Annual Healthcare CEO Roundtable: Technology is Changing Patient Care

AS TECH GIANTS INCLUDING APPLE, Amazon, and Google make healthcare market entrances, traditional healthcare systems and hospitals face increasing pressure to remain competitive. Traditional healthcare systems continue to merge to compete; the fear is that providers will become vulnerable to competition from digital health companies who can more efficiently deliver care and treatment directly to patients Many drugstore players are
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Black Hawk Test Pilot Kristina Sofchak Didn’t Hit the Glass Ceiling—She Busted Right Through It

NEW JERSEY ARMY NATIONAL Guard Chief Warrant Officer 3 Kristina Sofchak, a Black Hawk helicopter maintenance test pilot with Detachment 2, C Company, 1-171st Aviation Regiment, loves to talk to her mother about career paths. “I would say, ‘I want to be a waitress,’ and my mom would say, ‘Why not own the restaurant?’ I would say, ‘I want to
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For Most Family Businesses, Success or Failure is All or Mostly “Relative(s)”

IN THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL REPORT, accountants and attorneys offer financial, legal and management best practices for New Jersey-based family businesses—keys to success for this gen­eration and the next. The nuances and dynamics of steering a family business in the right direction can be best imple­mented early in the life cycle of the company, where short-term and long-term planning can map
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CC Sabathia: Well-Armed, and Ready for October

VISITORS TO THE YANKEES CLUB ­house never have trouble finding CC Sabathia. He’s the biggest man in the room with a coast-to-coast smile and personality to match. It’s no coincidence that Sabathia occupies Derek Jeter’s old locker; if anyone quali­fies as the leader of the 2018 Bombers, it’s Sabathia—a stately combination of experience, maturity and old-fashioned guts when the game
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What Every “Body” is Saying: Former FBI Agent, Profiler Joe Navarro’s Secrets for Reading People

AS AN EXPERT ON BODY LANGUAGE and nonverbal communications, former FBI special agent Joseph Navarro travels throughout the country teaching business executives about the importance of honing good observation­al skills. According to Navarro, once business men and women have mas­tered these skills, they can prevent many problems that arise in the workplace—before they happen. Navarro was recruited by the FBI
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