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The September 16, 2007 Issue Provided by System Dynamics Inc.
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Healthcare Unbound: A Progress Report
Dr. Jeremy Nobel, Harvard School of Public Health Dr. Jeremy Nobel, Harvard School of Public Health, sees leading health plans moving toward "member facing" systems and applications
Michael Barrett of Critical Mass Consulting Michael Barrett of Critical Mass Consulting, called "the father of Healthcare Unbound", used a economic concept called "loss aversion" to explain why individuals are likely to sabotage their own compliance. [courtesy Critical Mass Consulting]
Myca's mobile health applications Myca's initial products target dieters, new parents, and those adults desiring health support. [courtesy Myca website]
Allison (left) with her physical therapist Allison (left) at home with her physical therapist
Photos ©2007 System Dynamics Inc. except as otherwise credited

Ubicom--Keeping Media Streams Working
Kevin Gee of Ubicom Kevin Gee, Ubicom's Senior Product Manager, showing us their reference design handling high-def video
Ubicom's 5000-series processor This is a block diagram of Ubicom's StreamEngine 5000-series processors [courtesy Ubicom]
Ubicom's software architecture This shows the software architecture operating on Ubicom's 3000 series processors [courtesy Ubicom]
802.11n will overtake 802.11g in 2008 Ubicom commissioned a study to estimate the rate of penetration of 802.11n. They forecast that 802.11n will overtake 802.11g in the middle of 2008. [courtesy Ubicom]
Photos ©2007 System Dynamics Inc. except as otherwise credited