Personally I am more of the pick up the rock and look for wriggly bits sort of journalist. I have a short attention span but a deep interest in the complexity and granularity inherent in conversations about healthcare.
This statistic is interesting. Mind you, Michael/Mike is a popular name in general so perhaps we should have "weighted" the data but it is sobering.
SAN FRANCISCO — There are more men named Michael (22) than female CEOs (20) giving company presentations at this week’s J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference.
All told, men represent 94 percent of the 540 people presenting these high-profile corporate updates at the industry confab. In addition, men represent 77 percent of the speakers for JPM’s special sessions — a slate of talks that includes nine panel events, four of which are all-male panels with no women moderators or panelists at all.--STATnews
If all you have is a hammer--everything looks like a nail.
The exact reason we need more insights from more people. Women are now leading the march toward innovation by exploring the spaces between disciplines.
It is up to us to collect more dots.