Even as the U.S. begins implementation of one of the most comprehensive healthcare policies ever passed, Regina Herzlinger, a leading researcher and long-time advocate of consumer-driven healthcare, argues that policy cannot fix the broken healthcare system. Speaking at a conference hosted by the W. P. Carey School of Business, Herzlinger said it will be consumer-focused entrepreneurial innovation that fixes the system — providing that politicians, providers, insurers, and others with vested interests in the status quo get out of the way.
May 20, 2013
It’s a Catch-22: Practitioners in the healthcare supply chain — hospital administrators,
When it comes to healthcare in the United States, for the most part we agree on the core problems: unsustainable
Eugene Schneller has been at the lead of research initiatives concerning the emergence of supply chain