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Stephen C. Schimpff, MD is the retired Chief Executive Officer of the University of Maryland Medical Center and former chief operating officer of the University Maryland Medical System, today a twelve hospital system. Board certified in internal medicine, medical oncology and infectious diseases, he has been an active clinician, researcher and professor of both medicine and public policy. Schimpff is the chair of the advisory committee of Sanovas, Inc. He is the author of “The Future of Medicine – Megatrends in Healthcare” which discusses the coming scientific advances in medicine such as genomics, stem cells, vaccines, medical devices, imaging, the operating room and information management. He has written a sequel “The Future of Healthcare Delivery: Why It Must Change and How It Will affect You” documenting the many disruptive changes coming in the delivery of medical care. This book gives a clear and easy to understand overview of the characteristics of our current medical care delivery system, how it is changing, and offers suggestions as to how each individual’s actions can influence their health, the quality of their care, their healthcare costs and their satisfaction with the healthcare delivery system. - Available from Potomac books at Amazon http://tinyurl.com/3tallx3 Barnes and Noble and bookstores everywhere.
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