If you can't be there, you don't need to miss out. We will be uploading our videos as soon as we can. Imagine that more than 50 leaders in health care innovation were gathering to share their ideas and insights...

The Transform Symposium has been called “life-changing” and “awe-inspiring,” with “a fantastic spectrum of speakers that inspire, motivate and spur you into action.” Attendees have said they “lived on Mayo Cloud Nine” for days afterward. Transform 2011, beginning at 1 p.m....

A Buddhist Model for Health Care Reform By Mettanando Bhikkhu BSc, MD, BA, MA (Oxford), ThM, PhD http://www.mat.or.th/journal/index.php?command=preview&selvol=90&selno=10&selids=1861 This was another article given to me from my physician consultant while working on a project around remote asthma care management. Again, what a refreshing...

Susannah Fox has crafted a wonderful post on the thread of "Love", that ran through Transform2010. A beautiful image, and I see it now, thanks to her words. Enjoy, and ponder the return on YOUR investments as you read What...

What is immensely hopeful is that the new science of morality offers a foundational, empirical, legitimizing rationale for health care designers to ply their trade. Instead of being seen merely as artists whose skills are primarily aesthetic, or even simply decorative,...

More than anything, the recent two-day symposium at Mayo Clinic – “Transform 2010—Thinking Differently about Health Care” – got me reflecting about how we make moral decisions as human beings. This question was to me the sparkling golden thread running through...

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StfI1fsMqPQ] No one would suggest attending an educational symposium simply for the food. Well, maybe no one but us. But the food at next week's Transform2010: Thinking Differently About Health Care may be more interesting than most, and it's a great...