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CAMBRIDGE, MA (JULY 10, 2007) — Management Sciences for Health is pleased to announce the publication of Gerentes que lideran: Un manual para mejorar los servicios de salud. Gerentes que lideran, the Spanish version of the MSH best seller Managers Who Lead, is based on ideas and approaches of renowned leadership thinkers and applies these approaches to challenges health managers face. It offers leading and managing practices that managers can use with their teams to overcome obstacles and realize their vision of better health for all.

CAMBRIDGE, MA (MAY 16, 2007)—Management Sciences for Health (MSH) announced today a reorganization that will strengthen MSH’s work in saving lives and improving health, particularly of the world’s poorest and most vulnerable people. Effective July 2, 2007, MSH will decentralize key management functions in order to move decisions and resources closer to the field. The new organizational model will reduce and realign some home-office functions to increase nimbleness and efficiency across the organization and to balance the FY08 budget.

CAMBRIDGE, MA (NOVEMBER 28, 2007)—Management Sciences for Health (MSH) has named Christine W. Letts as its new board chair and Drs. Sue Goldie and Jim Yong Kim as new members of the board of trustees. Letts is the Associate Dean for Executive Education at Harvard University and has been an MSH board member since 1993. She is also a Rita E. Hauser Lecturer in the Practice of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. Dr.

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