Insights (Essays)

Insights (Essays) December 2010

Our essays from 2010 – and more

December 23, 2010

To: Our readers

Subject: Our essays from 2010 – and more

Enjoy these gems courtesy of our authors, editors and publishers. All material provided below is freely available for your reading pleasure.

Managing Healthcare Systems – Complex Systems. David Levine, Chief Executive Officer of the Montreal Regional Health Authority, reviews the authority’s reform agenda. Looks at: Where are we now! What’s the new balance of power just legislated? (Dec. 2010). See and hear his presentation now.

Lessons Learned in changing healthcare  (free, chapter by chapter)
14 physicians reflect on change they managed and the lessons they learned. Our preeminent thinkers and essayists include: Batalden, Kerrigan, Krumholz, Headrick, Meyer, Deyo, Margolis, Dayley, Holmboe, Lee, Edwards, Kaplan, Pryor, and Swensen. It doesn’t get any better. They come from: Dartmouth, Yale, Missouri-Columbia, Harvard, Kaiser Permanente, Cincinnati, Massachusetts, Partners, Virginia Mason, Duke, and Mayo. Access all essays here: Lessons Learned in changing healthcare

Recruitment notices for front line nurses are free.
Its year end and typically your employees are shopping for new opportunities. From Longwoods: a self-serve recruitment site. See: jobs.longwoods.com. Any good opportunity will be seen by 3,000 to 5,000 potential candidates. Recruiters can visit the site or contact Susan Hale if they need details. You can advertise opportunities for front line nurses here too – no charge.

From our Essayists

December 2010
How does he do it? Malcolm Gladwell

December 2010
The Spinoff (Part 4): No, Virginia, We Don’t Need More Innovation Conferences Neil Seeman

December 2010
The Spinoff (Part 3): Does Faculty Tenure Harm Commercialization? Neil Seeman

November 2010
Poverty and Child Health: Piecing together Mr. Harper’s commitment and reality Editorial comment

November 2010
The Spinoff (Part 2) – Anti-Innovation Awards Neil Seeman

November 2010
Presenteeism Neil Seeman

November 2010
Healthcare’s Unwinnable War against ‘Screen Time’  Neil Seeman

October 2010
The Spinoff: Part 1 (Problem Solvers) Neil Seeman

October 2010
Stopping out of School and Work: Innovation leave Neil Seeman

September 2010
iPadagogy Neil Seeman

September 2010
Ontario Generic Drug Wars, Part 4: Lessons for Medicare Steven Lewis

September 2010
Ontario Generic Drug Wars, Part 3: The Soul of the Pharmacy Profession Steven Lewis

September 2010
Ontario Generic Drug Wars, Part 2: Did Retail Pharmacy Need Rebates? Steven Lewis

September 2010
Interns Over 40 for Healthcare Neil Seeman

September 2010
Ontario Generic Drug Wars, Part 1: How It All Began Steven Lewis

August 2010
CMA Emerges Dazed from Cave, Writes Report Steven Lewis

August 2010
Why e-books are good for your health Neil Seeman

August 2010
Healthcare Innovation: Extreme Affordability Neil Seeman and Kenneth Lam

August 2010
Healthcare Innovation: An Authenticity Lesson from Barbie dolls Neil Seeman

July 2010

Disruptive Innovation: Patient/Family-Focused Care Ted Ball

July 2010

Capitalism 4.0: Re-Designing Business Value: A Roadmap for Sustainable Consumption.

July 2010

From ehealth to mhealth: Celebrating the mobile phone at 5 billion Neil Seeman

July 2010

The Great Grandparenthood Boom, Predictive Irrationality and the Future of Caregiving Neil Seeman

July 2010

Perhaps I Am One of the Lucky Ones Michael Heenan

June 2010

My Rage against the Machine (and what Healthcare can Learn from Steve Jobs) Neil Seeman

June 2010

“Is Depression a Disease”? An Open Letter to the Editor of the Globe and Mail Neil Seeman

June 2010

The Greatest Checklist Neil Seeman

June 2010

Happiness Rising Neil Seeman

June 2010

The Innovator’s New Dilemma Neil Seeman 

March 2010

US Health Reform and the Opportunity Cost of Rhetoric Neil Seeman

March 2010

The Danger of Safe Ideas Neil Seeman

February 2010

The DSM is now Public Neil Seeman

February 2010

Toyota and Sumo: A Tale of Two Apologies Neil Seeman

February 2010

Big Pharma Listens Neil Seeman

February 2010

Haiti vs. Avatar - and Behavioral Economics 2.0 Neil Seeman

January 2010

Commitment Vows: Accountability 2.0 Neil Seeman

January 2010

Sense and Sensitivity: Trouble at the Airport, Trouble in Health Care. Steven Lewis

January 2010

Remarks By The Honourable Deb Matthews Minister of Health and Long-Term Care and Tom Closson, President & CEO of the Ontario Hospital Association

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

Admire the candle

Quietly providing light and warmth

Selflessly giving of itself and

Silently fading away only to

Miraculously reappear the next year

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