Disease Management as a Driver for Change.
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Driver for Change
June 23, 2005David B. Nash, MD, MBAThe Dr. Raymond C. and Doris N. Grandon Professor Chairman of the Department of Health PolicyJefferson Medical College1015 Walnut Street, # 115Philadelphia, PA 19107215-955-6969215-923-7583 firstname.lastname@example.org/dhp
Point with Pride
View with Alarm
End with Hope
insurance decision up to the employer
Want clear direction
Clear, concise communication
Education and communication
Targets on Replacement Ratio
Loyalty to company
Phased Retirement Benefits
Depending on government (Social Security and Medicare) and company for retirement benefits
Defined Benefit Retirement
Not technology savvy
Traditional Benefit Plans
More prevalent bargaining groups
Economies of scale
Paying for children’s education
Elder Care / Long Term Care
How Industries Change
Auction houses like Sothby’s
Anita M. McGahan. HBR October 2004
Intermediating Change Trajectory
“Finding ways to preserve knowledge, band capital and other valuable assets while fundamentally changing relationships with customers and suppliers.”
“Blue Ocean Strategy”
W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne
HBR October 2004
Red Ocean – all industries in existence today
Blue Ocean – all industries NOT in existence today
Look back less than 30 years and think about overnight delivery, coffee bars, home video and mutual funds.
Now, look ahead 10-20 years.
Advances in biotechnology . . .
Inst. Alt. Futures