KEY TAKEAWAY: [inlinetweet prefix=”” tweeter=”” suffix=””]Healthcare is now the single biggest sector of the US economy.[/inlinetweet] It is bigger than big oil, bigger than big banking, and bigger even than the famous military-industrial complex that President Dwight Eisenhower warned about in his farewell speech. In 2013, the most generous estimate pegged the price of the military-industrial complex at $ 1.3 trillion, while healthcare expenditures in 2015 were $ 3.2 trillion, consuming nearly one of every five dollars spent in the US.
KEY TAKEAWAY: “When the world is changing quickly, experience can become a curse, trapping us in old ways of doing and knowing, while inexperience can be a blessing, freeing us to improvise and adapt quickly to changing circumstances. Those who choose to live and work on a learning curve will experience greater vitality in their careers and will be well positioned in the new game of work.”