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organ transplant supply/demand equaliser

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This is a market-based approach to the often unequal supply of organs to transplant and demand for those organs. It is a system which links hospitals to local dynamic traffic signs and responds to shortages of transplant organs by temporarily raising the speed limit for motorcycles in the vicinity of the local specialist organ transplant hospital.
hippo, May 11 2017

an offshoot from here Subsidized_20GPS_2f...20for_20Motorcycles
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       The system could also operate cycle lane and pedestrian crossing lights slightly out of sequence.
8th of 7, May 11 2017
  

       This has the potential to respond very quickly. A longer term feedback loop could be constructed by raising/lowering the training standard of trauma surgeons.
bs0u0155, May 11 2017
  

       ... or indeed by raising/lowering the training standard of motorcyclists.   

       Raising the training standard of car drivers would also influence outcomes (lowering it simply isn't possible as it's already at rock bottom).
8th of 7, May 11 2017
  

       It could also temporarily and locally make heroin use legal with no restrictions on how it is sold, and also temporarily and locally make electrical fitting regulations not necessary to adhere to part-P or even require insulation at all.
Ian Tindale, May 11 2017
  

       no no no, heroin overdose = no breathing. Hypoxic organs aren't much use. Neither are electrically cooked ones.
bs0u0155, May 11 2017
  

       It's important to get the right match between donor and recipient, in terms of blood groups and probably other such things.   

       In this era of Facebook-scale databases of every living human, it seems feasible to have drivers and riders register their blood group etc in a way that can be linked to their licence plates, so that the speed limit increases can be targeted more precisely.
Wrongfellow, May 11 2017
  
      
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