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Disrupting Healthcare is one of the best book I have read that explains the overall North American Healthcare market Narrated from the perspective of someone who wants to bring about a change to the most painful problems in Healthcare today This book explores the space and the approach a new technology disruption should hold for a lasting change in Healthcare It is quite hard to find a book with a refreshing look on what should be the relationship between the intention of healthcare entrepreneurs w.r.t their work That unlike other areas healthcare is a broken system and it requires sincere entrepreneurs who deeply care to solve problems of the masses and make healthcare better for us be it through consumer technology or an enterprise service at a hospital.Moreover this book has inspired, provided necessary foundation and insights into the working of healthcare systems that I can take with me into my entrepreneurial journey in Healthcare Technology.I will recommend this book to anyone with a budding interest in trying to understand healthcare systems either to get better equipped within their roles or trying to change the face healthcare by applying compassion, technology and understanding the context of care.This book sits as a reference guide in my shelf that I can pick anytime to find insights for personal, interpersonal and systemic encounters that I have within the healthcare spectrum I will very much like to see a second book from the author Whether you re a patient, provider or payer the US healthcare system is one heck of a gordian knot Pallav Sharda has written an excellent book that does a great job of unravelling it I listened to the Audible version and followed links to the many companies and services referenced throughout the kindle version of the book Well worth the small investment of time At the beginning of the book, the author states his goal and promise of presenting a macro view of the complex healthcare information technology, without the nitty gritty details He delivers admirably in this concise guidebook His training as a medical doctor, training in business administration and clinical informatics, work experience in technology vendor, provider and payer organizations, as well as work with health IT startups seems to truly give Pallav Sharda the vantage point to present this complex landscape Not everyone with similar training and work backgrounds can succeed in writing a book that distills all that experience in clear, precise terms and yet keep it flowing well from chapter to chapter The author s keen observations, his candid sharing of personal opinions and his passion to share his knowledge and experience makes this book an interesting read. This is an extremely useful book clear, comprehensive, from an author who earned his medical technology expertise the old fashioned way he worked for it His examination of the industry is wide and probing, the product of a well trained doctor And his regard for the people and systems with the potential to make it better is heartening, the mark of an experienced innovator.If you are preparing to enter the world of medical technology buy this book If you are intending to invest in the world of medical technology memorize this book And if you are still hoping to profit from the world of medical technology join me in demanding the sequel to this book Tom Wallace, cofounder, HWL LLC ( DOWNLOAD E-PUB ) ☹ Before Disrupting Healthcare: What Innovators Need To Know (English Edition) ⚕ Health Information Technology Is A Complicated Space Before Disrupting Healthcare Provides A Quick Introduction To Its Foundational Concepts And Products With A Look Into Emerging Trends That May Rule The Future In It Youll Learn About Topics Like Electronic Health Records, Health Information Exchanges, Accountable Care Organizations, And Meaningful Use Regulation Discover What They Mean From A Product Perspective And How Things Might Evolve This Is A Must Read For Anyone Working On, Or Investing In, Health Information Technology Products Outsiders Can Use This Book To Become Insiders, And Insiders Can Become ExpertsAfter Finishing Medical School In , Pallav Veered Into A Technology Focused Career That Enabled Him To Work At Medical Device Companies, Health Insurers, Hospital Systems, And Startups His Non Clinical Career Started With GE Healthcare, With Roles In Services, Engineering, R D, And Marketing Organizations Of The Electronic Health Record EHR Business During That Time, He Also Served As An Instructor For The Graduate Medical Informatics Program At Northwestern University In Illinois Subsequently, He Joined Kaiser Permanente To Work On Clinical Data Analytics And Population Health Management Technology Initiatives He Then Transitioned To UnitedHealth Group And Led The Product Management Team For Health Information Exchange HIE Solutions Before Leaving The Corporate World In , He Was The Director Of Health IT Interoperability Initiatives At Omnicell, Inc Pallav Received His MBA From Northwestern University, A Masters In Medical Informatics From Columbia University, And A Bachelors Of Medicine And Surgery MBBS From Delhi University, India He Currently Lives In Menlo Park, California And Continues To Indulge In The Health IT Entrepreneurship Space Find Out About Him On LinkedIn Linkedin In Pallav , Facebook Facebook Pallavsharda , Twitter Twitter Pallavsharda , Quora Quora Pallav Sharda , Or His Personal Websites Pallavardas, And Multiplyd