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Fixing Healthcare?

The much-discussed Affordable Care Act and American Health Care Act are mostly about health insurance, not healthcare. It takes a lot more than insurance to create a successful healthcare system.

The NYU Langone Medical Center aims to train doctors while delivering world-class care. But in 2007 it lost $120 million and seemed to be in decline. strategy+business details how a new CEO led a turnaround that put the organization in the black and raised its rankings and quality scores. 

Harvard Business Review looked at a range of strategies to pare away the estimated $1 trillion in wasteful healthcare spending. 

And we talked with Yale professor Zack Cooper about his groundbreaking work on healthcare pricing.

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Jeffrey A. Sonnenfeld
Senior Associate Dean for Leadership Studies & Lester Crown Professor in the Practice of Management


Rakesh Khurana
Associate Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School

Professor Amandine Ody-Brasier
Amandine Ody-Brasier
Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior

Jeffrey E. Garten
Dean Emeritus

John Rice
Founder and President, Management Leadership for Tomorrow

Sean Greene
Managing Director, Siguler Guff

Laszlo Bock
Senior Vice President, People Operations, Google

Moises Naim
Editor, Foreign Policy

Byron Brown
Mayor of Buffalo, New York