Social Value of Online Communities

Social media might be taking precedence in our lives these days, but there is another form of online communication that we used to (and for some of us still) rely on for exchanging knowledge or receiving emotional support from strangers – the online forums or bulletin boards. For example, Stack Overflow features a Q&A platform... Continue Reading →

Bananas and Peanut Butter

Apparently, there was an overwhelming response to my first blog so I get to write another one. Thanks again to both of you who read it. Given all the doom and gloom about AI in the media recently, in this episode I’d like to talk (write) about some of the positive things going on with... Continue Reading →

If You Bundle… They Will Save

Bundled payments aren’t just a way to save on auto and home insurance but are potentially an effective method to save on healthcare costs… unless they aren’t. Under the MACRA legislation, CMS’s Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) created a number of rules in an effort to move Medicare providers into a more quality-centered... Continue Reading →

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