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Fearless Healthcare Strategy

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Fearless Healthcare Strategy

In this the episode of our Excellence in Leadership Series, presented by Citi, Gary speaks with Carladenise Edwards, Ph.D., about how to keep health systems from falling away from their…
November 17, 2022

Fearless Healthcare Strategy

Meet Carladenise Edwards, Ph.D.:

Carladenise Edwards, Ph.D. is a Strategic Advisor. Previously, she was the EVP and Chief Strategy Officer for Henry Ford Health System and Providence St. Joseph Health, as well as Chief Strategy Officer for Alameda Health System. Dr. Edwards serves as a board member for Heluna Health, RAND Health, American Board of Internal Medicine, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, and Healthcare Financial Management Association. Dr. Edwards received a bachelors in Sociology and master’s in Education and Counseling Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. She received a Ph.D. in Medical Sociology from the University of Florida.

 

Key Insights:

This episode is part of our Excellence in Leadership Series, presented by Citi. Carladenise Edwards, Ph.D. is a healthcare strategy expert.

 

  • Mission Creep. Health systems try to be all things to all people all the time. Health systems need to refocus on their goals in the community and do a few things exceptionally well, rather than many things inadequately.
  • Public Health Infrastructure. We need to invest in public health, rather than expect health systems to manage it. Public Healthinfrastructure will enable more people to get the fundamental care they need to be healthy and secure.
  • Hard Work. Work is not easy. It is hard and takes energy, but if you’re pushing uphill that means you are producing something of value.Nothing is insurmountable if we collectively work towards change.

 

This episode was made possible by our partnership with Citi.

 

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