To meet post-pandemic expectations of consumers, healthcare providers need a strategy for consumer-focused care processes, supported by consumer-friendly provider networks and enabling technology.
No, COVID statistics don’t look bad because the US does too much testing or because hospitals are attributing too many deaths to COVID
As I mentioned before, although I enjoy a good wager, my maximum bet is normally $1. Last week, my brother-in-law, the owner, operator and namesake
University of Illinois is using campus-level COVID model, mandatory frequent saliva testing, an army of contact tracers and dynamic policy to keep the campus safe
In a recent article in Nature, the COVID19 response for the University of Illinois at Urbana campus was detailed. Although a spike in cases reported
Introducing the Harm Index Minimization Strategy for COVID-19 pandemic response: Better than Flatten the Curve, Crush the Curve and Hammer and Dance strategies
In my last post, I described three helpful analogies — Forest Fire, Genie in the Bottle, and Trucker in the Mountains — that make it
A helpful analogy: Driving an 18-wheeler on a steep grade road from the top of Covid Susceptibility Mountain down to the Valley of Herd Immunity.
I recently had the opportunity to lead a series of discussions with leaders of government and health care organizations working to develop a COVID-19 pandemic