Published by Selling to the Masses on Oct. 13, 2014
Dr. John Kenagy, MD, developer of Adaptive Design and founder of Kenagy & Associates talks with Selling to the Masses host Derek Ridenoure about the innovative management techniques and product development approaches illustrated by Adaptive Design. Modeling innovative methods of forward-looking companies, Adaptive Design empowers management to create solutions to problems as they happen on the frontline. These small changes lead to progressively better care at lower cost.
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We are happy to announce that Kenagy & Associates has a new logo and motto, both symbolic of Adaptive Design (AD)! Here’s the meaning behind the symbols… Continue reading
Published in the For Your Advantage newsletter (Volume 12, Issue 4 – February 19, 2013) by TrendLeader Connections
I discovered a small book recently that taught me a lot about modern day healthcare. The author is Harry G. Frankfurt, Emeritus Professor of Moral Philosophy at Yale University. The title of Professor Frankfurt’s treatise on Moral Philosophy is unusual because it refers directly to the excrement of large, male bovines. The title is On Bull—- (2005). I’ll let you fill in the dashes. Continue reading
Published by Government Health IT on February 20, 2013. Article written by Michael F. Arrigo, Managing partner, No World Borders
According to a recent presentation at a Stanford Business forum, healthcare Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS) is an emerging market equaling $325 million worldwide, with an addressable market that is larger. Intelligent Insights on Wednesday ramped up the sector by announcing that it won a $543 million contract with the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA) to deploy RTLS technologies across 152 medical centers in 5 years. Continue reading
“Today’s healthcare environment is extremely complex. It’s also dynamic and, more than anything else, it’s unpredictable. Traditional methods for improvement have a high likelihood of failure. And yet change is not an option: it’s a necessity.”
I wrote that in 2009 for my book, Designed to Adapt: Leading Healthcare in Challenging Times. It still applies but the necessity has increased dramatically. Our current methods and systems are not sustainable.