By Monica E. Oss
In our last issue, I wrote about the logical political consequence of disruptive innovation – disruptive protectionism (The Fear of Displacement Restricts the Field: Disruptive Protectionism & Disruptive Innovation in Health Care). Disruptive innovations—those new technologies and service models that cause services to be delivered by less expensive professionals or delivered in less expensive, less intensive settings—are having a huge impact on the market. And as we discussed, protectionism is a common reaction to these innovations. I view . . .
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In our last issue, I wrote about the logical political consequence of disruptive innovation – disruptive protectionism (The Fear of Displacement Restricts the Field: Disruptive Protectionism & Disruptive Innovation in Health Care). Disruptive innovations—those new technologies and service models that cause services to be delivered by less expensive professionals or delivered in less expensive, less intensive settings—are having a huge impact on the market. And as we discussed, protectionism is a common reaction to these innovations. I view . . .
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