Nobel Prize Winner Sets Sights on Fixing U.S. Healthcare

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As seen in: Forbes By Dave Chase July 9, 2013 Having heard Clay Christensen expound on disruptive innovation, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that change always comes from outside of incumbent players. While health orgs are dooming their innovation to failure or dither by not taking any meaningful action, it’s notable...

Nobel Prize winner brings affordable health care to the U.S.

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Nobel peace prize winner Muhammad Yunus is no stranger to innovative ideas. He’s the founder of the Grameen bank, a bank in Bangladesh that won the 2006 Peace Prize for helping to reduce poverty. He joins Erin Burnett OutFront on CNN with a new idea and he says it will...

Western healthcare can learn from advances in poorer nations

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As seen in: Financial Times By Muhammad Yunus June 4, 2013 A system designed for low-income patients is testing the upmarket model, writes Muhammad Yunus. Across the west, the cost of healthcare is rising. That is because the systems are focused on the most expensive resources: specialist doctors, tests and...

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