n=1: How the Uniqueness of Each Individual Is Transforming Healthcare ePub (Adobe DRM) download by Gary Bisbee

n=1: How the Uniqueness of Each Individual Is Transforming Healthcare

Prospecta Press
Publication date: February 2015
ISBN: 9781632260192
Digital Book format: ePub (Adobe DRM)

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This book, n=1 is a collaboration of physician health system CEO, venture capital entrepreneur and leading global business advisor and best-selling business author. These differing perspectives provide insights into the forces transforming the global society, business and professions with a focus on US healthcare and its transformation. Healthcare leaders must develop the incisive questions that challenge the orthodoxies hindering organizational transformation. Our experience indicates leaders of successful non-healthcare organizations develop cultures of inquiry that guide their organizations through dramatic market change.
Unique individuals are the driving force in the transformation of healthcare. Digitization has democratized information, which feeds the desire of people to act, behave and be treated as unique individuals. Scientific innovation is revealing the importance of our biologic individuality. The financial risk of healthcare is increasingly passed to individuals and providers, fueling changes in financial incentives. An individual with information knows their options, and wants to choose the option most suited to his or her unique healthcare needs and financial means. This profound and fundamental change in the individual’s expectations and behavior is accelerating healthcare transformation.The title of this book, n = 1, is a symbol of the uniqueness of individuals. The n=1 will transform healthcare.
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