Simple, Yet Profound Words To Live By: “Commit. Then Figure It Out.”

By | innovation, intersections, launch, leadership, productivity, unusual

With a new year comes new resolutions. And most resolutions are moonshot goals that are only successfully achieved by a select few who are willing to commit. Setting a goal without a willingness to commit is destined for failure. A wise friend once told me: “Commit. Then figure it out.“ This good…

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Personalized Health Care Equally Deserves Personalized Innovation

By | innovation, leadership, trends, uncategorized, unusual

This morning I had a revelation moment that briefly shifted my perspective on health innovation (in a minor but important way). Over the last few months, my 2-year-old daughter has been in and out of several providers’ offices battling numerous infections resultant of her recent entry into school…an inevitable rite of…

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A Call-to-Action Rant: Perspectives from a Doctor & Innovator on Patient-Centered Care

By | innovation, leadership, productivity, trends, uncategorized

I’ll make this brief. I need to get something off my chest. As both a doctor and business innovator, I’m often offended when I see the social stratosphere circulating with comments about how “health was never designed with the patient at the center”. This is extremely misleading and inaccurate. Lets…

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