This infographic illustrates what it means for the industry to shift its focus from sick care to health status. Let’s reshape the industry to something smart.
Healthcare costs can vary greatly based on where we choose to receive it. Understanding these differences can help us be smarter consumers – playing an important role in the Smart Health Market.
The voice of consumers comes through loud and clear as they express their dissatisfaction with the current healthcare experience. It’s time for better service, convenience, lower costs, and transparency.
We’ve been fans of design thinking for quite some time – especially as a catalyst for innovation and moving past the status quo holding healthcare captive. Jeanne Liedtka, professor of business administration at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business contributed a great article on the subject in a recent edition of The Harvard
In an article for the NEJM Catalyst blog, Dr. Bruce Leff of Johns Hopkins University Medical Center shares his experiences and beliefs in moving care out of the traditional – and not-so-accommodating – hospital institution and into the comfort of the patient’s home. He recants what anyone who has ever stayed a night in a