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Oct 29
Council Hosts National Leaders To Discuss Election 2018 and the Future of Health Care

Less than two weeks before the historic 2018 election, the Nashville Health Care Council hosted a dynamic discussion with nationally known policy experts, offering insights on the state of health care policy. The panel included former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle, founder and CEO, The Daschle Group; former Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, M.D., partner,…

Oct 26
Frist: Health care won’t determine midterm elections

Joel Stinnett | Nashville Business Journal Many Democrats across the nation have made health care the central issue in their midterm election campaigns, but at least one prominent Nashville politician and doctor doesn’t think the issue is going to persuade independents to vote blue. “People don’t vote on issues in midterm elections. Midterm elections are…

Oct 26
Daschle, Frist talk midterms, health care

Stephen Elliott | Nashville Post Two former U.S. Senate majority leaders — one a Democrat, the other a Republican — differed in their predictions of how health care will affect the upcoming midterm elections during a panel discussion in Nashville Friday. Tom Daschle, the former Democratic senator from South Dakota, said Democrats have been able…

Sep 28
HHS Secretary Alex Azar: Nashville is a health care innovation hub

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex M. Azar II speaks at Nashville Health Care Council event hosted at Lipscomb University U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex M. Azar II encounters Nashville Health Care Council members all over the world, he said in a speech delivered Thursday at Lipscomb University….

Sep 26
Nashville essential to future of health care evolution

Opinion by Hayley Hovious | Tennessean Nashville built today’s health care industry. Now, it’s our job to move it forward. Given the convergence of industries that regularly look to Nashville for leadership – from music and entertainment to academics and professional sports – our city is used to VIPs passing through. So, it makes sense…

Sep 21
HCA’s incoming CEO on what makes a good leader

Joel Stinnett | Nashville Business Journal On Dec. 31, Milton Johnson will step down as CEO of HCA Healthcare Inc. and President and Chief Operating Officer Sam Hazen will take over the top spot at the hospital giant, so the next three months are bound to include some awkward, and sometimes funny, moments of transition. Take, for example, speaking…