I Liked this StoryTelling Technique

One knew from the beginning that there is a CLIMAX or an ANTI-CLIMAX or something rather dramatic is going to be told in the end and some weak hearted even predicted the correct END which was the Punchline of this story, ( May be their experience made them wiser to predict). But all in all it was an engaging story with several Hormones levelling up.

Talking of Hormones – I shall write about it once I am sure and have certainty about their positive effects later.

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Idea of the day

Idea of the Day: “Careers unfold over a lifetime,” says Kellogg School of Management Dean Sally Blount; there are always obstacles — and opportunities — that can’t be planned. But the decisions you make early on in your career are crucial.

“There are multiple paths and no guarantees. It’s all part of the journey. But we do know that certain choices, especially early in one’s career, can set people on trajectories that increase the likelihood of long-term career success.”

JayParkhe’s Mentor MasterClass takes off on meetup dot com. Welcome to 28 First Day Joinees.

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Join us even if you are not in Bengaluru. We propose to have Webinars for outstation joinees and of course the One on One calls are for both.

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Real-world evidence: From activity to impact in healthcare decision making | McKinsey & Company

Real-world evidence: From activity to impact in healthcare decision making
By Olivia Cavlan, Sastry Chilukuri, Matthias Evers, and Ann Westra
Real-world evidence: From activity to impact in healthcare decision making

While there is general agreement that real-world evidence could significantly improve how healthcare stakeholders make decisions, expanding its use requires action by multiple stakeholders.

Healthcare is rapidly transitioning to a new world of patient choice with a laser-like focus on outcomes and value. Indeed, healthcare systems that have traditionally focused on medical interventions driven via episodic interaction with the patient are now recognizing the need to fully understand exogenous factors and deliver continual care.

Exogenous factors such as genomics, behavior, and social and environmental influences play a critical role in delivering outcomes and value for patients and health systems; meanwhile, technology is finally allowing the capture and analysis of such real-world data (Exhibit 1).

Exhibit 1

via Real-world evidence: From activity to impact in healthcare decision making | McKinsey & Company