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The 21st Century's Alarm Clock Is About To Go Off

In case you haven't noticed, the 21st century is about to begin. I'll make an argument that it really didn't begin in the year 2000. It's beginning today and that incessant ringing might be your alarm clock signaling that it's time to wake up. Or perhaps for some, it's your smartphone providing a melodic tone that lulls you into snooze mode.

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Telehealth Will Cause A Major Shift With Providers

And you thought telehealth was just a less expensive and more convenient way to replace the physical office visit, right? Well...think again friends. Because in the next few years, you are about to see hospitals and health systems expand and explode! And its going to come through powerful marketing, wise investment, and monster M&A activity.

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The Importance of Optimising Your Strategic Planning Process

“Strategy is style of thinking, a conscious and deliberate process, an intensive implementation system, the science of insuring future success.” Pete Johnson

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How to Moderate Comments?

User-submitted comments in websites are frequently ill-tempered, intolerant, misogynistic, or utterly ill-informed. As a result, a number of media enterprises have chosen to get rid of comment components entirely. Some other sites have started intensively regulating what users submit as well as restricting when they may do so.

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The Most Important Graph in the World

The conundrum between consuming more resources to alleviate dire poverty and the need to stop growth to save the planet, is going to need all our combined wisdom and efforts. This article from Reason outlines the issues at stake.

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Best Diets of 2018: Déjà vu All Over Again?

In what has become a seasonal rite nearly as reliable as the solstice, US News and World Report has issued its rankings of best diets to coincide with the turn of the calendar. Once again, I was privileged to serve as one of the judges.

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Social Networks Distort Reality

At least one of the peculiar aspects of social networks is the manner in which a group of ideas, images, or messages can easily disperse like wildfire while, at the same time, others which appear equally appealing or captivating, hardly sink in. The material, in itself, can not be the root of this discrepancy. Rather, there needs to be certain attributes of the network that transforms in order to enable some concepts to disseminate but not others of equal merit.

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