Must read if you are at all interested in healthcare experience.
Fast Company: “How to Commit Medicare Fraud in Six Easy Steps”
Scary how easy this is.
“It’s like this big thing,” he said, spreading his arms wide. “All you see is hallways and elevators and lots and lots of rooms.”
He’s talking about a hospital. Seems an appropriate representation.
Those that have been subsidized hate having it end, and even those that will save money don’t really like the truth of their consumption so clearly exposed.
Always good to remind yourself about all that which impacts health. Hospitals can’t fix transportation problems. Or can they?
Disrupt. Or be disrupted. Frank Moss:
But imagine a far more extreme transformation, in which advances in information technology, biology and engineering allow us to move much of health care out of hospitals, clinics and doctors’ offices, and into our everyday lives.
Ecosystems outlast organisms.