I'm curious if this facility will result in a drop in the net operational costs to TCI, and is that a net gain of 100 jobs or simply consolidating jobs already in place at their three facilities.
One of the biggest problems we've got in the cost of health care is just like government: far too much decentralization of services and too many facilities to maintain and operate. I hate to rain on the parade, but people seem to miss the point that physicians and physician groups getting into the real estate business is one of the driving factors in higher HC costs.
that's right on...
the secondary problem with this sity is it sees empty land and goes "ooh ooh, we need to build something there"