Changing the health care system has universal support in principal, but has proven contentious in practice. This paper draws upon the theories and publications of three leading business thinkers, and the frameworks they developed for applying business practices to the health care industry: Drs. Clayton Christensen, Robert Kaplan, and Michael Porter of Harvard University. It reviews the disruption theories of Christensen as he has applied them to the health care industry, and connects them with medical costing recommendations of Kaplan and Porter. Two possible disruption possibilities for clinical care and venue are presented.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Rienzo, Thomas, "Changing Health Care Business Models and Costs" (2011). Transactions of the International Conference on Health Information Technology Advancement. 17.