Reform Health Care by Re-empowering Consumers

For my latest thoughts on consumer engagement and its relation to health care reform, please see my contribution to the Harvard Business Review Conversation Starter blog.

Comments (2)

  1. Russ Hargraves says:

    It’s clear, the United States needs to focus on re-engineering healthcare around the consumer. The United States is the second largest cellular market in the world. With 153 million cellular and Personal Communications Service (PCS) subscribers and a population of 300 million, a Microsoft unified HealthVault and Bing cashback incentive program for "Bing Mobile" could represents a tremendous opportunity to connect American consumers with HealthVault, and HealthVault partner stores. By providing mobile consumers with "healthy" incentive alerts, bingbuster bargains on health and fitness products, prescription discounts, and personalized health and wellness information at the right time we could re-empower them to make better lifestyle choices and reward them with cashback savings.

    Imagine, how a consumer health incentive initiative could help American consumers to make better lifestyle choices and take more control of their ongoing healthcare. Consumer Health Technology, Web-based Wellness and Empowerment programs like a Johnson & Johnson company and Microsoft HealthVault will only continue to expand as we move forward. Taking charge of your health and making better health decisions via online personalized health, personalized wellness, and online social support and coaching are poised to revolutionize behavior change in the United States.  

  2. shailenago says:

    Well, it’s amazing. The miracle has been done. Hat’s off. Well done, as we know that “hard work always pays off”, after a long struggle with sincere effort it’s done.


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