Tuesday, October 25, 2005
Actually, hospitals are just a part of the healthcare system, and there are serious people who are trying to improve them, and doing a good job of it. The problem with health care in the USA is not a lack of bang; rather, it's the old bang:buck ratio thing. The point of sites such as Hospital Impact is to figure out how to get more bangs for fewer bucks.
Grand Rounds is a celebration of those bangs, and it doesn't cost any bucks. The host this week is to be commended for an arduous task of compiling the submissions, and presenting them in a nice, palatable format.
Readability hint: Sitemeter tells me that 70% of you are still using Internet Explorer. Don't do that. It is no way to read a carnival. Instead, use a tabbed browser, such as Firefox. Set the preferences to 1) open new tabs in background, and 2) load middle-clicked URLs in tabs; then, just middle-click on all the links. You get all the posts open in individual tabs, ready for you to read at your leisure.
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