One of my favorite authors and professors is Clayton Christensen from the Harvard Business School. He has written numerous books about disruptive innovation - the kind of innovations that often go on to replace the way something is done. More recently he wrote The Innovator's Prescription, which was named as Ankota's Book of the Year for 2009. Here, thanks to BigThink.com is a 10 minutes video of Dr. Christensen explaining these key concepts. Home Care and Private Duty Care organizations should realize our opportunity to be a major part of the most needed innovation in healthcare today. Enjoy the video.
Some leading candidates for Ankota's book of the year in 2010 are The Checklist Manifesto, by Atul Gawande, and Healthcare Won't Transform Itself, by George Halverson. Check out our blog posts on these books by clicking their links.
Ankota provides software to improve the delivery of care outside the hospital. Today Ankota services home health, private duty care, DME Delivery, RT, Physical Therapy and Home Infusion organizations, and is interested in helping to efficiently manage other forms of care. To learn more, please visit www.ankota.com or contact Ankota.