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The book that's revolutionizing health care in America

A groundbreaking prescription for reform - from a legendary leader in innovation.

Our health care system is in critical condition. The Affordable Care Act has insured more Americans than ever, yet deductibles keep rising and costs continue to climb. Now more than ever, the industry needs a shot in the arm. It needs The Innovator's Prescription, the now-classic approach to efficient, affordable health care. Learn how to:

  • Deliver personalized care at a lower cost with "precision medicine"
  • Improve quality, accessibility, and affordability using a disruptive business model
  • Enable better treatment of chronic diseases through patient networks
  • Diagnose problems and find solutions faster using new technology
  • Take advantage of insurance and regulatory reforms to provide the best care possible

©2016 Clayton M. Christensen, Jerome H. Grossman M.D., and Jason Hwang M.D. (P)2016 McGraw Hill Digital

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  • 01/04/2018

Every health system people should read!

I now learn how US healthcare cost is so high and how can some state or some factory over come it with new innovatiom. Great book to read for new perspective.

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  • 21/05/2018

Mus read for anyone in Healthcare.

this is a must-read. It has predicted the future of healthcare. I look forward to a follow-on book to this one.

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  • 10/12/2017

So Many Nails, Says the Hammer - I Can Help.

The entire premise fails to link diagnosis and treatment to the outcome of health. "Sad!"