100 Most Powerful People 2007
 

 

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Religious Experience | Catholic Health Association’s Sister Keehan lands top spot on our annual 100 Most Powerful ranking, underscoring her devotion to achieving a long-elusive goal: access to healthcare for everyone
By Cinda Becker | August 27, 2007 | Basic Web Basic Web Subscription Details
Healthcare has found religion. It’s a church of reform, and a devout congregation can be found at practically any association, hospital, union, health plan, governor’s mansion or legislature where healthcare is on the agenda—in short, everywhere. People from all walks of the industry are coming together to pray, meditate and ponder on it. Healthcare may be widely regarded as inefficient, fragmented, inequitable and dysfunctional, but its dissonant disciples are nearly unanimous in the conviction that something has to be done.
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Modern Healthcare announced this year’s 100 Most Powerful People in Healthcare recognition program—our sixth annual—in the April 9 issue of the magazine. From April 9 through May 11, readers nominated candidates via the magazine’s Web site, modernhealthcare.com. Readers submitted more than 12,600 nominations, up nearly 40% from last year, and Modern Healthcare then placed the 300 people who received the most nominations on a final ballot, also posted on the Web site. From May 28 through June 29, readers visited the site to vote for the 10 candidates they believe should make the...
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100 Most Powerful at a glance
By Cinda Becker | August 27, 2007 | Basic Web Basic Web Subscription Details
For the first time since the list was introduced six years ago, a woman tops the ranking of the most powerful people in healthcare: Sister Carol Keehan, president and CEO of the Catholic Health Association. Three women—Keehan, Deborah Peel, founder and chairman of the Patient Privacy Rights Foundation, and presidential candidate Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.)—are in the top 10, compared with 2006 when only two women (Clinton and Julie Gerberding, director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) made it to the top 10. However, this year 22% of the 100...
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