The healthcare industry can point to many failures, including perverse incentives, siloed data, and resistance to change. But the worst malfunction of all is disregard for the consumer.
As we move past the one-month mark of dealing with COVID19 in the United States, it’s important to document the lessons we are learning and inventory obstacles we’re facing in fighting this invisible enemy. When the pandemic passes, and it will pass, we need to be able to assess root causes and adjust to ensure
Life is always interesting. Just a few months ago I was living through the bitter disappointment of the Baltimore Ravens losing a heavily favored playoff game to the Tennessee Titans. Today, I’m sheltering in place wondering when the grocery store will get another shipment of toilet paper and canned soup. COVID-19 has accelerated more rapidly