Saving Your Business Is Like Saving Your Life

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AuthorHouse, Apr 28, 2006 - Business & Economics - 172 pages
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People are fascinated by medicine as evidenced by the number of medical dramas on television. These same people are also fascinated by business, particularly the things that make a company successful. Dr Dresnick melds his extensive medical and business experience in an insightful and entertaining book which looks at the elements of taking care of critically ill and injured patients and how those same elements apply to sick companies. Dr. Dresnick has achieved national prominence as a physician AND as a corporate CEO. He has used his real life experiences as a physician and as a business man to make his points.

Learn how to take your companys vital signs before it is too late! Learn the approach to dealing with a sick company. This book isnt just the usual business theory; it is based on true medical AND business experience. Learn to approach business problems in the same way as doctors do who save lives everyday. As Dr. Dresnick explains, Saving Your Business IS Like Saving Your Life.


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Stephen J. Dresnick, MD is a long time veteran of the national medical entrepreneur scene. A Miami native, he graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He completed his Medical School studies at the University of Miami and completed his residency training at UCLA in 1980 en route to becoming one of the first board-certified emergency medicine specialists in the country. After founding the Emergency Medicine residency program at Orlando regional Medical center, he went on to serve the same institution as VP of Medical Education. In 1987, Dr. Dresnick founded Sterling Healthcare which 4 years later was listed # 6 on Inc Magazine’s Inc 400 List of the country’s fastest growing Private Companies. Dr. Dresnick was chosen as Ernst &Young/NASDQ’s Healthcare Entrepreneur of the Year in 1996, the same year Sterling was listed as one of the top 50 Small Public Companies by Business Week magazine.

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