Daily Archives: October 25, 2008

An Unlikely Trio

Quality Management Professor Kate Garrett in an email yesterday shared the following: Today’s New York Times has an op-ed on the use of data to improve health care – making an unfavorable comparison to baseball. We’ve discussed the key points … Continue reading

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Michael Sparer remembers Allan Rosenfield

Dean Rosenfield was a remarkable man: a brilliant and caring physician, his pioneering work on a host of women’s reproductive health issues made him one of the leading public health figures of our time.  At the same time, during his … Continue reading

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NYT’s Kristof: Remembering Allan Rosenfield

You probably don’t know the name Allan Rosenfield, but he was one of the giants in the world of public health, and his legacy can be found throughout the developing world. Allan was long-time dean of the Mailman School of … Continue reading

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