Latest Blog Posts

Sharing the Leadership and Passion of Eunice Kennedy Shriver

The founder of the Special Olympics inspired many, including those in the health care field, to bring change and help people live more whole and flourishing lives.

Brain Drain or Brain Gain?

An explosion of life-science related tech firms feeds a trend toward medical students and physicians moving into other areas outside a typical practice.

The Feminization of Health Care

The feminization of health care is fundamentally changing care delivery in the United States and it is doing so in ways that will accelerate the pursuit of improved quality and affordability.

The Ongoing Challenge of Patient Access to Electronic Health Records

One of the most widespread and expensive innovations in the history of health care has been the electronic health record. While these records are now nearly ubiquitous throughout hospitals and physician practices, the subject is still a contentious one on many different levels.