spencerian plans to begin moving from its existing Shively location during finals week Dec. 11-15, said Spencerian College Executive Director Jan Gordon. “We will start the move during finals,

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