Tredici (WPVI) -- Steve Klasko contains multitudes; DJ, marathon runner, sky diver, author, visionary hospital administrator and all-purpose disrupter-there is far more to him than can be captured in a single sitting.
That's why this edition of Overheard at Tredici is a two-volume set.
In part one, we talk about what drives Steve, who influences him, and how he maintains his frenetic pace, boundless curiosity and the open-minded doggedness that has made him not only a Philadelphia renaissance man, but a reformer who gets results.
In part two, we delve into Steve's various areas of expertise, with special emphasis on his prescription for a healthcare system that finally, and truly, focuses on meeting patients' needs.
Want to skip around? Check out these highlights:
3:10 - How healthcare is preparing for a radical change in demographics
5:07 - Food deserts, why they exist, what we can learn from them, and the misconceptions about who wants to eat nutritiously.
7:15 - The people who use medical tech aren't who you think they are
9:01 - How does he get it all done, including the fun stuff?
10:08 - One of his few pet peeves - it's what YOU didn't do!
15:42 - Who are the people you should have under you?
17:41 - Dissatisfied, happy or content? All Three!
18:57 - Non-disruptive disruption is not disruption
20:57 - Can we make a strong case for Philadelphia? Not right now...
21:15 - How would people describe Stephen Klasko?
26:34 - The missing ingredient around Philadelphia.
27:52 - How is music a piece of Stephen Klasko?
32:24 - The admissions change that could triple diversity.
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