The Exchange

Exchange is a publication featuring a dialogue on medical industry research and application. The content is a summary of research from both academia and the medical industry, followed by commentary on the importance of the research and its application for the industry. Topics highlighted in Exchange will span all sectors of the medical industry and include commentary from leaders of national firms and researchers from the University of Minnesota and other academic institutions. All Exchange publications are in PDF format.

Spring 2014 - Better, But for How Long?
This issue highlights a study by Gopesh Anand, John Gray, and Enno Siemensen, in which they examine decay in adherence to operational routines over time. Commentary is by Richard Manning, PhD, Partner at Bates White, LLC.

Previous Issues

Summer 2013 - Really Getting to the Heart of the Matter
Winter 2013 - Is IT the best Rx for patients?
Fall 2012 - Side-by-Side for Safety
Spring 2012 - Can Mass Media Campaigns Change Health Behaviors?
Summer 2011 - A Path to Harnessing Health Information in Real Time
Fall 2010 - Unionization in Nursing Homes
Winter 2010 Studying High Performance in a Healthcare Supply Chain
Spring 2009 Competition Among Health Insurance Companies: Evidence From the Online HMO Auctions
Fall 2008 National Health Insurance Competition: Will it Lower the Cost of Individual Health Insurance?
Spring 2008 The Globalization of Research and Development: An Analysis of Japanese Pharmaceutical Firms