2016 was a transitional year for Life Sciences, Pharma, and Biotech. Worldwide political changes upset long-standing systems that provided stability for the sector. At the same time, disruptive innovation weakened the power of huge companies to dominate these industry sectors. Despite these challenges, so many technologies are reaching the proverbial "critical mass" that we expect 2017 will be truly transformative. Here are 11 reasons that healthcare will change in 2017 - possibly forever: View full article by downloading attached PDF.
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The inauguration of President Trump has prompted concern among executives in the intellectually/developmentally disabled (I/DD) marketplace. What's going to happen next? What should companies do to protect themselves against reimbursement cuts and other potentially catastrophic changes? What's Going to Happen ...
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Robert Kiyoshi wrote the following in Rich Man, Poor Man: “It’s not how much money you make, but how much money you keep, and how hard it works for you and how many generations you keep it for.” Though not focused on healthcare, he could easily have been talking about the challenges and opportunities available to the leaders of today’s healthcare companies. How do I build high quality, sustainable value in my company while delivering good services and/or products?
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