Tomorrow's Health by Steve Klasko, MD, MBA

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Archive for March, 2012

We all want to change the world…right here at CAMLS

March 30, 2012 / Uncategorized

Welcome to the revolution. The revolution is about physicians, nurses and all kinds of health professionals getting together and deciding to transform healthcare instead of waiting for somebody els

CAMLS takes flight — with a pilot from the Hudson

March 30, 2012 / Uncategorized

We had the privilege to host a real American hero at the grand opening of CAMLS  today – although Capt. Jeff Skiles will tell you he’s anything but. Capt. Skiles was the co-pilot of US Airways F

A new day, a new page for transforming healthcare

March 30, 2012 / Uncategorized

Today marks a watershed moment at USF Health: the grand opening of the Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation. Last night, Mayor Bob Buckhorn called this a “transformative moment for

CAMLS contributes to economic and medical health

March 29, 2012 / Uncategorized

We look first at how USF Health can transform health education and training -- and I’m proud that we’ll be showing off that potential Friday at the grand opening of the Center for Advanced Medical

A gifted teacher’s influence means better care for many patients

March 21, 2012 / Uncategorized

Dr. Michael Flannery got some well-deserved recognition this week in the Tampa Bay Times. I know that we all wish that he was getting that recognition without the ALS diagnosis that came along with it

New partners in transforming healthcare

March 12, 2012 / Uncategorized

If we are to succeed in transforming healthcare, we need to think beyond the old models of competition. That’s especially important for academic medicine. We have the ability – and the responsibil

In sickness and in health

March 5, 2012 / Uncategorized

Here’s an interesting post by Dr. Stephen Schimpff over on KevinMD.  He’s right on target when he says the problem with the health care system is that it’s really a “sick care system.” T