Taking The Path of Greatest Impact
We pay attention to what people think is impossible – their answers point towards opportunities
Show, Don't Just Tell
The path of greatest impact is often unintuitive – we must demonstrate to educate
Our Guiding Principles
How our philosophy was formed
If something's easier, we'll instinctively pick that choice
It's easy to point the finger outwards instead of at yourself
It’s easy to say, “that’s not my job”
Erudite Healthineers Are Not Interested in Any of This!
Sure, it's hard to admit you don't know an answer
It's hard to risk getting fired by a partner
It's hard to do someone else's job
It's hard to prove that anything is possible!
But…that’s the fun part
We have learned this the hard way, that:
• Taking the easy way is the fundamental problem with building a service model
• Our partners and the society expect to see what is being built in real time
• We therefore design models and tools to provide that visibility
From how we create, who we create for, to how we operate
The question we must always start with is:
How are we making it better for people?