Monthly Archives: March 2017

Data We Know, Data We Don’t–But Should

Big data rules. At least, that’s what multiple media stories suggest. With advances in technology that include artificial intelligence for decision-making, ‘deep’ or ‘machine’ learning for data analysis, proliferation of health care data businesses and a strong trend within medical education … Continue reading

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A Fork In The Road

Reflecting on what’s going on at Northwestern Health Sciences University and other similar institutions, there’s a lot to question. So what can or should be done? For many schools, especially in professional education, there is probably a choice between two … Continue reading

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Will Northwestern Survive?

It has been hard to watch what’s going on at Northwestern Health Sciences University, but we may not have to watch it much longer. Its current president has directed a thorough purging of institutional memory, homogenization of its professional cultures, and mismanagement … Continue reading

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