Shapiro Cardiovascular Center: A Case Study

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The president, Dr. Gary Gottlieb, of Brigham and Woman’s Hospital created a leadership management council consisting of Glaser, Whittemore, Seltzer, Dr. Belkin, Bolman and Baughman along with staff to evaluate, design, and to give advice on developing the Shapiro Cardiovascular Center; the main goal was to create a cardiovascular treatment center that is integrated and consist of one-stop-shopping with better patient care that flows smoothly throughout the system in an effort to reduce waiting time (Porter, Huckman & Friese, June 17, 2008).

The Brigham and Woman’s Hospital: Shapiro Center management was effective in getting physicians and medical staff engaged through interacting and working together with an effort of improving the care
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