rudish

rudish

(ˈruːdɪʃ)
adj
somewhat rude
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He succeeds Russ Rudish who now is leader of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited s global health care practice.
The groomsmen were high school friends Roman Tillman, Damon Rudish, and Jesse Capik, and Pi Kappa Phi fraternity brothers Dylan Pair, John Gernon Glorioso, Ryan Soto logo, Jeff Songer, and Drew Etheridge.
Rudish, "Non-Foster impedance matching of electrically-small antennas," IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, Vol.
health system evolves, Rudish says, CIOs also will grow less focused on their own internal operations and more concerned with the broader community health system and care coordination, so the evaluation of health information exchange technologies will likely take on greater importance.
If someone had run 1:43 in the 'A' race I would have been gutted to miss out, but as it was I didn't really miss anything as Kenyan David Rudish a won in 1:45.
Screenplay, Charlie Bean, Lauren Faust, McCracken, Paul Rudish, Don Shank.
Most people will say this train has left the station," says Russ Rudish, a senior healthcare consultant with New York-based Deloitte LLC.
Rudish believes hospitals need to figure out how to capture some of that aftercare revenue, particularly as inpatient revenue streams dry up.
In the following interview, Rudish gives advice on how the C-suite can come through the storm afloat.
This is one of the most important deals in our history," said Russ Rudish, executive vice president of Services at Eclipsys.
And the increased stature is a trend, according to Russ Rudish, health care providers sector leader at Deloitte (New York), who now sees more CIOs reporting to CEOs.
Back in the day, the revenue gotten on the physician side was much lower than it is today," says Russ Rudish, health care providers sector leader, Deloitte LLP (New York).