Meet Margaret Cary, MD MBA MPH PCC

Dr. Maggi Cary is a doctor’s doctor with a physician’s mind and a friend’s heart. As an executive coach she blends a scientist’s thinking with empathy. She is a ferocious learner and serial focuser with a lifelong passion for sharing what she’s learned. 

She is an inspirational motivator, occasional humorist, and excellent listener and storyteller. She is internationally known as an engaging speaker who translates the latest research in leadership development to entertaining and highly interactive presentations. She is an executive coach, author, professional speaker, facilitator, and teacher. Read More

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Dr. Cary's clients value her honesty, insight, evidence-based approach understanding of the challenges of the complex healthcare environment.

Dr. Cary is available for leadership coaching, leadership consultation,  speaking & training, retreats and more. Call Dr. Cary at (202) 403-1966.

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LESSONS LEARNED: STORIES FROM WOMEN IN MEDICAL MANAGEMENT

LESSONS LEARNED: STORIES FROM WOMEN IN MEDICAL MANAGEMENT

Women physicians now comprise 50 percent or more of most U.S. medical school classes. Yet relatively few fill the most senior management positions within the health care system.

In “Lessons Learned: Stories from Women in Medical Management,” editor and author, Deborah Shlian, MD, MBA, profiles 24 exceptional female physicians who have defied the odds.

They share their personal and compelling stories- including obstacles and challenges faced in balancing work, family and personal life-as their career paths take them from clinical medicine to leadership within government, academia, hospitals, provider groups, managed care, pharma, consulting and entrepreneurial venture.

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TELEMEDICINE AND TELEHEALTH: PRINCIPLES, POLICIES, PERFORMANCE AND PITFALLS

TELEMEDICINE AND TELEHEALTH: PRINCIPLES, POLICIES, PERFORMANCE AND PITFALLS

Telemedicine and telehealth are changing the face of health care delivery and becoming a multi-billion dollar industry. Dr. Darkins and Dr. Cary share their knowledge and provide practical insights and advice on making telemedicine programs into successful clinical services and a productive business.

The book gives background knowledge and useful tips on starting up and managing programs in an array of settings.

Most importantly, the book is based on the recognition that patients are customers of health care and telemedicine companies developing new products vital to delivering care to rural or inaccessible clients is vital to health care’s future.