Published on : Apr 21, 2015
Jim Clifton, the Chairman of Gallup have gone on records to state that the world today is on the verge of witnessing World War III in his book The Coming Jobs War. The war, as observed by Clifton will be on the same lines with its precursors. The war is likely to rage in countries that dictate the communities on account of enjoying the major share of jobs, and therefore are more prosper.
According to the book, smart directors who played a major role in triggering economic development are expected to stake their claims to reach the place where they can reinvent health care. As a byproduct, these entities will gain from the creation of increased job opportunities.
A common trend that has engulfed major cities worldwide is the practice of leaving the “war” for the healthcare systems within the community to takeover. The book asks its readers to discard the conventional model of economic development, wherein specialized communities would smear a thin coating of marketing to their offerings and then dip it into some tax breaks before they can offer the same to corporations to lure them into it.
The new model that is adopted by the health care industry today includes first identifying that a majority of tax breaks offered are overshadowed by the pertinent differences existing between the healthcare value between one community and another.
It has been observed, if we set aside payroll, the largest cost incurred by a majority of the industries and multinational is the healthcare benefit cost. Manufacturers have exhibited a common tendency of shifting focus towards high value healthcare centers, from low cost manufacturing centers. For instance, reports reveal IBM is seriously considering searching a perfect location for their technology centers that will be based on healthcare value equation.