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Produce Wealth ♪♫ Be Happy ♪♫ Be Wise ♪♫٩(๏̯͡๏)۶¯`••._.•٩Mo$۶¯`

INTRODUCING …•٩Mo$۶¯`rnrnrnMy Idea is quite simple- that is the beauty of this ´idea`- enough with these special goofy charters... but they are part of the plan as well... as you can see, these characters evoke emotion and comatose analysis session... big think is what I see above - a very attractive and emotionally charged logo... I can see that the “b” in BIG has a curving upper stem... coincidence.. I think not! Aha, oYo and YiYiYippy...

Obama’s Sino Expert and The Rising China

The Sino-expert didn’t suggest our President Obama to quote Karl Marx but Mencius. I hope the Chinese comrades have the courage to get rid of the “Goat skin” of Communism and further walk out the shadow of Deng Xiaoping. Sino-expert of America can learn something from Mencius. Chinese surely can learn from him too and change the modern China to a positive rising China.

Business Model innovation for the Health Insurance Provider

Our idea offers a solution for how the for-profit health insurance provider business model can be innovated on to not only allow for active participation and collaboration by policyholders in the creation of value, generate additional revenue and help finance the cost of health plans, but also provide for the realization of an improved, and invariably more productive alignment of interests and strategies across the entire healthcare value network.

Business Model innovation for the Health Insurance Provider

Our idea offers a solution for how the for-profit health insurance provider business model can be innovated on to not only allow for active participation and collaboration by policyholders in the creation of value, generate additional revenue and help finance the cost of health plans, but also provide for the realization of an improved, and invariably more productive alignment of interests and strategies across the entire healthcare value network.

Diagnosing the New Medpedia

Yesterday, web entrepreneur James Currier, the founder of Ooga Labs, launched an open-source encyclopedia for medical information — sort of.  Currier’s site, Medpedia, plans to avoid the inaccuracy pitfalls of […]