Disruptive innovation, applied to healthcare
New York Times, February 4, 2009
The U.S. healthcare system is on life support because it costs too much and saps economic vitality, achieves far too little return on investment, and isn't distributed equitably, according to this commentary published in the New York Times. The piece calls for a new healthcare business model based on "disruptive innovation," with advances in medical technology and research paving the way for better and more effective individualized care without increased costs.
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