Group looks to enlist, keep healthcare execs
In the years she has spent recruiting health care executives to San Antonio, Brigitta Glick has gotten used to hearing a recurring theme. "More often than not... the client will say, 'I'm absolutely certain you're not going to find that talent here (in San Antonio). You're going to need to go outside of here to find the talent,'" Glick said. That's not necessarily true, she said. That's why she and two others launched The Health Cell — an initiative that brings together leaders in San Antonio's medical, biotech, military and academic fields to promote collaboration and professional development.
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