Gabriel Perna

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Gabriel Perna is the digital editor at Chief Executive Group, overseeing content on chiefexecutive.net and boardmember.com. Previously, he was at Physicians Practice and Healthcare Informatics. You can reach him via email or on Twitter at @GabrielSPerna

Athenahealth CEO Jonathan Bush Resigns: Avoiding a Similar Fate

Jonathan Bush was the founder and CEO of Athenahealth, a successful healthcare software company, until he was unceremoniously pushed out the door. How an activist group upended all that and what can CEOs learn from this saga.

U.S. Manufacturers Continue To See Strong Growth In 2018

This year continues to be a strong one for U.S. manufacturers, and analysts expect the trend will continue, largely driven by strength in the global economy.

How AI and Deep Learning Could Remake Global Healthcare

Christopher Bouton, molecular neurobiologist turned entrepreneur, sees a lot of potential for artificial intelligence and deep learning algorithms in the healthcare sector.

The Industries That Overly Rely On Performance Metrics

Part two of our interview with Jerry Z. Muller, author of The Tyranny of Metrics. He says healthcare and finance CEOs should be leery of relying on performance metrics.

Fixating On Performance Metrics Can Hurt Your Company

Jerry Z. Muller, author of “The Tyranny of Metrics,” says that CEOs tend to lose sight of the bigger picture when focusing on performance metrics.
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