Who says innovation belongs to the small?
For more than a decade, the prevailing view of innovation has been that it bubbled up from the bottom, from upstarts and insurgents, according to this article in the New York Times. Big companies didn't innovate, and venture-backed start-up companies were cast as the nimble winners and large corporations as the sluggish losers. But a shift in thinking is under way, according to the article.
- As Medicare Advantage Cuts Loom, Disagreement Over Program's Stability
- Surgical Checklists Unused in 10% of Hospitals, CMS Data Shows
- Doctors Feel Pressure to Accept Risk-based Reimbursement
- A Fresh Look at End-of-Life Care
- 3 in 4 Patients Want E-mail Consultations
- Heart Attack Patient Costs Skyrocket Beyond 30 Days
- Centralizing the Revenue Cycle Protects the Bottom Line
- ACGME Chief Sees 'Huge' Risk of Error in Proposed Assistant Physician Licensure
- 3 Insider Tips on Cutting Costs without Strangling Growth
- 4 Tectonic Shifts Shaking Up Healthcare