Insights: U.S. healthcare mentors developing leaders in rural African practices

Podcast - December 17, 2019

Leadership Development

Population Health

Health Information Technology

In this episode of the MGMA Insights podcast, we’re joined by Peter Korzenik and Larry Epstein representing Give Back Global, a nonprofit pairing African healthcare providers with highly skilled U.S. volunteers in order to improve management and non-clinical business operations in remote African areas. Korzenik is the founder and president of the organization, and Epstein has served as a program mentor since late 2018. 

To learn more or get involved, visit or reach out to Korzenik on LinkedIn.   

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