What makes a good doctor? Dr. Cary has worked in nearly every piece of the medical industry – public and private, small and large companies, Federal and state government agencies and regulation and licensing. She has seen, and sometimes experienced, what goes into a Good Doctor. She is interviewing Good Doctors recommended my others.
Dr. Cary has worked in nearly every aspect of medicine. She had her own private medical practice, co-directed the emergency department at Mammoth Hospital, turned around the Coliseum Clinic in Denver, created and co-hosted a PBS-coproduction, “The Health Care Puzzle,” was employee #6 at a medical device company, medical director at a medical communications company, a senior executive in the US Department of Health and Human Services under President Clinton, a deputy officer at the Veterans Health Administration, wrote a seminal book on telemedicine/telehealth and founded and grew two private companies.
Stories From Women in Medical Management
Women physicians now comprise 50 percent or more of most U.S. medical school classes. Yet relatively few fill the most senior management positions within the health care system. “Lessons Learned: Stories from Women in Medical Management” profiles 24 exceptional female physicians who have defied the odds. They share their personal and compelling stories- including obstacles and challenges faced in balancing work, family and personal life-as their career paths take them from clinical medicine to leadership within government, academia, hospitals, provider groups, managed care, pharma, consulting and entrepreneurial venture. The lessons they learned are not only relevant to women and not just applicable to health care-they are universal.
What the best medical leaders have been doing, what they have been thinking about, how we inspire high-performance medical organizations
Where colleagues work together to lead high-performance medical organizations — a collaboration network supporting The Cary Institute’s colleagues and clients