Category Archives: insurance

Reflections on change.gov and the health care ecosystem

So, its here. Obama Barack has been elected as the next US President. At change.gov they have outlined the agenda for “health care for all”. Their approach is consistent with the approach during their campaign i.e departing from the traditional … Continue reading

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Can the Nordic model for health care scale up?

As Google Health and Microsoft’s Healthvault solutions get out there and as health care devices hit the market I see the Nordic model being challenged to meet newer forms of interaction between medical professionals and consumers. Can the model scale? … Continue reading

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The Consumer Electronics Show starts in a few hours in Las Vegas. Bill Gates is scheduled to deliver the keynote (as he has done the last 8-9 years). I have been following the show over the last 4 years (from … Continue reading

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