"A crowd flowed over London Bridge, so many; I had not thought death had undone so many" (T. S. Eliot, The Waste Land).
Zombies are numerous. The real threat zombies present are through sheer numbers that overwhelm and devour resources. Prior to health care reform, zombies represented quantity in hospitals' efforts to keep their beds full and to generate volume through retention and readmission. In the post zombie era, volume remains a significant source of income, but this volume results from increased numbers of insured who will finally be able to use America's health care networks. As new ranks of the insured pass through hospitals, patient cycle time will become critical and will increase such institutions' emphasis from in-house treatment to pre- and post-hospital stay care. Such a shift will require the expansion of employees' job descriptions and, probably, the creation of entirely new roles for existing and onboarded personnel. In such cases, success and more efficient hospitals will require more sophisticated training management and personnel recruitment systems such as those provided by TEDS' Learning Management and Talent Acquisition Solutions.