Christensen and Hwang on how CEOs can fix health care

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Aug 3, 2009

In a July 28, 2009 op-ed in the Wall Street Journal online, Innosight Institute co-founders Clayton M. Christensen and Jason Hwang write about how CEOs can fix health care through three concrete steps.

First, they say businesses should encourage employees to use nurse-staffed in-store health clinics for common ailments. Second, partner with integrated health systems like Kaiser Permanente. And third, set up company-run clinics at corporate offices and plants.

To read the piece in-depth, click here.

Michael is a co-founder and distinguished fellow at the Clayton Christensen Institute. He currently works as a principal consultant for Entangled Solutions.