No industry in the history of man has matched the speed of progress of the semi/nanotech industry in bringing solutions to market and continuously improving them after introduction. Bringing and adapting these structures both physical and virtual to medical is our best hope for dealing with the current crisis we are dealing with. The ability of the tech sector to morph and adapt is proven while most medical systems comparatively move at a snails pace. Sometimes this is prudent, but this is not one of those times. It's way past time to remove the numerous barriers put in place by special interests in the medical industry that slow down many paths to advancement to a slow crawl. These two industries although they intersect at many points, the medical industry is still dominated by well documented slow progress, special interests barriers and markups, especially in pharmaceuticals and procedures that border on the insane. I have priced the procedures in many medical billings and found the costs to be fifty dollars a minute in every single segment of a service in procedures, which would be considered insane in almost every other field. Bringing the speed of innovation, cost effectiveness and rate of improvement of the tech sector to medical is not an option, but a critical necessity if we are to survive and prosper both financially and health wise as a society. The ability of any industry or business to use the law to mandate corruption or inefficiency has to be dealt with for it shows no sign of abating and is only getting worse. This is the ultimate white collar crime for it uses the law itself to sustain it. Sadly it is not just the medical industry that abuses the legislative system in this way. If the tech sector had been dominated in this way, we would be years behind while delivering high cost, low performance products compared to what we have now.