Posts From cobrien
By Jan Carstens
In 1984 my husband and I got married and decided to spend three weeks in Europe for our honeymoon. We were young and adventurous (and in retrospect, maybe a little stupid), so we decided to book flights but not lodging—we had no idea what countries/cities we were going to visit—except for our very first night in Amsterdam.
By Joe Allbright, John Have, Walter Marsh, Susan Mateja
Editor’s note: This is the third in a series of articles from the Health Practice International Committee on ideas from foreign models of health care that may assist the United States in finding cost-effective ways to deliver high-quality health care in an equitable and sustainable way.
By Jane Melia
No matter what industry your clients are in, chances are they already have data stored in the cloud.