Mar 5, Rebecca Fogg
Christensen’s Theory of Disruptive Innovation tells us that a critical condition of disruption (but not the only one) is an “enabling technology.” Still, it’s solving consumers’ unmet needs that will ultimately disrupt the industry—not beating competitors in a technological arms race. So what can we learn about the disruptive potential of telemedicine from CVS and its Minute Clinic Video Visits?
Mar 1, Phuoc Le
The more we invest in the lives and livelihoods of immigrants, the more we invest in the United States, its ideals, and its future. But the Trump Administration’s proposed changes to the Public Charge rule would make it harder for immigrants with low socioeconomic status to gain permanent U.S. residence. We all have a responsibility to vocalize dissent against the Department of Homeland Security’s morally and fiscally-flawed anti-immigrant proposal.
Feb 20, Vince Kuraitis and Deven McGraw
The U.S. Congress is considering broad privacy and data protection legislation in 2019, with a strong possibility that this legislation will pass. So what would the potential impact be on all healthcare stakeholders—including patients? Here are 6 key issues for healthcare to look out for.