Sudip Bose’s mission is to improve the health of veterans and America.
Below is the list of his experiences:
-Practicing emergency physician recognized as one of the “Leading Physicians of the World” by the IAHCP and as one of “America’s Health Care Leaders”
-Iraq war veteran recognized as a “CNN Hero” for serving as the US physician who treated Saddam Hussein after his capture from the spider hole, and for serving one of the longest continuous combat tours by a physician since World War II
-Expertise and author in the medical arenas of emergency medicine, leadership, mass casualty, disaster care and PTSD
-Featured physician on hit worldwide reality TV show “Untold Stories of the ER”
-TV health correspondent for local/national media outlets (Dr. Oz, CBS News, etc)
-CEO of leading medical education companies
-Founder, www.TheBattleContinues.org nonprofit charity
Why Healthcare? It was in March 2, 4004: thousands of people marching on the road. In the crowd where 12 suicide bombers and all of a sudden there were so many people lying on the ground, injured. I was the only physician in the scene but there were medics around. I think my main motivation in the medical sector is to use my unique experiences and combat in the emergency room and multiply it, make a better impact, that’s what we are trying to do.
Hot Topic that should healthcare leaders agenda: Using resources efficiently. It is technology that can help with the efficiency.
Setbacks that you learned from: As pertains to life clinic when we started out, we were just telemedicine but we realized it’s not going to solve the bigger puzzle of healthcare.
Proudest leadership moments: It was in Iraq when I found Chris dead on a sidewalk. Serving with heroes like him in the medical field is my proudest moment.
What advice would you give to the listeners on creating a compelling mission to stay focused on? The mission comes from within. We all have a unique set of life experiences, unique skill sets. It’s not about the skill set you have, it’s what you do with that. Find that passion and make an impact.
Sudip 101 Course on Outcomes Improvement:
1.What is the best way to improve healthcare outcomes?
Efficiency through technology.
2. What is the biggest mistake or pitfall to avoid?
We need to focus on the center of the epicenter which is the doctor – patient relationship. To not break the silos because of non-standard technology.
3. How do you stay relevant as an organization despite constant change?
Focus on the fundamentals because they will never change.
4. One area of focus that should drive everything else is:
We all have the power to multiply ourselves, to make an impact.
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