The Bigger Risk

October 2013
HealthLeaders Magazine;Oct2013, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p35
The article focuses on the risk of dealing with innovation in healthcare. For many healthcare executives, taking risks in their organizations is said to be talking about the new payment paradigm. The risk that is inherent in any innovation is said to a productive way of taking risk. The author also relates the kind of risk he is most interested in discussing with chief executive officers (CEOs).


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