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Economics
The Fleeting Attention Cycle — Focus Matters for Individuals and Society
Crisis Du Jour What are the similarities and differences among daily eating habits, dental hygiene, AIDS, Monkey Pox,… Read More
By September 22, 2022
Innovation
Learning to Thrive: Integrating Mental Health Services within K-12 Ed
The stresses of modern-day life for children and teenagers are generating overwhelming demand for youth mental health services…. Read More
By and September 8, 2022
System Dynamics
Healthcare’s Jobs to Be Done (Part 2): Application
Clay Christensen’s insights on disruption and innovation have shaped my perspective on health industry transformation and featured prominently… Read More
By August 30, 2022
Outcomes
Healthcare’s Jobs to Be Done (Part 1): A Primer
I’ve been an admirer of Clay Christensen’s work since the late 1990s. Shortly after he published The Innovator’s… Read More
By August 23, 2022
Policy
Dobbs, Hyde, and Sweaty Tourists
The Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health has not just roiled the political landscape. The… Read More
By August 18, 2022
Consumerism
Where Medicare Advantage Patients Come From
When people talk about Medicare Advantage, all they ever seem to want to talk about is the continuing… Read More
By August 17, 2022
Economics
Healthcare’s Defining Paradox: Irresistible Consumerism Confronts an Unmovable Status Quo
The 1971 Nebraska vs. Oklahoma college football game featured the defending champion, top-ranked, number-one-defense Nebraska Cornhuskers against the… Read More
By and August 11, 2022
Outcomes
Your Hospital Is Average
If you want great medical care, you should move to Lake Wobegon, where all the hospitals are above… Read More
By August 10, 2022
Consumerism
I Think Your Personal Health Information Alarm Is Going Off
I’ve probably checked hundreds of boxes that said I read, accept and/or agree to a company’s privacy policy…. Read More
By August 9, 2022
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