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I spent 12 hours at a hospital in the heart of Brooklyn — and saw what the future of medicine could look like





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“This hospital wasn’t always like this,” says Douglas Jablon, the senior vice president of patient relations at Maimonides Medical Center.

Today, when he walks around this Brooklyn hospital, he hears as many as 70 languages. When he arrived 41 years ago, diversity meant having Orthodox Jews and other Jews in the same space. Jablon, who is Jewish, said his main job was to get them all to get along.

Then the hospital decided to encourage people from outside the Jewish community to come through its doors, and Jablon took on the challenge. At his first stop — St. Finbar’s, a Catholic church read more >>>

Source:: BusinessInsider.Com

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