Today, many affiliate the word “smart” with technology – smart phones, smart TVs, smart homes, etc. - but is infusing the latest technology in all aspects of life necessarily the smart thing to do? Not always. What is smart is to understand what your highest priorities are and invest in those areas to make improvements that produce maximum results. When you then incorporate technology, it is smart to do it in a way that allows you to leverage it for other purposes. More...

Moving from “what if” to “what’s best” In my previous blog on this topic, I discussed the need to shift analytics from monitoring and reporting of what has happened, to using analytics to make decisions. More specifically, to achieve continuous improvements in terms of quality of care, access to care and cost of care, our decisions need to be informed by data and directed by prescriptive analytics. More...

The transportation sector is facing its greatest change since the invention of the car. Forces of change include increasingly strict emissions policies, the growing number of cars, and the possibilities for many new services enabled by digitalization and the sharing economy. More...

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