Humanity has been innovative enough to create economies of scale around just about everything: information, transportation, exploration. It’s time to apply that ingenuity to our highest and most important pursuit yet: creating economies of scale around embracing human dignity. Our age of personalization demands it.

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Becker's Hospital Review

Cleveland Clinic CEO: Being Salaried Without Tenure Helps Us Offer Personalized Care

Forbes contributor Glenn Llopis asked the CEO of Cleveland Clinic how he maintains standards while encouraging individual contribution.

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This Week News

Hilliard Schools Connection: Personalization Outweighs Standardization

Our education system must shift from standardization to personalization. We no longer are preparing all students to attend a four-year college.

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Fashion Manuscript

Fashion Needs to Get Personal

Fashion has its diversity missteps. A sweater that looks like blackface, a hoodie with a noose around the neck — a CNN article lists several issues you probably remember from recent years.

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StrategyDriven

Leaders: Stop Standing in the Way

College graduates often get the same career advice: be yourself, disrupt the status quo. Meanwhile, their future employers cling to status quo by putting people in boxes and telling them what to do.

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Orlando Medical News

We’re Good at Standards of Care. What About Standards of Personalization?

A 22-year-old and a 65-year-old are diagnosed with the same life-threatening disease. Their treatment might be similar, but one has to endure treatment while living with a Craigslist roommate.

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HIT Consultant

How Do We Make Dignity the Animating Principle in Healthcare?

It’s all about the patient. Well, unless that patient has been to particular hospitals for treatment and is having trouble paying the ensuing bills.

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Becker's Hospital Review

Cleveland Clinic CEO: Being Salaried Without Tenure Helps Us Offer Personalized Care

Forbes contributor Glenn Llopis asked the CEO of Cleveland Clinic how he maintains standards while encouraging individual contribution.

Read more...

This Week News

Hilliard Schools Connection: Personalization Outweighs Standardization

Our education system must shift from standardization to personalization. We no longer are preparing all students to attend a four-year college.

Read more...

Fashion Manuscript

Fashion Needs to Get Personal

Fashion has its diversity missteps. A sweater that looks like blackface, a hoodie with a noose around the neck — a CNN article lists several issues you probably remember from recent years.

Read more...

StrategyDriven

Leaders: Stop Standing in the Way

College graduates often get the same career advice: be yourself, disrupt the status quo. Meanwhile, their future employers cling to status quo by putting people in boxes and telling them what to do.

Read more...

Orlando Medical News

We’re Good at Standards of Care. What About Standards of Personalization?

A 22-year-old and a 65-year-old are diagnosed with the same life-threatening disease. Their treatment might be similar, but one has to endure treatment while living with a Craigslist roommate.

Read more...

HIT Consultant

How Do We Make Dignity the Animating Principle in Healthcare?

It’s all about the patient. Well, unless that patient has been to particular hospitals for treatment and is having trouble paying the ensuing bills.

Read more...