Friday, July 1, 2011

Smile Effects

"Network, of the interactive type, is not just a slogan or a plan. It is a shared attitude. If you want its benefits start learning to converse.

"Internal deception does not really belong in a network. If someone is arguing to the contrary ("The other side does it.") perhaps they should not be included."

Consider this scenario and see how much of the outlined concept applies.

A complex mechanism to deliver life-saving care to an individual is cobbled together over a period of decades. A built-in conflict-of-interest plagues the otherwise sensible service.

When those in control have a vested interest in the 'need' rather than the solution, inefficiency and corruption follow like ducklings to their mom. Why? Need and solution, naturally conflict.

"More sick people (not us), more revenue. What's not to like?"

"I can't afford it."

"Pay your bills."

"This bill is incorrect.

"Call me [so it is difficult for you to document what I  claim verbally]"

"For your protection [we can't be held accountable with real-time communications whose recordings are available to anybody besides us.] ..."

© 2011 Buzz Hill

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