GHA, in a recently available email to Georgia Wellness News, says it really is studying the growth issue. ‘We have been still along the way of collecting data on the problem,'' stated Kevin Bloye, a GHA vice president. ‘Hopefully, we'll have the ability to offer more upon this soon.’ A condition's decision to reject Medicaid growth would hurt an area hospital industry financially, professionals say. The 2010 wellness reform law is likely to cost hospitals vast amounts of dollars by reducing Medicare reimbursements and phasing out federal government obligations that compensate hospitals for offering free treatment to the indigent .Henry Kissinger hasn’t. If a machine was built by you that could access each and every datum acquired in 100, 000 years of history and store them all on the head of a pin; and if that machine could rearrange all these data in a trillion different patterns in a few minutes; and if that machine could after that generate decisions that reply any query put to it, what would you truly have? You would have, at best, sheer opinion on the most important matters facing the human race. Technocracy is offering a myth of cleverness, a fairy tale. In this fairy tale, the smartest brains would cross a threshold, beyond which intelligence would become something else, something completely different: machines that have higher access to the very best moral values.