The premise of Eric
Lefkofsky and his talk is that the healthcare industry is changing. Why?
Because it must change to meet the needs of the people. Furthermore, the
industry will change even further in the long run because of the fact that
technology will come into the sector and play a significant role in influencing
how companies will operate within the sector.
New technologies and
platform companies will bring about more benefits for healthcare, Eric
Lefkofsky and other experts think. The idea is that there is a larger use of
technology in other areas such as transportation and food delivery but not in healthcare, a very important part of
our lives. Healthcare is still archaic to a certain extent.
Eric Lefkofsky is
interested in bring about better solutions with his companies into the healthcare field and he does that by using his knowledge that he
gets by reading.
Warren Buffet’s 5 Hour Rule – What Is It and Why
You Need to Learn About It?
As one of the most
financially successful people in the world, Warren Buffet’s name doesn’t need
any introduction. The investor, entrepreneur and philanthropist has been at the
top of his game since the past few decades, and the rate he is going alludes towards
him holding that stature for the next few years as well.
Buffet’s success is
unmatched in terms of his prowess, reputation and wealth. He has garnered such a stature for himself that
his name is now synonymous with accomplishment. That is not an easy feat to
That is why, when any
entrepreneur is trying to make their name in the business industry, it is sort
of essential for them to heed to Buffet’s advice.
And what other advice
could be more popular than the investor’s uncanny rule to learn, learn, and then learn some more?
Dr. David Samadi and Sunday Housecall Observes Breast Cancer Awareness Month
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Dr. David Samadi, Lenox Hill Hospital’s Chief of Robotic Surgery and Chairman of Urology in New York City will appear on HousecallLivestream with Dr. Cynara Cromer. Dr. Coomer is the Cheif of Breast Surgery. Doctor CynaraCoomer is also Northwell Health Staten Island University Hospital’s Director of Compressive Breast Cancer Center.
Dr. Samadi will be interviewing Dr. Coomer and said he could not think of anyone more qualified than the doctor that was the main force in establishing the first Comprehensive Breast Cancer Center on Staten Island. He and Dr. Coomer are former colleagues when they were both at Lenox Hill Hospital. Though, he says she is one of the leading experts in breast health.
Prior to Dr. Coomer joining the University Hospital on Staten Island, she was a breast surgeon at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City. Dr. Coomer during her time at Mount Sinai developed a clinical practice focusing on treatment of malignant and benign breast diseases.
In a statement, Dr. Coomer said she is delighted to join Dr. Samadi on Sunday Housecall. She said she is thrilled to be a part of the doctors undertaking of educating the public about medical conditions including breast and prostate health. The interview Dr. Coomer stated will be about medical topics including breast cancer awareness in this month of Octobers during breast cancer awareness month.
Dr. David Samadi currently is the Chairman of Urology and Chief of Robotic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital and the host of Sunday Housecall on Fox News. He has published numerous peer-reviewed articles singularly and with other experts in their fields of medicine.
Dr. Samadi attended Stony Brook University earning a degree in biochemistry and earned his medical degree from S.U. N.Y. Stony Brook School of Medicine. He then attended Montefiore Medical Center to train in urology and then attended Albert Einstein College of Medicine to train in proctology. He completed his oncology fellowship in proctology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and then a robotic radical prostatectomy fellowship at Henri Mondor Hospital Center in France.
Dr. Samadi joined Columbia Presbyterian Hospital and then afterward joined Mount Sinai School of Medicine faculty where he was named the Vice Chair of the Department of Urology and Chief of Robotics and Minimally Invasive Surgery. The doctor later moved his team to Lenox Hill Hospital where he was named the Chair of Urology and Chief of Robotic Surgery. He was also appointed as professor of urology at Hofstra North Short School of Medicine.
For details: health.usnews.com/doctors/david-samadi-3908