Gil is the managing partner for the FINN Partners Global Health Practice

Gil Bashe

An ambassador for health communications as the essential bridge connecting healers and those seeking to be healed.

https://www.finnpartners.com/about/leadership/gil-bashe.html

Champion for health innovation that sustains life and improves patient care, Gil has been tapped by PharmaVOICE "as one of the 100 most inspiring people in healthcare;" recognized by the PRSA Health Academy with its "Excellence in Public Relations" award, selected for the PR News "Hall of Fame," chosen as a MM&M Top 10 Innovation Catalyst and by PRWeek/MM&M as a Top 50 Health Influencer. An American Heart Association and Marfan Foundation advocate for patient engagement and access to care, Gil has led three top agencies cited by The Holmes Report as "Healthcare PR Agency of the Year" winners.  Gil is an ordained rabbi, former paratrooper combat medic and advocate for brands that can improve the human condition.  He is co-author of Branding Health Services: Defining Yourself in the Marketplace.

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Destruction or Disruption — COVID-19 Forces Overdue Health-Sector Change

by Gil Bashe
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Racism Is the Root of Disease and Health Disparities

by Gil Bashe
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THE RETURN TO SAGE WISDOM: COVID-19 HAS DISRUPTED DECISION-MAKING AND LEADERSHIP

by Gil Bashe
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The Stay-at-Home Lifestyle May Launch a New Wellness Mindset

by Gil Bashe
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Does COVID-19 Show-Up in a New Symptom – “Trust Deregulation”

by Gil Bashe
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Connecting Moments to Find the Inner Soul of Wellness

by Gil Bashe
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The Pandemic of Poor Communications

by Gil Bashe
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Social Distancing – The Irrational Anxiety of Solitude

by Gil Bashe
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A Member of Our Family – Gone

by Gil Bashe
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Colleagues, Community, Culture Are the “Location, Location, Location” of Satisfying Careers

by Gil Bashe
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Glass Half Empty? Glass Half Full?

by Gil Bashe
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“So Frightened, I Could Die”

by Gil Bashe
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Why Do Well-Paid Employees Quit? Or, a Well-Paid Servant is Still a Servant

by Gil Bashe
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