Disruptive innovation seems to have bypassed the health care industry.
Harvard Business School professor Clay Christensen’s theory predicts that entrenched companies, products and services are often “disrupted” from below by competitors who are able to meet the needs of most current customers with products that do less (but just enough) and are much, much cheaper.
So why has health care been on this rampant march of incredibly escalating costs that seem impervious to competing forces? Where are the disruptive innovators?
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Author: Sean Silverthorne