Category Archives: Healthcare

Here is the Radnor Report that received the most “clicks” in 2020:

The Leadership Gap was published October 1, 2009 – Another way to lose control is to ignore something when you should address it.– Jim Evans, baseball umpire Evans’ statement is worded so plainly that it seems obvious and inadequate at … Continue reading

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Trump, the last action hero

 Geoffrey Harpham in The Hill – In a now-forgotten film, a satire of the action genre — a police detective (Arnold Schwarzenegger) indulges in a moment of reflection, asking himself, “To be or not to be?”   He immediately decides in favor … Continue reading

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The Biden Agenda for Women

Joe Biden in Medium – Joe Biden is going to build our country back better after this economic crisis and that includes ensuring we get closer to full inclusion of and equality for women. Women — particularly women of color … Continue reading

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How the ‘Trump Effect’ Could Lift Democratic Senate Candidates

Giovanni Russonello of the New YorkTimes – The GOP has tightened its ranks; its reliable voters, hovering at around 40 percent of the electorate, tend to approve of almost anything President Trump does. Yet throughout his term, from the 2017 battles … Continue reading

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Amid the Coronavirus Crisis, a Regimen for Reëntry

Atul Gawande in The New Yorker – Health-care workers have been on the job throughout the pandemic. What can they teach us about the safest way to lift a lockdown? Continue…

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