What would happen if both doctors and patients knew how much healthcare costs? There has been a movement toward price transparency and consumerism in healthcare over the last decade or so. If people can get an accurate cost prior to receiving healthcare, the assumption is they’ll use healthcare more intelligently and cost-effectively. If they only knew that getting their hip replaced at a specialized hip … Continue reading

I’ve never really been called normal. I’ve always looked at the world, asked questions, and, often thought that there has to be a better way to do things. But sometimes normal is normal because there’s simply no better way to do things to complete the task at hand. Asynchronous text communication is a great example. It solves the problem of communicating with others when a … Continue reading