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Christopher Leonard, DO – Vohra Wound Physicians

As much as any of the vivid stories and stressful clinical situations, Dr. Chris Leonard remembers the countless hours of paperwork. During his years as a resident and working general surgeon, Leonard would routinely flip through files and medical charts, reconciling data and compiling information—any information—that might help him treat his patient’s wound. Often overlooked, […]

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

There’s no denying that IT jobs can be stressful, and CIOs handle those stressors in different ways. For Steve Garske, witnessing—and contributing—to the life-saving work done by Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles (CHLA) is enough to push ahead. “Whenever I have a rough day, I’ll just walk the halls to gain perspective. Watching all of […]

Craig Richardville – Carolinas HealthCare System

For many people, getting access to the right medical care at the right time, for the right price, by the right physician clinician is a challenge. Patients want their medical care and access to be as easy as booking an airline ticket or reserving a table at the restaurant. That’s according to Craig Richardville, Chief […]

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