Our 4 Keys to Virtual Success

by Toby Nathan, Senior Recruitment Consultant, Rudish Executive Search

As virtual employees, we face challenges not presented in the traditional workspace. Rudish Health Solutions continues to innovate and evaluate how we can improve and streamline our operations. We’ve narrowed it down to four essential keys:   Over-Communicate! As a virtual company, we don’t … Continue reading “Our 4 Keys to Virtual Success”


On Leadership

Rudish Health Solution’s President and CEO, Russ Rudish sat down with High Performance Counsel (HPC) to talk about key lessons in leadership. Russ draws on a rich and successful career in consulting including top global leadership posts in the majors. HPC:  From who or what do you draw inspiration as a leader? Russ:  From mentors in … Continue reading “On Leadership”


How to Create an Award Winning Life

by Russ Rudish, President & CEO, Rudish Health Solutions

After retiring from decades of big firm consulting a few years ago, I knew I wanted to stay in the game. But in what position? On which team? And even, which game? Once I decided to stay with my career-long passion of Healthcare, I wrote myself an … Continue reading “How to Create an Award Winning Life”


Day After Tomorrow Health Care

by Russ Rudish, President & CEO, Rudish Health Solutions

As technology accelerates change, 5 to 10 years may be here the day after tomorrow, when we’ll see: The patient transformed into a engaged healthcare consumer The healthcare consumer at the center of the healthcare universe Genomics-guided care, with personalized medicine based upon each person’s … Continue reading “Day After Tomorrow Health Care”


Presidential Discourse

by Russ Rudish, President & CEO of Rudish Health Solutions

In the 2008 presidential campaign, it was all about establishing a better healthcare system for the nation. In 2012, it was all about repealing Obamacare. And in 2016? Almost nothing about healthcare. Why the deafening silence? Is the system fixed? Have the costs … Continue reading “Presidential Discourse”