Gongol.com Archives: October 2016
Huge consequences follow a failure to address costs in the health-care sector. We've only re-shuffled who pays.
They've had a recent history of substantial revisions, so take the number with a grain of salt. But if it's true or close to true, then it's very good news. We need broad-based economic growth -- but we also need to be attentive to the likelihood that a lot of parts of the country are experiencing their own local economic slowdowns that aren't reflected in national figures.
Is it a sign of complacency or something worse?
What's the real end game?
Some of the tools are still in development and roll-out, but it looks like the pending acquisition by Microsoft has put a little bit of new life into the company