Little Moments

December 2008
HealthLeaders Magazine;Dec2008, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p8
The author focuses on the leaders in healthcare. He notes that the periodical determines 20 people who have made contributions to healthcare every year. He mentions that some people in the list tend to know how to manage a complex project while some have visions of pushing a large segment of the industry to the forefront. He adds that all people included in the list have a personal impact on the lives of people through the delivery of healthcare.


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