Hospitals Need Operators, Not Innovators?

Maybe we're better off with people who are good at executing, but who are not necessarily idea people. With drastic healthcare reform proposals on the horizon, are we better off with a majority of operators versus innovators? It's possible we are.


To innovate you need BOTH thinkers and doers.

It's the rare candidate who embodies the two capabilities simultaneously, but they're out there if you turn over enough entrenched boulders...

Or DM @jensmccabe to find some. I know plenty of healthcare 'ideas' people who turn dreams into actions because nobody else can. Or nobody else will.

@edbennett, @carlosrizo, @Berci, @caparks, and many others - this coffee toast is for you...

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