Archive for October, 2010

The Race to Stem Cells is On

The Race to Stem Cells is On

| October 16, 2010

One more barrier to entry is being erected that will challenge international healthcare providers who are trying to penetrate the U.S. consumer market . . . As the president of a global healthcare consulting company, I’ve traveled the globe extensively to meet with the largest healthcare providers and government agencies for a singular purpose: To […]

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Marketing Strategy Flaws: #4 Up-front Cost Barriers

Marketing Strategy Flaws: #4 Up-front Cost Barriers

| October 13, 2010

This is the fourth part of a five part series which addresses the flaws inherent in an insurance-centric marketing strategy. This post describes how this strategy requires significant up-front cost, including a multi-million dollar JCI certification requirement. If you ask an average U.S. healthcare consumer what JACO certification is, all you will see is blank […]

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A CDMA iPhone?

A CDMA iPhone?

| October 6, 2010

Pop open the Champagne . . . Apple announced their plans to release a CDMA version of their iPhone.  Finally, those of us suffering with AT&T coverage will have an option. It’s unclear when the new phone, with a Qualcomm chipset, will be available to consumers. For me and many other frustrated users, the date […]

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Paper-Thin Displays – The Future is Here

Paper-Thin Displays – The Future is Here

| October 6, 2010

The Wall Street Journal recently published their 2010 Technology Innovation Awards. There were several notable innovations, ranging from eyeglasses that can focus like a human eye to new genetic testing to help prospective parents screen for possible complications.  Read the WSJ article here. But, above all these, one technology innovation caught my eye: This year’s […]

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