One of my goals now is to try to reflect on my past each day and see what I can learn. In that effort, my blog post today will be based on and inspired by a search back through my emails from 2011.
First thing I see is tons of different ideas that I email to myself.… read more “Reflecting on the Past”
I was just in the gym of the hotel we are staying at on Kauai for our honeymoon and overheard a couple of doctors talking. The entire conversation was about how they generate revenue and how to get more. Neither of them mentioned quality of care or patient outcomes once.
Our healthcare system incentivizes doctors to perform as many procedures as possible at a high of cost as possible without regard to patient outcomes.… read more “Doctors Should Be Paid On Outcomes, Not Procedures”
I realized yesterday that I have my personal history documented on my blog, in my gmail, and on Facebook stretching back ten years.
I read some of my ancient emails and came to see a different side to myself. I found some good, and lots of the embarrassing. Sadly I also found the bad.
The good included old dreams and ideas that have come to fruition.… read more “Personal History”
Gambling preys on neurological habits that people can’t control. Casinos make their games more addictive than heroin or tobacco.
We should outlaw gambling.
Casino employees know how bad people are hurt by gambling, but still try to find ways to get them even more addicted. Gambling and casinos are straight evil.
I am investigating possibly setting up an Employee Stock Ownership Plan for my team. If it will not cause too large of an expense or tax or legal issues I will probably do it. My biggest concern right now is that overseas team members may not be able to participate and that it could be cost prohibitive (tens of thousands of dollars) to hire someone to administer it.… read more “ESOP Plans”