By NPR |
January 14, 2020
Some people spend $200 a month on the golf course or on a fancy cable TV package, says David Westbrook, a hospital executive in Kansas City, Mo. His splurge? He pays Dr. John Dunlap $133 a month for what he considers exceptional primary care.
Recent research on Paxlovid shows there is "solid data on its effectiveness," a co-author of the study told HealthLeaders.
One of the most important elements of a company’s success is also one of the least tangible —culture.