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Mar 10 2016
Special Announcement from Kathy

By: Kathryn Ruscitto  Blog: Advancing Excellence

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A servant leader’s job is to preserve our mission, lead strategy, engage and respond to community needs, and support our colleagues. Every leader carries the torch for a leg of the race to achieve what’s needed for that time and place. A servant leader’s job is also equally important to know when it’s time to pass the torch. After sixteen years at St. Joseph’s, it’s time.

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Jan 31 2016
Time to Give the Blog a Rest

By: Kathryn Ruscitto  Blog: Advancing Excellence

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Five years and 214 blogs. I started out writing about our mission, and values and ended up learning more than I ever anticipated about our culture.

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Jan 24 2016
How is Joe doing?

By: Kathryn Ruscitto  Blog: Advancing Excellence

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Over the past few years we have told the story of Joe. First we described Joe's fragmented care in a cartoon in a fee for service environment, then we showed Joe receiving coordinated care in the new environment.

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Jan 17 2016
Remembering a wonderful voice

By: Kathryn Ruscitto  Blog: Advancing Excellence

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Tomorrow we have a prayer service mid morning in memory of Dr. Martin Luther King. He was a wonderful writer, and leader who used words to move our thinking forward. Words that fit today's world perfectly. Please join us at 10:30 in L100a.

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Jan 10 2016
Creating Caring Communities

By: Kathryn Ruscitto  Blog: Advancing Excellence

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Recently we have seen a great deal of attention on the issues related to poverty in Syracuse.

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