America’s Biggest Problems: Our Behavior and Our Culture

Most of the United States’ health care costs come from diabetes, heart disease and obesity—problems that could be fixed by changing our behavior.

Using Information Instead of a $7,300 Band-Aid

How an expensive trip to the emergency room convinced a tech entrepreneur that there is something seriously wrong with medical care in America.

Health Care’s Information Management Problem

Medpedia seeks to balance the distributed nature of knowledge with the oversight of medical professionals.

The Power of Distributed Control

The "major thesis of our lives" is that zero marginal cost technologies like the Internet are allowing systems of control to be distributed, rather than centralized.