Implementing something like Continuous Improvement in the US Healthcare sector not only makes sense, it's the perfect realm for healthcare IT to really shine. What remains to be seen is which of the plethora of Healthcare IT vendors, if any, will identify and take advantage of this opportunity for future gains.
Besides shedding light on issues that have been illuminated by others in the past (and will surely continue to be highlighted in the future until they are ultimately resolved), there are several very specific things in this book that had me cheering in my seat.
On a recent webinar on 2016 trends in e-learning, the presenter declared 2016 to be the year when MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) are finally going to start succeeding in disrupting the world of Education.
Industry rankings are important and they definitely should be considered if you are considering a switch. But equal weight should be given to the usability of the system, which is something that I strongly feel needs to be evaluated and ranked by outside sources.