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Health and Healthcare

REINFORCING VALUES

Medical breakthroughs and healthcare pioneers are brought to life through the compelling stories of the doctors, nurses, executives, hospitals, and pharmaceutical companies who have influenced modern healthcare. Write Stuff has effectively captured and chronicled the fascinating blend of science, entrepreneurial spirit, and dedication required for success in today’s competitive markets.

Write Stuff has produced books for a wide range of healthcare organizations that have accomplished critical goals and shared how they have evolved into world-class institutions. Our books reinforce the values that have shaped contemporary healthcare organizations, illustrate how they have grown and developed, and emphasize the cutting-edge research that has helped them prosper.

Some of the most well-respected healthcare organizations have trusted Write Stuff to communicate their accomplishments. Our landmark titles include Henry Ford Health System: A 100 Year Legacy; Northwell Health: Shaping the Future of Health Care; The Legend of Pfizer; The Ship in the Balloon: The Story of Boston Scientific and the Development of Less-Invasive Medicine; The Legend of HCA; Improving the Human Condition: The Story of Sanford Health; Bard: Power of the Past, Force of the Future; and The Past is Prologue: The American College of Cardiology—65 Years of Cardiovascular Innovation.

The quality of our books is evidenced by the quality of our contributors. For example, more than 40 leading cardiothoracic surgeons and cardiologists from around the world contributed to State of the Heart: The Practical Guide to Your Heart and Heart Surgery, the definitive and highly acclaimed consumer guide to heart health.

Healthcare reflects the rapid changes in our world, and Write Stuff books reflect the ongoing transformation of the healthcare industry.

“You have captured the spirit of HCA and the colorful people and events that have shaped its growth in a beautiful rendition that artfully depicts the many twists and turns in our past.”

Thomas F. Frist Jr., MD

Co-founder and Chairman Emeritus
Hospital Corporation of America

Improving the Human Condition has been a great success in telling our story throughout the United States and world, including our role serving as a leading integrated nonprofit health system with a contiguous six state, 300,000-square-mile service area. It also lifts up our international clinics and the search for cures.”

John Paulson

Former Vice President for Corporate Administration
Sanford Health