Tagged: Opinion And Analysis

The Last Epidemic (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

The Last Epidemic (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionHealth CareEditor's Note

Every graph is still showing exponential spread of the coronavirus in the United States. South Korea seems to have been the only country that got ahead of this thing, but that’s easier to do when your land mass is about 70% the size of Arkansas. read more >

A Bit Too Interesting (Editorial)

Opinion

We are all living in interesting times due to the curse that is COVID-19. A pandemic that knows no borders and has no cure was, until the past few weeks, the stuff of bureaucratic game theory and Hollywood thrillers. read more >

An Ounce of Prevention (Editorial)

Opinion

If the tactics used to prevent COVID-19 are deployed and the number of cases and deaths are not as high as predicted, will that be because the pandemic’s dangers were exaggerated, or will that be because the strategies worked? read more >

The Right Balance (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

The Right Balance (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionHealth CareEditor's Note

If you are having trouble deciding how you, your family and your company should respond to an unprecedented health crisis, you might cut some slack to the journalists who are also trying to strike a balance that contributes to public safety while not fomenting panic. read more >

What to Change, and When (Jim Karrh On Marketing)

What to Change, and When (Jim Karrh On Marketing)

OpinionHealth CareRestaurants & FoodTechnology & Telecom

Is it time for a change in your business message? Depending on the research you follow and the experiences of other organizations, you could be led to different conclusions. read more >

The Beauty of Experience (Editorial)

Opinion

The impact of the new coronavirus on the world seems to us an example of the butterfly effect, the concept that a small event — say, a butterfly fluttering its wings — can evolve into a global phenomenon. read more >

Calling On The Deep State (Editorial)

OpinionHealth Care

When the United States is facing a potential pandemic — and the potential of an accompanying economic downturn — its citizens need to be able to trust their government. read more >