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The HBR Innovation Center contains a collection of original articles and perspectives from health industry leaders, specially curated by Harvard Business Review and sponsored by Medtronic. This series focuses on ways innovation creates opportunities and enables solutions for better healthcare, impacting payers, clinicians, and health systems. Read and share.
By Michael Geruso, Anupam B. Jena, and Timothy J. Layton
We need policies that shift insurers' financial incentives.
... health insurance markets need to be regulated to eliminate the perverse financial incentives that limit patients’ coverage.
By Catherine Tucker and Christian Catalini
Someone needs to verify the link between digital records and physical objects.
... the usefulness of the technology still critically depends on trusted intermediaries...
By Vijay Govindarajan and Ravi Ramamurti
Three examples from India show how.
... there’s a lot more room for task shifting in U.S. health care.
By Thomas H. Davenport and Keith J. Dreyer, DO
Machine learning is getting better and better at understanding images.
Radiologists ... will need to adopt new skills and work processes.
By Andrew Burt and Samuel Volchenboum
AI will soon know things your physician won't.
How should we ready ourselves for a future in which the burden of diagnosis rests more and more on algorithms?