Blue Men, Best Practices, and Improvisation

During a recent family visit to New York City, we attended a performance of the Blue Man Group. I’d seen...

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“Oh, We’ve Got Both Kinds”: A View From RSNA

I recently returned from the annual post-Thanksgiving pilgrimage to Chicago’s McCormick Place for the annual Radiology Society of North America...

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Redefined Relationships: Information Sharing Among Frenemies

Co-opetition. Frenemies. Co-opertition. We are coining new terms all the time to describe collaborative relationships among those who might otherwise...

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From Opposition to Cooperation: Payers Join the Care Team

Back when I was in medical training a decade ago, patient rounds were usually conducted by a group composed entirely...

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Oh, the Times They Are a-Changin’

By Jay Tolman, Thornberry Ltd. I used to wonder why hospitals were not more proactive in partnering with home health...

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Running the Rapids of Payment Reform

Several years ago, my family and I went on the rafting trip from hell. Actually, that’s an exaggeration. No one...

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