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In this issue:

IDEA WATCH
"How to Live with Risks" by the Editors of Harvard Business Review.

FEATURE ARTICLES
"The Employer – Led Health Care Revolution" by Patricia A. McDonald, Robert S. Mecklenburg, MD, and Lindsay A. Martin.
"Engineering Reverse Innovations" by Amos Winter and Vijay Govindarajan.
"How to Negotiate with Powerful Suppliers" by Petros Paranikas, Grace Puma Whiteford, Bob Tevelson, and Dan Belz.

Please Note: Harvard Business Review does not publish in August.

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