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  • Welcome to the Museum of Physician Happiness

    Welcome to the Museum of Physician Happiness. I'm your guide, Dr Arlen Meyers. Before we get started, please take notice of the emergency exits and silence your cell phones. You, over there. I said please get off your cell phone!
    • 19/06/2018
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  • Will Free Medical School Make a Difference?

    Ever since The New York University School of Medicine announced that it would waive the tuition of all its students, regardless of merit or need, citing concerns about the “overwhelming financial debt” facing graduates, opinions have been across the...
    • 12/09/2018
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  • Barriers to Digital Health Physician Entrepreneurship

    It seems that almost everyone who has anything to do with sick care is trying to innovate, move the needle, disrupt, create game changers and win the 4th industrial revolution. It could be a case of too many cooks spoiling the broth.
    • 18/07/2018
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  • How to Serve 3 or 4 Sick Care Masters ?

    It used to be all that doctors needed to do was serve the primary interests of their patients. Of course, private practice has always been a conflict of interest.
    • 12/07/2018
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  • How to Innovate with a 3rd World Mindset

    While it is a universal truism that mindset precedes innovation, the circumstances, resources and ecosystems on the ground determine how to turn an idea into a product into an innovation.
    • 27/06/2018
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  • The Impact of the Medical Monopsony

    A monopsony, sometimes referred to as a buyer's monopoly, is a market condition similar to a monopoly. However, in a monopsony, a large buyer, not a seller, controls a large proportion of the market and drives prices down. A monopsony occurs when a...
    • 12/09/2018
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  • The Case for Biomedical Data Traceability

    There is data, data everywhere with layers of blockchain, data analytics and cybersecurity features. Consequently, tracking and tracing biological systems data and processes are an increasingly important part of medical device and biopharmaceutical...
    • 19/06/2018
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  • The End of Textbooks

    The world is changing every day. The challenge is how to teach students to win the 4th industrial revolution. Here's how to robot-proof your kid.
    • 18/06/2018
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  • When White is not the Color of your Parachute

    Once upon a time, people kept a job for 40 years and then retired with a defined benefit pension. They worked for corporations or rode up the promotion and tenure ladder at universities.
    • 11/06/2018
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  • Is your Role to be on Stage or Upstage?

    Entrepreneurs should engage either a personal or corporate advisor or an advisory board. The roles of the advisors differ, but they generally fall into the following categories: money, marketing, making something, management, manpower, mentors,...
    • 10/06/2018
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  • Why We Should Teach Digital Health Entrepreneurship

    Digital health products and services are rapidly diffusing into clinical medicine. Technologies like telemedicine, artificial intelligence and remote sensing are the new tools in the black bag of increasing numbers of clinicians.
    • 08/06/2018
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  • Rookie Entrepreneur Mindset Mistakes

    Innovation starts with the right mindset . Doctors who are considering a side gig or an alternative non-clinical career, have a hard time getting their heads around the entrepreneurial mindset . There is a difference between the clinical mindset and...
    • 02/08/2018
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  • 10 Reasons Why Medical Societies Should Offer Bioentrepreneurship Education

    Doctors are questioning the value proposition of national, state and local medical societies. In addition, their membership base has shifted from independent physicians in private practice to employed physicians working for fewer and fewer consolidated...
    • 08/08/2018
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  • The Myth of Patient Consumerism

    The newest mantra in sick care is patient empowerment to make them effective consumers of care. The underlying assumption seems to be that by giving them the information they need, patients will make sick care decisions, and even health care decisions,...
    • 08/08/2018
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  • Patient and Doctor Education: What is the Secret Sauce?

    The holy grail of migrating sick care to health care is changing doctor and patient behavior. To paraphrase Drucker, all the rest is a cost.
    • 26/08/2018
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  • Encouraging Sick Care Trends

    It is easy to be cynical about the present state of sick care affairs. We see the negatives like doctors leaving practice prematurely, high rates of burn out and physician suicide, national political polarization, and, of course, all things EMR.
    • 23/08/2018
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  • How To Pick a Residency if You are Interested in Entrepreneurship

    Applying for and being accepted to a residency after medical school is a complex, important decision. There are several factors to consider including the reputation of the place, the likelihood you will be accepted, the culture, whether it is a "good...
    • 23/08/2018
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  • Side Gig or Entree?

    These days more and more doctors have a side hustle, whether it be a way to earn more money, recovering from a disability, disciplinary action, disqualification, disaster or divorce, or as a pathway to exiting clinical medicine altogether. There are...
    • 18/08/2018
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  • Are You Measuring Inputs or Impact?

    Sick care products and services, whether they are created by a for profit or non-profit, ultimately should be measured by the impact they have on patients or beneficiaries. Have you achieved your mission?
    • 17/08/2018
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  • How to Find a Sick Care Job These Days

    Sick care work has changed, along with the rest of the economy, so finding a job in the new sick care world will take a different strategy.
    • 15/08/2018
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