It’s January 2013, and much of the last year was spent by those involved in leading health organizations wondering about health care reform — how the Supreme Court will rule, how the election will affect the affordability act and what impact all of this will have for patients and their doctors. The common denominator is that each of those issues is outside of our control.
I am proud to say right here in Tampa Bay at USF Health, we decided to take a different approach and look at the transformative changes that are necessary regardless of the political, legal or financial changes occurring in health care.
Read the rest of my guest editorial in the Tampa Bay Times here.
A team of learners at the USF Health Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation learn how to resuscitate a newborn – on a realistic simulator.