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KEYS TO CHANGE
MANAGEMENT IN THE CVSL

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One thing constant in today's cardiovascular service line (CVSL) is change. Changing quality standards. Changing reimbursement. Changing best practices. If you are fighting change, you are fighting progress. Some of the top change-makers in the CV world had this to say about the subject:

  


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