Posts Tagged ‘technology’

Healthcare Innovation: Sense/Respond/Adapt series, part 1

May 2nd, 2016

More Consultants and Technologies? Or the Right Consultant and Technology?

 My years as a physician, healthcare executive, academic researcher and patient have taught me one thing for sure: in acute care medicine and management, although our predictions and estimates are usually correct, we really don’t know what’s going to happen tomorrow.

If you are a clinician, you know as soon as you say, “Boy, it sure is quiet tonight,” the ambulances from a crash of a busload of hemophiliacs arrive. For an executive, it’s always another unexpected cost, drop in volume, unfunded mandate, regulation, or audit that disrupts our best-laid plans. We live in an unpredictable world because unexpected, unpredictable things happen.

Most of us intuitively know that is true – but why is healthcare so unpredictable?

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Dr. Kenagy’s Invitation from the Disruptive Science & Technology Journal

February 4th, 2013

Dr. Kenagy has been asked by Dr. Alan Russell, Editor-in-Chief, to join the Editorial Board for the Disruptive Science & Technology Journal. He has accepted the offer and considers this a great honor to join such a highly innovative and diverse group! Read the rest of this entry »