The Rise of Nimble Medicine by David Chase in TechCrunch

In their book, The Innovator’s Prescription, Clayton Christensen and Dr. Jason Hwang point out how applying technology into old business models has only raised costs.

………………..The next wave of disruptive innovators are taking advantage of second-mover advantage as the wave of health tech startups provide them off-the-shelf software that is an order of magnitude less investment than the first wave of innovators. It’s a couple orders of magnitude less expensive than legacy HealthIT. More importantly for the innovators is the speed that they can not only stand up the new technology but also easily iterate based on real world experience. Rather than months or years, it’s hours or days. This is a key component of Nimble Medicine…………………

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