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Former Rush CEO Dr. Larry Goodman reflects on his biggest challenges and why a strong board makes all the difference

After 17 years at the helm of Chicago-based Rush University System for Health and Rush University Medical Center, Larry Goodman, MD, retired May 15. Here, Dr. Goodman looks back on his tenure, lessons learned and where he sees healthcare trending.

Publication date: 2019-05-29
Parent publication: Becker's Hospital Review
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