1. null null

    a 1 hour and 8 minuets of wishful thinking. the amount of investment to measure, track, benchmark and standardized healthcare is way more expensive than the current inflation in healthcare. the very idea of value based care is anti-profit and almost anti-capitalism.

  2. Sara Ahmed

    great speech , explained a lot and it all make sense now

  3. Noah Bourk

    Has anyone found the link for the slide deck?

  4. Wafa Ibrahim

    Excellent lecture doctor ,,, 🦋🦋🦋💜💜💜💜🌸🌸🌸🌸🍀🍀🍀

  5. Wafa Ibrahim

    Merci doctor 🍀☘️🍀🍀🍀☘️🍀☘️☘️💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕

  6. Wafa Ibrahim

    Thanks great full for amazing lecture ☘️☘️☘️🍀🍀🌸💕💕💕💕💕💕🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋

  7. Wafa Ibrahim

    Thanks ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️

  8. 风来

    oh man. just bought this guy's book 《competitive advantage》

  9. Andrew Buensalida

    An hour of business fluff

  10. md Larry

    We have placed physicians in such a cage they cannot deliver value. The surgeon who did the myomectomy has not delivered any value until the nurses on the ward has managed the ward care effectively for optimum period.

  11. DrFrank Thomas

    cooperation always provides more quality than competition as per demming

  12. Nuke Hatta, MD

    I am confused though (hope next time i get a better access to the answer), if COST is translated mostly as the "Willingness to Pay" from the patient's perspective – and by having better outcome means patients would be needing less service, how is then this could be seen by private sector's health care service as an advantage? I mean, in term of seeing this from a government/public sector point a view – yes cost reduction (how much money being spent per patient's treatment) would mean efficiency, but if it is being seen by private hospital, for example, when the patient no longer required service due to having better outcome – then it would be a Lost for them.
    *Hope next time HBS can upload more video on healthcare topic.

    thank you.

  13. Christopher Sandles

    We are beginning our Value Journey now at the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System.

  14. Marc Slabbert

    Wow listening to Prof Porter always a eye opening experience

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