RM: Let’s keep going around for other insights in terms of how you might measure that. Lynn, you want to jump in?
LM: I guess to the typical person, I think when you ask what democracy is, it mostly means one person equals one vote on all material things. In reality, most democracy is one person, one vote, but in general, it’s one person, one vote on things that come to a vote, not necessarily on all things that matter to that entity or organization or group. I wouldn’t even quarrel that the best definition of democracy is one person equals one vote on everything that matters. To me, the question is, is that the best or is that even a common model in emergency medicine today? In addition, I would say it’s neither common nor best if that precise definition is actually the definition.
RM: You want to expand on that?