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    Top 10 books health execs should read in 2017




    “Churchill: The Power of Words”

    by Winston Churchill; selected, edited, and introduced by Martin Gilbert

    “It’s a collection of most of his essays from early childhood until just before his death, documenting a lifetime of public engagement on the issues he cared about. It shows how, through analysis, thoughtful reflection, articulating ideas, and advocating for them, one man and ideas can literally change the course of history. With the election, new Congress, and a new president talking about fundamental healthcare change, the book is a great testament to the efficacy of perseverance and the need to continually challenge oneself to generate new, meaningful, realistic but creative ideas. Doing so allows one to engage, mostly with people you disagree with, and achieve meaningful results.”

    - Joel White, president, Council for Affordable Health Coverage



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