As I noted a few days ago, my colleagues and I at CareCyte have posted a proposal to the Obama Healthcare team, inviting them to undertake a project that we believe would significantly reduce healthcare costs at the same time that it improved quality, and, simultaneously, because we would be using automobile-style manufacturing processes, make a huge contribution to the automobile and steel industries in the U.S.
(Roald Laurenson reminds me that it is not so easy to find the proposal in the way that I pointed to it. So I put this link to the proposal in this posting. Thank you Roald!)
I would really appreciate it if you would take a look at the proposal and help us raise it to the attention of the new administration. You can leave your comment on the Change.gov website.
To see how to do that, click here.
Thank you very much!
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Look, Chauncey, I think you have something attractive here, and it is interesting.
However, there is no ’10 page’ writeup of it that I can discover anywhere on your website or its attached weblog.
I am sure I am not the only one to discover this. Perhaps most just turn away when they can’t find the details?
Hoping you can fix it.
p.s. Ok, I found the writeup. Not on your website, but on this Change.gov site.
This is a pretty good disconnect, don’t you think? People aren’t going to go there until they understand more about the plan than the ‘once-over’ blogsite niceities.
Here’s the link for the writeup, for anyone else, and if it will show here in comments:
Click to access CareCyte-Idea-for-Obama-Healthcare-Team-20081219.pdf
You are a prince!
Obvious except to me at midnight posting.
Thanks for doing the research, and now I’ll put the citation in the original posting.
How did you find me?
Chauncey, I can’t remember! Very likely a link from someone else’s weblog where I read an article mentioning yours.
I use Google Reader, and winnow things down pretty tightly, don’t read anything that doesn’t show interest. But you are in my list of those each day to be considered ;).