The looming shortage of engineers and scientists in the United States is a frequently told story. Concrete measures to solve the shortage? Not quite as frequently discussed. Enter the Engineering Society of Detroit Institute, which has issued five recommendations for a sustainable, collaborative Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics blueprint in order to help fill the pipeline.
SOUTHFIELD — Following years of economic distress, many of Michigan’s engineers and scientists gave up and left the state, resulting in a huge engineering shortage. The answer? Bring back those who left, and find ways […]
The Engineering Society of Detroit and its Institute will unveil a plan on Tuesday, Oct. 18 that will lay out what the ESD is calling bold initiatives to transform Michigan’s economy into a model for the entire nation, including a new initiative to eliminate waste in health care, and create an efficient delivery system for patients, doctors and providers.
High-tech medical monitoring devices, dozens of experimental programs sponsored by federal health care reform, and the constant drives for efficiency and cost-cutting by employers are all working to reduce waste in health care.