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June 28, 2018
by Simon Hughes

A fond farewell to Jeanne Chamberlin as she begins her next adventure – retirement

She’s one of the smartest people I have ever met. I would even argue that she might be an even bigger champion of the independent physician than I am. Jeanne Chamberlin accidentally walked into my professional life at a dry cleaners in Chapel Hill … still the best errand I’ve run to date. Jeanne joined […]

June 27, 2018
by Simon Hughes

Lessons I learned from 35 years in healthcare

When I graduated from Duke with a Master’s Degree in Public Policy, one of my professors advised me that the best way to ensure a challenging and rewarding career was to work in a policy area that was always changing. It appears I chose well, as it’s hard to think of another industry that changes […]

January 26, 2018
by Simon Hughes

A much-deserved retirement for Cameron M. Cox, Jr.

January 1, 2018, was a bittersweet day – a sad day for me professionally but a fantastically happy day personally. This date marked the official retirement of my father and a great mentor, Cameron Cox, Jr. As a kid, I remember my dad leaving the house before sunrise. Cam Jr. has always been an incredibly […]