Micro Hospitals – Rethinking Scale and Patient Access


One of the key hallmarks of capitalism is growth. At a macro level, we use statistics like gross domestic product (GDP) to measure the health of an economy. A country with a rising GDP is viewed as strong and innovative, while the opposite is said of a country with static or declining GDP. Similar conclusions are drawn at the industry level, where we judge a company’s strength by its growth rates, in metrics like revenue, profit margin, volume, and cash flow.[i] Continue reading