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Capitalists And Activists (bilpil2009)
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Capitalists And Activists (bilpil2009)
Capitalists And Activists (bilpil2009)
Capitalists And Activists (bilpil2009)
Capitalists And Activists (bilpil2009)
Capitalists And Activists (bilpil2009)
Capitalists And Activists (bilpil2009)
Capitalists And Activists (bilpil2009)
Capitalists And Activists (bilpil2009)
Capitalists And Activists (bilpil2009)
Capitalists And Activists (bilpil2009)
Capitalists And Activists (bilpil2009)
Capitalists And Activists (bilpil2009)
Capitalists And Activists (bilpil2009)
Capitalists And Activists (bilpil2009)
Capitalists And Activists (bilpil2009)
Capitalists And Activists (bilpil2009)
Capitalists And Activists (bilpil2009)
Capitalists And Activists (bilpil2009)
Capitalists And Activists (bilpil2009)
Capitalists And Activists (bilpil2009)
Capitalists And Activists (bilpil2009)
Capitalists And Activists (bilpil2009)
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Capitalists And Activists (bilpil2009)

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My talk at BIL:PIL 2009 -- typifying the two different tracks of change in the healthcare system.

My talk at BIL:PIL 2009 -- typifying the two different tracks of change in the healthcare system.

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    • 1. Capitalism + Activism
      Typifying two current approaches to solving the healthcare system.
    • 2. How did this start?
    • 3. Who Am I?
      23
      Overweight
      Joint Pain
      Social Smoker
      Increased Risk
      Male from San Francisco
      European Decent
      Concierge Patient
    • 4. I’ve identified some increased risks and I’d like to solve them. I’m engaged.
    • 5. what’s missing?
    • 6. a framework
    • 7. Advancement in technology should empower amateurs to take control for themselves.
      The system today does a poor job of encouraging amateurs. It creates obfuscation around costs, methods, and opportunities.
      This is a recipe for change.
    • 8. Can we reform the system?
    • 9. No, We Won’t
      vs.
    • 10.
    • 11. Activists
      Capitalists
    • 12. Private
      market-based
      solution
      Government
      reform
    • 13. Private
      market-based
      solution
      Government
      reform
      Serves the
      early adopters
      and amateurs
      Would affect
      the greatest
      number of people
    • 14. Private
      market-based
      solution
      Government
      reform
      Serves the
      early adopters
      and amateurs
      Would affect
      the greatest
      number of people
      Will face problems
      with adoption, getting
      people to care
      Needs to get through
      congress and lobbyists
      in a form that remains
      effective.
    • 15. Private
      market-based
      solution
      Government
      reform
      Serves the
      early adopters
      and amateurs
      Would affect
      the greatest
      number of people
      Will face problems
      with adoption, getting
      people to care
      Needs to get through
      congress and lobbyists
      in a form that remains
      effective.
    • 16. Private
      market-based
      solution
      Government
      reform
      Serves the
      early adopters
      and amateurs
      Would affect
      the greatest
      number of people
      Apathy
    • 17. Alright, now we’re getting somewhere!the common issue is:Apathy
    • 18.
    • 19. The solution to apathy
      Empowerment + Responsibility
    • 20. empowerment
      responsibility
    • 21. empowerment
      responsibility
      Tools to serve
      the engaged and
      passionate patients (me!)
      Lobby to raise
      outrage and suggest
      a more hopeful future
    • 22. empowerment
      responsibility
      Tools to serve
      the engaged and
      passionate patients (me!)
      Lobby to raise
      outrage and suggest
      a more hopeful future
    • 23. Who is fighting for each side?
    • 24. empowerment
      responsibility
      Scientist
      Technologist
      Entrepreneur
      Inventor
      Innovator
      Politician
      Activist
      Journalist
      Academic
      Speaker
    • 25. empowerment
      responsibility
      Success is motivated by a desire to build a personal legacy while maintaining social cohesion.
      Success is motivated by a desire to get rich by positively changing the world.
    • 26. empowerment
      responsibility
      Success creates a social movement of people who start caring about achieving good health.
      Success creates case studies proving that better healthcare is possible, and helps the company gain profitable market share.
    • 27. empowerment
      responsibility
      Gives activists proof-points to support
      their arguments.
      Success creates case studies of better health, and gives the company profitable market share.
      Success creates a social movement of people who start caring about achieving good health.
      Gives the capitalists a broader audience,
      growing their market.
    • 28. empowerment
      responsibility
      The two sides will work together,because they share common goals
    • 29. empowerment
      responsibility
      They already are.
    • 30. empowerment
      responsibility
    • 31. Discussion!
      23
      Tyler Willis
      www.tylerwillis.net
      tyler@involver.com
      Male from San Francisco
      European Decent
      Concierge Patient
      Disclaimer: I am a Libertarian-Progressive. I generally trust markets more than I trust government, primarily because I think it’s easier to inspire real change and harder to make massive mistakes in the free market — however I think government must harness the power of markets and put bumper-rails in to protect the masses from greed overdoses. I supported Barack Obama in the 2008 election and continue to do so.
      http://tylerwillis.net/blog/a-plausible-future-of-health/
    • 32. A plausible future of health
      Today, doctors are manipulated by the fear of malpractice into recommending unnecessary procedures that individuals accept because of an information disadvantage. We have little compulsion to overcome this disadvantage because we are not the primary buyers of our own health care. The current position is untenable, and it’s in our interest to influence change with the free market. There are models we can build off, and in the future, it seems likely that patient-advocates will possess the medical knowledge and fiduciary responsibility to allow their clients to decrease their personal costs and increase their quality of life despite a broken system, beating the path down good health reform.  I’ve called this new industry “FutureHealth” in my own thinking, but I don’t like the way that sounds. Can you suggest a better name in the comments?

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