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    Scripps Value by Design Featured in HealthLeaders Magazine

    HealthLeaders Magazine recently interviewed Scripps President & CEO Chris Van Gorder along with several other Scripps leaders for a case study on the health system’s approach to reducing costs and improving quality throughout the system. In the resulting article, Scripps leaders discuss ...

    • Tuesday, December 16th, 2014
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    Moderation Key to Keeping Off Holiday Pounds

    The holidays are a time for gathering together with family and friends, often while enjoying food and drinks. Scripps dietitian Misha Biden, R.D., was interviewed by U-T San Diego regarding proven methods to avoid packing on the holiday pounds.

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    Report on Baby Boomer Health Features Scripps Heart Recovery Program

    Baby Boomers are a big force behind the use of computers and wireless technology to deliver health care more quickly, conveniently and efficiently to patients, according to a report from Hospitals & Health Networks. One way Scripps Health is exploring this trend is through a software-based ...

    • Monday, December 15th, 2014
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    Organizational Success Tied to Relationships

    Those who pick up Scripps Health President and CEO Chris Van Gorder’s book, “The Front-line Leader,” will find it to be “a relatively breezy read, full of personal anecdotes that bolster his suggestions for building strong relationships throughout an organization to help it thrive,” according to a ...

    • Monday, December 15th, 2014
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    Scripps Researcher to Edit New Cancer Journal

    Scripps Clinic pathologist and researcher Kelly Bethel, MD, is co-founding editor of a new journal that, according to the UT San Diego, aims to bring together a wide range of cancer research disciplines and offer a broad physical science perspective in its editorial content. “This new journal ...

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    The Front-Line Leader Book is All About Putting People First

    Chris Van Gorder’s new book, The Front-Line Leader: Building a High-Performance Organization from the Ground Up, is all about putting people first.

    • Friday, December 12th, 2014
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    The Front-Line Leader Called Best New Leadership Book Of 2014

    Scripps President and CEO Chris Van Gorder shares management tips drawn from his experience in both law enforcement and health care in a blog interview highlighting lessons from his new book, “The Front-Line Leader,” which the reporter calls the best new leadership book of 2014. Read more on Eric ...

    • Friday, December 12th, 2014
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    Scripps CEO Discusses Leadership and Connecting With Employees

    Investor’s Business Daily writes about the key to succeeding as a leader, as shared with them by Scripps President and CEO Chris Van Gorder.

    • Friday, December 12th, 2014
  • News Releases

    Scripps Researcher Kelly Bethel, MD, Named Editor of New Cancer Journal

    Scripps Clinic pathologist and researcher Kelly Bethel, MD, has been selected as a founding editor of Convergence Science Physical Oncology, a new journal of IOP Publishing that is the first and only interdisciplinary title dedicated to bringing together all researchers in the field of cancer ...

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    Scripps Expert Answers Key Questions About Nutritional Supplements

    The U-T San Diego recently published an article about nutritional supplements by Robert Bonakdar, MD, of Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine. In the article, Dr. Bonakdar explores some common questions and key considerations about the safety and effectiveness of supplements. Visit the U-T San ...