What can we learn from SpaceX busy month?
"SpaceX has also launched three other rockets during the last month; two Starlink satellite missions and a classified satellite for the National Reconnaissance Office. Additionally, SpaceX has a Starlink launch planned for Friday morning at 5:42 am ET (09:42 UTC), just five hours after the Crew-3 landing.
So, is this too much for the company to handle in a safe manner? NASA officials that SpaceX has assigned enough people to different teams to handle all of the work. NASA's Steve Stich, who manages the Commercial Crew Program, also said SpaceX stands out from other space companies in the amount of work it automates, particularly when it comes to reviewing data from launches and landings."
Dedicated teams and automation. Can we accomplish more in Health IT with this formula?
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Today in health, it mastering automation is the key. To exceptional results. My name is bill Russell. I'm a former CIO for a 16 hospital system and creator of this week health. A set of channels dedicated to keeping health it staff current. And engaged.
We want to thank our show sponsors who are investing in developing the next generation of health. It leaders. Gordian dynamics, Quill health tau site. Nuance Canon medical and current health. Check them out at this week. health.com/today. Today, we're going to look at an article about the recent space X flights. You may wonder what this has to do with health it, and I will get there buried at the end of this story is a great lesson for us as leaders of health. It.
Alright, here we go. , the article is from ARS Technica. The title is
space X caps, an incredibly busy month with a NASA crew landing Friday morning. Very quiet launches, beautiful landings. They say after 177 days, space flight, four astronauts return to earth early Friday morning aboard crew dragon and Dorrance skipped a couple of paragraphs here.
This was endurance is first space flight and the commander Sherry said it performed admirably. On the flight to and from the space station. Thanks for letting us take endurance on its shakedown. Cruise. Sherri said shortly after landing. Looking forward to watching many more flights of endurance in the future. That was a great ride.
Splashdown mark the completion of space X forth crude space flight for NASA carrying a total of 14 astronauts to and from the international space station, as well as to private orbital space lights, the inspiration for an Axiom one missions. Additionally crew for mission recently launched on April 27th for NASA with its four astronauts presently living on the space station.
In less than two years since its debut as a human space flight vehicle crew dragon has now flown more astronauts into orbit and back 22, then NASA. Gemini spacecraft 20 of nexus Apollo capsule at 45. And then of course you have the space shuttle, which has taken close to 800 astronauts astronauts. , to and from space.
The last month has been especially busy for the private rocket company space ex. They launched a private, actually a mission on April 8th. Landed it on April 25th. Just two days later on April 27th, SpaceX launched the crew for mission for NASA. And on Friday morning, it's team saw the crew three flight safely home.
If you look at all this work in the last month, you know, I really want to personally thank SpaceX for performing such seamless operations on all those missions said, Kathy. Looters. Chief human space flight operations at NASA during the post landing news conference. Very quiet launches. Beautiful landings.
Yeah, which I think is the goal space X has also launched three other rockets during the last month. Two Starlink satellite missions. And a classified satellite for a national reconnaissance office. Additionally space X has a Starlink launch plan for Friday morning at 5:42 AM. Just five hours after crew three landing.
, so it goes on. So this is, and this is really the key set of paragraphs for us today. So is this too much for the company to handle in a safe manner? NASA officials. Said that space X has assigned enough people to different teams to handle all of the work. NASA Steve stitch. Who manages the commercial crew program also said space X stands out from other space companies in the amount of work. It automates, particularly when it comes to reviewing data from launches and landings. William Gerstenmaier vice-president.
Of build and flight reliability at space. X said the last month has man a special time for his company, but he added that different groups of people at space X are each focus on different projects and they've managed to keep their focus.
Our heads have not been honest swivel. He said the results seem to back that up.
All right. So that's the story. The key here is going to be about automation. As you know, I end these stories with my, so what, and the, so what on this story is we've gotten so used to incredible things from space X. That we gloss over what they have accomplished in our accomplishing. Lots of flawless, takeoffs and landings.
And what can be a very complex and dangerous set of activities.
How can they do so much? Dedicated teams and automation. I go back to that sentence at the tail end of the article. , space X stands out from other space companies in the amount of work. It automates, particularly when it comes to reviewing data from launches and landings.
Let's take a look at that. What can dedicated teams and automation do for health? It. I believe it can lead to exceptional results. This is the equivalent of everyone operating at the top of their license. Every team member has a defined set of responsibilities and they aren't weighted down by the mundane.
The human mind was designed to be engaged, not numbed by repetitive tasks. Automation can create an environment where your human capital can flourish. What is your automation strategy? Do you have a steady stream of projects in the works and in governance to introduce to your health system, if not now is the time to stand that up. Not to just get it started, but to stand it up as a program that can launch many more automation projects. All right. That's all for today. If you know someone that might benefit from our channel, please forward them a note.
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