Technology in Health Care: Thriving in a Patient-Centric Era

The present is a great time for health care innovation. Instead of looking at the shutdown in Washington, D.C., or the battle over the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act as a failure of the system, entrepreneurs and inventors should be looking at it as an opportunity. As the financier Nathan Rothchild so famously stated, “great fortunes are made when cannonballs fall in the harbor, not when violins play in the ballroom.” Likewise, the current upheaval and chaos in the health care industry is providing the opportunity for those on the cutting edge to implement new methods focused on the triple aim of improving outcomes, reducing cost, and improving patient experience.

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