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Bruce Ramshaw, MD Health Transformation in Practice

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Dr. Bruce Ramshaw is the epitome of someone who "walks the talk" and he gives plenty of important talks from TedX to major medical conferences around the world. But more importantly, he implements the solution in a new type of healthcare clinic.

He is also founder of what he says is the new model in person centered care:  Advanced Hernia Solutions. The entire team is built around the relationship with the providers and the patients, and uses the latest in technology to the most basic in physician-patient relationships: personal communication, education, and ensuring real comfort and understanding.

A sought after educator, speaker and trainer, he writes and talks about the change that must happen in healthcare because as he writes about complexity science, the model they are implementing, "In complexity science, one principle is that transformational system change can only occur when the system is on the edge of chaos. Another reason for my hope lies in the belief that our healthcare system is close to that edge."

He's a member of The Walking Gallery, and written for the healthcare industry and providers frequently as can be seen on our website from General Surgery News and taught another 100 publications and over 100 national and international courses.

Dr. Ramshaw is the President Elect of the Americas Hernia Society. He was Chief of General Surgery at the University of Missouri, founder of the Emory Hernia Institute, and did his residency at the Georgia Baptist Medical Center after attending medical school at the University of Florida.  He is one of the leaders in several laparoscopic procedures internationally.

Dr. Bruce Ramshaw is both a doctors' doctor and a patient advocate.  We'll be speaking with them both on how it will take total transformation to save healthcare today.