This article looked like yet another: ‘I’m going to fix medicine by selling software to those dumb doctors.’ articles that crop up frequently only to sink beneath the waves. However, this one has an intriguing approach: ‘…Half of the company will belong to its founders, investors and employees. The other 50% will belong to all of the physicians who sign up. At the end of each year, the company will set aside some reserves and distribute half of the remaining profits to the network of physician owners. The remaining money will go to the founders, investors and employees with equity stakes in the company…’ Now if Zelko and co would only go open source, they’d have something.