Why Steve Jobs should run healthcare (video)

New terms are being bantered about in healthcare. One is the “accountable care organization.” The idea is that a group of providers — primary care physicians, specialists, hospitals — would come together and be responsible for the cost and quality of care for a given population. In theory, and in talking with some hospital administrators, this organization could spread to include nursing and assisted living facilities; after all, they are part of the continuum. So how do you make that happen with so many disparate parties, agendas and politics? Take a few lessons from Apple CEO Steve Jobs.


Topics: Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) , Administration , Leadership , Risk Management , Video