I've yet to see a driverless car, but I bet that it's headed to the funeral of some hospital.
I’ve yet to see a driverless car, but I bet that it’s headed to the funeral of some hospital.
The tides come in and out, ties get wider then narrower then wider again, and society cycles round and round from "me" to "we."
Proponents of the ACO model argue that this time it’s different, that the model is not about controlling physicians, it’s about clinical issues and getting physicians integrated with other providers, both in respect of macro issues (e.g., establishing protocols, determining best practices and the design of studies) and micro issues (e.g., the coordination of a particular patient’s care).
A study found little correlation between nonprofit hospitals’ CEO pay, which averaged almost $600,000 per year, and performance.
Google’s driverless cars have logged over 100,000 miles without incident. I don’t know how many car drivers will want to give up the control, but I’d bet that large trucking companies are doing the calculations.
These are two entirely different goals and if a definitive answer doesn't immediately pop out of your mouth you're in trouble.