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.
By Jeff Reeves
It’s a common trope in old cartoons and TV sitcoms: a hapless meteorologist making wild guesses, much to the consternation of picnickers and sunbathers everywhere.