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Why Steve Jobs should run healthcare (video)

February 9, 2010
by ACirillo
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New terms are being bantered about in healthcare. One is the “accountable care organization.” The idea is that a group of providers—primary care physicians, specialists, hospitals—would come together and be responsible for the cost and quality of care for a given population. In theory, and in talking with some hospital administrators, this organization could spread to include nursing and assisted living facilities; after all, they are part of the continuum. So how do you make that happen with so many disparate parties, agendas and politics? Take a few lessons from Apple CEO Steve Jobs.

Anthony Cirillo, FACHE, ABC, is a marketing consultant, professional speaker, aging and senior health expert, and the owner of Fast Forward Consulting. Visit his personal blog at

www.anthonyssong.blogspot.com

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Anthony,

Would love to speak with you at some time or another. We are actually in this process already and I would be glad to explain how.

ACirillo

Anthony's firm Fast Forward Consulting empowers organizations to change the health...