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  • How to Pick a Sick Care Coworking Space

    Coworking is the way people work these days. Coworking now takes up 27million sq feet of office space across the US, and 19 more growth statistics that prove coworking is the new normal.
    • 26/02/2019
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  • The Conventional Wisdom is Fake News

    If anything else, the role of innovators is to challenge the conventional wisdom. But, blowing things up, poking your fingers in the eyes of vested interests and ignoring conventional wisdom often come with serious consequences.
    • 22/03/2018
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  • Boardsmanship 101

    A very long time ago, I can remember walking into the Palmer House in Chicago to take my board examination administered by the American Board of Otolaryngology and Ophthalmology...yes, that's how long ago it was when both boards were combined....
    • 12/04/2018
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  • Recent Advances in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Neophilia

    The conventional wisdom is that the sick care, higher education and government establishments are resistant to change. Not true, says theoretical physicist, Leonard Mlodinow, who believes human beings have the unique ability to think flexibly in ways...
    • 09/05/2018
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  • Is there a US Doctor Brain Drain?

    We read and hear a lot about why doctors are so grumpy. But, are doctors really leaving clinical practice at higher rates compared to the past? Are they just talking, or are they really telling people to take this white coat and shove it? And, what...
    • 24/09/2018
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  • What's Driving Sick Care ?

    The transformation of sick care to health care continues its relentless march. The forces of innovation are not unique to the industry, but, rather pervasive in all industries.
    • 16/02/2019
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  • How to Navigate the Four Career Crises

    Remember when you were 18 and everyone kept asking about what you're going to do next? At the other end of the spectrum was the mid-life crisis and all those raised eyebrows when you drove up in the Maserati with that person on your arm or you are...
    • 18/02/2019
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  • Why Your Innovation Initiative Will Fail

    There are many reasons why your startup will fail, but the main ones are 1) you create a product or service no one wants to buy, and 2) you do not have a profitable and VAST business model.
    • 18/02/2019
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  • Where are the Entrepreneurial Lawyers?

    I recently found myself in a room filled with in house healthcare lawyers. I was the only doc, let alone physician entrepreneur, there.
    • 20/02/2019
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  • What Sick Care Innovators Should Know about Sales and Marketing

    Sick care innovators, be they scientists, engineers or health professionals, typically 1) focus on a solution instead of a problem , and, 2) fall short when it comes to selling and marketing their product, service or process improvement. Those are two...
    • 23/02/2019
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  • How to Lower US Sick Care Costs

    If you are reading this, it is likely that you are furious about the cost of care in the US, opaque pricing, exhorbitant out of pocket expenses, unaffordable health insurance that leaves you holding the bag or a bankruptcy declaration anyway and...
    • 18/07/2019
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  • What's Wrong with Medical Information?

    Many of us have had the maddening experience of going to see a doctor and being told that your medical information is "not in our system". The reasons are many:
    • 11/07/2019
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  • The Problem with List and Leave

    The real estate industry has a term for a certain type of realtor behavior-list and leave. Maybe you have experienced it the last time you hired a realtor to sell your property. What happens is after signing a listing agreement, the realtor puts a big,...
    • 18/06/2019
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  • NHS: A view from Across the Pond

    During a recent trip to the UK and Ireland, I visited some NHS leaders, startup entrepreneurs, those involved in the privately insured market and, of course, ordinary folks befuddled about all things Brexit.
    • 07/06/2019
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  • Residency: How to Crush Your 80 Hour Work Week Earning Minimum Wage

    Here was my schedule during residency training: Monday: arrive 5 am and leave the hopital when everything that needed to be done was done, usually about 7pm. Since call was every other night, I worked on call until the following morning, sleeping in...
    • 23/07/2019
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  • The Medical Student Guide to Physician Entrepreneurship

    Some of you might have taken my advice to a premed, and, despite your misgivings, are now medical students.
    • 06/08/2019
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  • Healthcare Entrepreneurs are Pioneers, Not Navigators

    I co-authored a book called The Lifescience Innovation Roadmap. I now realize that the title is misleading. You see, the entrepreneurial journey is more like finding your way from one place to the envisioned next without clear roads, exits or...
    • 12/08/2019
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  • Change Your Innovator's DNA Expression

    In their book, The Innovator's DNA, the authors identified 5 parts to the secret sauce of innovative business success: In thinking about how these skills work together, they found it useful to apply the metaphor of DNA. Associating is like the backbone...
    • 14/10/2019
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  • Healthcare Entrepreneurship: How to Divorce your Cofounder

    The love is gone. Ideas haven't had sex in months. The infatuation is stale and now you are surrounded and stressed by the startup blues. You and your cofounder are at each other's throat, some have gone dark or simply no longer are meeting...
    • 22/10/2019
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  • Biomedical Entrepreneur Roles, Holes and Goals

    Biomedical and clinical entrepreneurship is the pursuit of opportunity under VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) conditions with the goal of creating stakeholder defined value through the deployment of innovation using a VAST business...
    • 25/10/2019
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