If Men Are From Mars and Women Are From Venus, Then DHHS Is From Dune!
Without question, men and women see things differently. We process things differently. Which, of course, is why John Gray, Ph.D’s book “Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus” was such a huge success. Men and women are so different that we can see (or read) the same thing and have two completely different ideas about what happened.
An example of the difference in male and female perception is how men and women view their bodies. Men, generally, think of themselves as much better looking than they acually are in reality…
Whereas women, generally, think they are fatter or uglier than they are…
Then here comes DHHS…
Yesterday (Tuesday) at the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Health and Human Services meeting, Chief Information Officer Joe Cooper said the state staffers overseeing the NCTracks system should be “congratulated on seeing this project through a successful launch.”
For seeing NCTracks through a SUCCESSFUL launch??
Men may be from Mars. Women may be from Venus. But DHHS is from Dune and just as fictional.
Posted on December 11, 2013, in Accountability, Computer Sciences Corporation, CSC, General Assembly, Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Health and Human Services, Medicaid, Medicaid Reimbursements, NC, NCTrack Glitches, NCTracks, NCTracks Billing Issues, North Carolina, Timely Payments and tagged CSC, Division of Medical Assistance, DMA, Health care provider, Joe Cooper, Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Health and Human Services, Medicaid, Medicaid Reimbursments, NC DHHS, NC Medicaid, NCTracks, NCTracks Billing Issues, NCTracks Problems, North Carolina, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
On Dune there is the the most precious substance in the universe – the spice Melange. The spice extends life. The spice expands consciousness.
Our illustrious policy makers would BENEFIT if they were on Dune and partook of Melange but they are here on Terra Firma partaking in 5-hydroxy-politcal-mind-numbingizine.
That’s the best closing comment in the history of blogs.