I have been on vacation. Hallelujah gazing at the ocean vacation. I did not work. Well not much. There will always be fires to extinguish even with the most tightly protected boundaries.
It reminds me of a lesson about being indispensable. Take a bucket of water. Insert your arm in the bucket. Remove your arm. I am betting the bucket doesn't miss you.
I will confess--it is hard disappearing even when running a teeny tiny company dependent on your presence. I wouldn't say the operation goes dark--my recent book hit the market and sales of existing books continue to percolate. There is appreciation of creating revenue while swimming in the sea. I highly recommend it.
How should we evaluate heathcare data and evidence? These topics are the focus of most of my presentations but I often look outside of our industry for insights.
Here are the 3 summer reads:
I am writing a few articles about how we interpret healthcare data and clinical evidence. I like to unpack the evidence behind conference proceedings and embargoed content. I suggest viewing the short snippet below. And see if you can answer the question...
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In a world of "evidence-based" medicine I am a bigger fan of practice-based evidence.
Remember the quote by Upton Sinclair...
“It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends upon his not understanding it!”