Author Archives: Arlen Meyers

About Arlen Meyers

Arlen Meyers, MD, MBA is an emeritus professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, an instructor at the University of Colorado-Denver Business School and cofounding President and CEO of the Society of Physician Entrepreneurs at www.sopenet.org. Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ameyers/

How to Close the Sickcare AI DI Divide

GUEST POST from Arlen Meyers The digital divide describes those having or not having access to broadband, hardware, software and technology support. It’s long been acknowledged that even as the digital industry exploded out of this country, America lived with a … Continue reading

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The Dreaded Perfect Entrepreneur

GUEST POST from Arlen Meyers “Perfect is the enemy of good” is a quote usually attributed to Voltaire. He actually wrote that the “best is the enemy of the good” (il meglio è nemico del bene) and cited it as an … Continue reading

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What you should learn from the Google Health failure

GUEST POST from Arlen Meyers There used to be a time when almost everyone was asking, “What would Google do with sickcare?” Google health has pulled the plug on their sickcare venture. So did Haven. So did Microsoft. Maybe if the folks in the corner … Continue reading

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What is your sickcare technology burnout impact factor (BIF)?

Guest Post from Arlen Meyers A group of former and current providers convened recently to discuss how digital transformation can be both contributing to and alleviating burnout. Technofatigue, innovation fatigue and change fatigue are as ubiquitous as the Delta variant in unvaccinated people. It’s … Continue reading

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Why so much medical technoskepticism?

Guest Post from Arlen Meyers Medicine has transitioned from high touch to high tech to low trust. The explosion of post COVID technology “innovations” is leaving a wake of skepticism from the healing class. As noted, Covid-19 let virtual medicine out … Continue reading

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How to Conduct Virtual Office Hours

Guest Post from Arlen Meyers We have all had experience with various forms of virtual interactions, be they meetings, seminars, presentations, informal get togethers or virtual networking events. One form of that experience is office hours be they as part … Continue reading

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