Bridging healthcare's innovation-education gap
from Harvard Business Review
Despite the excellence of its delivery, insurance and technology components, the healthcare sector in the United States is plagued with sky-high costs, unequal access and erratic quality. This predicament continues to create a major drag on the U.S. economy. According to an analysis by McKinsey, while the productivity of the U.S. computer and semiconductor industry grew by 7.6 percent per year in the 1990-2007 period, the productivity of the U.S. healthcare industry dropped by 0.8 percent annually. To change this grim statistic, the pace of innovation must dramatically increase.
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