Have You Started Your Data Expedition Yet?

In 1803, Thomas Jefferson sent Meriwether Lewis and William Clark on their now famous expedition. The initial goal was to find a water-based route to the Pacific Ocean in addition to exploring the unmapped West. They imagined they’d find woolly mammoths, mountains of pure salt, lava-spewing volcanoes and never before seen creatures. What they foundContinue reading “Have You Started Your Data Expedition Yet?”

This is a Revolution (not a Transformation) – Five Key Areas for Disruptive Innovation in Healthcare

If you are like me, when you hear the word innovation you imagine big things … putting a man on the moon … flying cars … low cost renewable energy … even a cure for cancer.  I can hear The Jetsons music playing in my head as I write this. We are only limited byContinue reading “This is a Revolution (not a Transformation) – Five Key Areas for Disruptive Innovation in Healthcare”

Healthcare Delivery Innovation Needs to Happen Faster

I was recently asked to chair a panel and moderate a roundtable at the upcoming 2015 State Healthcare IT Connect Summit in Baltimore, MD on March 23th and 24th. I am hosting a roundtable entitled Turning Insight into Action with Patient-Centered Care Management on Monday the 23rd at 1:00pm … and the panel is entitledContinue reading “Healthcare Delivery Innovation Needs to Happen Faster”

How Do Data Loopholes Slow Down the Treatment of Breast Cancer?

Considering it’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the timing of this post is hopefully helping a very important cause.  For reasons I won’t go into here, I’ve recently become more familiar with breast cancer then I would have otherwise.  When confronted with a new topic of interest, it’s my nature to dig in and learn everythingContinue reading “How Do Data Loopholes Slow Down the Treatment of Breast Cancer?”