Silencing the cacophony can be deafening.
In healthcare, there are many competing voices all vying for attention. These voices all are shouting as loud as they can hoping to be heard; hoping, that someone will take a moment and look at them and listen. Healthcare is a morass of competing interests and a majority of those competing interests are committed to maintaining the status quo (read – what benefits them or no change).
Make no mistake, there is a cacophony, and this cacophony is made up of the voices telling you that change in healthcare is impossible.
They are wrong.
Occupy healthcare is about bringing a voice to the voiceless. Occupy healthcare is about change. Occupy healthcare is about movement in the right direction. Occupy healthcare is about you.
What are your thoughts?
Are these principles sufficient to describe and cultivate a movement that aims to change healthcare?
This is our challenge.