Author : NaveenSankarS

Why do we use the word ‘may’ in our articles and messages?

This is a question that we often get in all our communications channels. When it comes to health, medical professionals and researchers are careful with their words, and one word that is often used is “may.” You might have heard a doctor say, “You may experience some pain after this procedure,” or “This medication may […]

Are Medical associations responsible for your irrational medical bills?

The article was first published by this author in medium.com Healthcare costs have grown significantly in America over the last 60 years. Numerous attempts have been made to control costs, but none have succeeded. As of 2019, healthcare expenditures stand at 17.7% of GDP. Many factors can cause the price of a service to rise. […]

Implementing AI at large organizations

Originally published in Medium by the author What’s the unique transformative technology that has hit us in the 21 st century? The answer to this from any business leader is usually AI or Machine Learning. It’s normal to see the business community raving about it. “AI is one of the most important things humanity is […]

Reboot America — New Opportunities

Originally published in Medium by the author Positioning America to take full advantage of the fourth industrial revolution would require us to take a closer look at the trends driving it that are unique to America. If the last two presidential elections are any indication, the electorate also believes we are heading in the wrong […]

Side effects of not taking Covid Vaccine

Covid vaccine availability has skyrocketed in the last few weeks. Many US states have opened it up for the general adult population. This has also triggered another debate among the general population. Should I get the vaccine? Vaccination is a controversial subject. A long history of adverse outcomes from vaccines has triggered the Anti-vaccer movement. […]

The Right to Prescribe

Original article published in medium by the author My recent article on corruption in the medical industry promoted by trade unions such as the texas medical association is just one side of the coin. The latest casualty of corrupt trade unions colluding with the insurance industry is doctors. Ask any practicing physician who is willing […]

Digital 2.0 — Streaming IDE

Originally published in Medium by the author Onboarding developers is a time-consuming process in any teams out there. A developer joining the company triggers a number of the process which usually involves There is a significant amount of automation around step 1 and 2 in most organizations, but step three tends to be complicated based […]

Digital 2.0 — Appdev disruption

Originally published in Medium by the author Disruption is an overused term in our industry. We saw the release of two frameworks that can fundamentally change the app dev industry. Before we take a deep dive, let us look take a quick look at the background. Last five years was momentous for app dev space. […]

The Wave is here

Originally published in Medium by the author It’s more than a year since I wrote about a potential market crash. Needless to say, it was an eventful year, and we are seeing a lot of articles looking back. There are many interesting events to look back and introspect on, but for the moment, let’s game what […]

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