By Monica E. Oss Last week, I wrote about the need for creativity and innovation in health and human service development—with the caveat that great ideas were not enough for long-term sustainability (see Innovation Isn't Enough). I had a number of great comments from our readers about the piece, but the one from Jamie Stewart, Chief Executive Officer, Grafton Integrated Health Network, really caught my attention. He wrote: [caption id="attachment_724875" align="alignright" width="100"] Jamie Stewart[/caption] Innovation is expensive. And by that, what I mean is that many "innovative" companies actually have losses on those operations for years. Amazon, for example, had six years of losses…
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