November 2020, Volume XXXIV, Number 8
e are pleased to present this special feature recognizing 100 leaders who help make health care in Minnesota a global model of excellence. Once every four years we invite our readers to submit the names of colleagues whose outstanding leadership can be acknowledged in these pages. We thank all those who participated in the nomination process and those who helped with the submissions.
The individuals presented here represent a cross section of the breadth and depth of Minnesota’s health care delivery system, from clinical care to health care policy to administration and management. In presenting this quadrennial feature it is not intended to say these individuals are more important or do better work than their many colleagues involved in leadership. It is intended to provide a snapshot of the depth and complexity of issues that shape health care delivery and the diversity of individuals leading these efforts.
As if there were not enough challenges already, in preparation of this feature the COVID-19 pandemic is the major concern for every health care organization. As we navigate to a post-pandemic future the need for leadership has never been greater. As we face the difficult problems described by the men and women on this list we thankful for them, congratulate them, and wish them all the greatest success.
In preparing this feature we asked each of the nominated health care leaders to answer the two questions listed below. Their responses provide a unique and kaleidoscopic overview of health care in 2020.
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