I recently finished Robin Farmanfarmaian’s The Patient as CEO: How Technology Empowers the Healthcare Consumer. Robin describes a wonderful new world of healthcare, where the patient is the CEO of her own health. The model flips: “doctor, the patient will see you now” is the new paradigm. As a healthcare finance professional, I wonder: if the patient is now […]
The 19th Century economist’s famous steps on building and communicating economic models. One of my all-time favorite quotes.
Ben Yi wrote a great piece on Uber’s surge pricing, how it works, and thoughts to improve it. I left a brief comment on Ben’s post which I’d like to share. I’ve argued before that a good business analyst frames problems from both the supply and demand side. Most people — especially marketers — consider […]
Somehow I through undergraduate and grad school without taking a marketing class. But in between my blog (did I mention to subscribe?) and a couple of ebooks, I’ve been interested in the topic. I’ve read a lot, took some classes, and volunteered at a conference. I even got a couple of posts featured on LinkedIn’s Marketing & Advertising channel. […]
Credit: Sarah Palagyi/Column & Stripe The other day I got to visit Cowan’s Auction House with Column & Stripe, the Young Friends of the Cleveland Museum of Art. I had never been to an auction house and had never considered the economics of the auction market. The visit gave some insights into the “New Economy.” […]