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Posted by Pete Nanos on 10/7/2015 9:59:12 AM

Healthcare needs “Ludicrous Mode”
Today I read an article about the new Tesla Model X. Being a car guy means that I immediately want to know how fast it can go. As it turns out it’s REALLY fast. An average minivan can go from 0 to 60mph in about 10 seconds. The Tesla Model X ‘Performance‘ model can go the same distance in 3.8 seconds. For a little more money, one can purchase the ‘Ludicrous Mode’ option, which makes it go the same distance in just 3.2 seconds! If you aren’t into cars, think of those skydiving videos that make the person’s face flap around… that’s how fast this is. Today, I can’t seem to find a parallel to this type of technology and advancement in healthcare. I won’t go so far as to say we are in the horse and buggy era, but we are behind. We need to figure out how to get to ‘Ludicrous Mode‘ in healthcare.


Posted by Murray Reicher, MD FACR on 6/25/2015 8:41:10 AM

Understanding and Benchmarking Your Healthcare IT Costs
A logical paradox seems to currently apply to the understanding and management of healthcare information technology (HIT) costs: although healthcare providers face common problems, they don’t often collaborate in solving their problems in a common manner.


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