Join Bob McGannon for an in-depth discussion in this video On favorite projects, part of Insights from a Project Manager.
I have one favorite project at the moment, really stands out in my mind,…probably because it was recent but for another reason as well, its very public.…So, down in Australia, we have a socialized health care system.…And Australians carry a Medicare card.…And whenever you go to a pharmacy or you go to a doctor's office or…the hospital or whatever you do, you present…your Medicare card, which is not too different…than your insurance card here in the United States.…When when this first all came out with the, with the Medicare…card, what you'd have to do in Australia is you'd present the card.…
You'd pay your money.…And then you'd have to take the card and a…lot of paperwork to a Medicare office and get a refund.…Of the moneys that you've paid.…But I was associated with a project that ultimately converted…that and the Medicare card became like a credit card.…So you'd actually swipe your Medicare card like a credit card.…A payment would then go to the service provider,…the doctor, the hospital, the pharmacy, whatever the case maybe.…
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