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  • What About the Caregiver Experience?

    As the global population ages, family and friends caregivers (FFCs) are being called on to do more of the heavy lifting, both metaphorically and actually.
    • 09/10/2018
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  • Healthcare: What are your Innovation IRR's?

    When it comes to getting your employees (intrapreneurs), or the citizens of your country, to act like entrepreneurs, many have a hard time getting people to show up ready to play. Entrepreneurship is dropping in the US. In addition, some countries,...
    • 27/09/2018
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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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  • Artificial Intelligence in the Digital Health Sector

    What does a $1 Billion dollars get you in higher ed these days? M.I.T is using the money to build a college for artificial intelligence. The goal, according to the M.I.T. president, is to "educate the bilinguals of the future".
    • 27/10/2018
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  • The Sick Care Artificial Intelligence Use Case Primer

    Digital health definitions vary but the term is usually used to describe the use of information and communications technologies to exchange medical information. How it is used and for what purpose varies from one use case to the next.
    • 29/12/2018
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  • How to Close the Sick Care Digital Divide

    2019 will be a big year for 5G. But, as the saying goes, the future is now, just unevenly distributed.
    • 05/01/2019
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  • Healthcare: Don't Make These Fund Raising Mistakes

    Raising money is hard, whether it be for a for profit or not for profit. You will need a plan and the right people to do it. For most entrepreneurs, it is a full time consideration.
    • 04/01/2019
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  • What Sickcare and Global Energy Can Learn From Each Other

    Few, if any, industries can be fixed from inside. If you give a conference and only have few people sitting in the audience, the likelihood is that at the next year's conference the same people will be talking about what they talked about last year.
    • 03/01/2019
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  • Will Surgeons Lose their Skills in the Age of Automation?

    The sick care industry has a lot to learn from the airline industry, like flight operations (OR scheduling and turnover), cockpit management (check lists, time outs and huddles) and demand management and pricing (new models of charging for unused OR...
    • 02/01/2019
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  • Artificial Intelligence Leadership Challenges in Healthcare

    Scaling a business or organization takes many skills. Probably the most critical is building and leading diverse and inclusive high performance teaGms. Sick care is no exception, where medical care teams are increasingly being urged to work with...
    • 01/01/2019
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  • Opportunities in Primary Care Entrepreneurship

    We need more primary care entrepreneurs. Fewer adults are seeing their primary care physician (PCP), opting more often to see a nurse practitioner (NP) and physician assistant (PA), according to a new research brief from the Health Care Cost Institute...
    • 31/12/2018
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  • What They Won't Teach You in Health Administration Schools

    I think "health administration" is an anachronism, since we have a sick care system masquerading as a health care system and the last thing we need is more administrators, rather than leaderpreneurs.
    • 10/10/2018
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  • The Business Case For Patient and Doctor Experience Innovation

    There are three basic ways to establish or TEE up a competitive advantage: Technological excellence, Execution/operational excellence and customer Experience excellence e.g speed, convenience, service and high touch. You must dominate on one, but be...
    • 29/12/2018
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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • How was the Entrepreneurship Conference, Doctor?

    So now that biomedical and clinical innovation and entrepreneurship are on the lips of seemingly anyone who has anything to do with sick care, we are seeing lots of seminars, conferences and workshops on the subjects. The latest twist is to get...
    • 10/05/2018
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  • The Doctor Wounded Wallet Syndrome: Signs and Symptoms

    Various sick care financial indicators tell us that the industry is struggling to adjust. The vitals signs are somewhat unstable and concerning. In some instances, they are confusing. While aggregate average operating margins for hospitals are...
    • 08/05/2018
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  • How About Doctor Consumerism?

    The latest sick care-ism is medical consumerism. This latest affront to the profession—one that affects medical insurers as well—comes as a direct result of the national effort to encourage people to take greater control of their medical care....
    • 26/03/2018
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