Change is happening in our health care system in the US. There are a number of factors both endogenous to the health care industry and external to it converging to create a real chance for significant change. Evidence for that change are numerous including a biotech boom, genetics boom, information systems boom. […]Read More The virtuous circle Connected Health will drive Healthcare improvements faster
I have written about Privacy before. It is a topic I feel personally very strongly about. Here is my other blog entry in which I specify what I think should be legislated to help bring some sanity to the privacy debate. A Case Study This morning I read an article in buzzfeed: uber-executive-suggests-digging-up-dirt-on-journalists […]Read More Privacy! This is egregious and illustrative example of way over the line behavior.
The Tesla automobile is a big example of the Internet of Things and potential problems and benefits of this idea. (My latest blog update on the tesla is here) IOT properties of the Tesla 1) The Tesla has a persistent always on 3G cell connection to the internet that is paid for by Tesla possibly for life. […]Read More Tesla : Case Study : Internet of Things
A number of analyst firms and pundits have declared a list of the megatrends. For examples you can see my blogs: IDC Emerging Trends and Gartner Top Megatrends I have my own list of what I call “disruptive” technologies and trends. This comes from talking to people, observing what companies are doing and what […]Read More Disruptive Forces : Disruptive Megatrends
I believe we need to have new laws to deal with the accuracy of information being held about people and the duration that data can be held. For instance, no company should need information about you for more than 3 years duration without your explicit permission, not permission in a 20 page “legal disclosure” […]Read More Bigdata and Privacy