The “Three-Body” Problem in Healthcare

By Christie Scanlon – Within healthcare’s intricate landscape, a complex interplay exists among three principal entities: patients, providers, and payers. This dynamic can be likened to the “Three-Body Problem” in physics—a concept from Liu Cixin’s science fiction novel…

Long Trail for Extra Tissue Samples

By Matt Fisher – In healthcare, many layers always exist around seemingly each and every issue. The ongoing utilization of extra blood from newborn heel stick samples provides the latest example. The concerns raised go to privacy and informed consent as the primary issues.