I’m on the phone for a thirty-minute interview with a corporation that has a specialty division in healthcare UX. The UX director on the other end of the line starts by telling me how much out of every dollar of a hospital’s profits a hospital actually gets to keep. It’s a practiced and well-rehearsed spiel she effortlessly runs through. She continues to tell me how this position, the position I am interviewing for, will help hospitals keep more of every dollar they make.

Just what I always dreamed of — making a large corporation more money.

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