InterOPERANT LLC is developing a Block Chain powered Consumer platform to support Health, Wellness and Prevention of Disease – Radiant Health.today
It is commonly known that insured American healthcare consumers (65% of population) pay twice per capita what Europeans do for healthcare and we are less healthy. The extraordinary total cost of the US healthcare system around 23% of GNP or $4.1 trillion has made American based businesses non-competitive. It is also bankrupting the middle class. Obamacare was not the answer and neither will other incremental reforms to the current system. A new streamlined, consumer centric approach to healthcare needs to be designed from scratch.
Enter Radiant Health.today and the Radiant Health Outcome Composer. This product/service is a smartphone App that confidentially and securely presets and tracks user biometric, preventative, integrative and lifestyle data to guide the user to Radiant Health Outcomes over time. The Radiant Health Outcome Composer™ (RHOC) is a buttery smooth health and wellness UI which addresses total health and wellness obstacles, treatments and challenges. RHOC allows a user to map a wellness lifestyle path that incorporates all the key variables that affect wellness. . With RHOC™ anyone can learn how to create their own Radiant Health map and plan in less than 20 minutes. While the RHOC UI is intuitive an easy to use and interpret, it can accommodate the unique circumstances of individuals and be customized to meet their specific health and wellness needs. As well it runs within the Block Chain full Asset Trust model. The net effect for younger cohort groups getting into the RHOC program is expected to be far less chronic age related degenerative disease, lower long-term health care costs, more active monitoring of health between doctors or CAM providers and patients and healthier, happier, higher energy consumers.
The Harvard Business Review says it best
“Finally, health care, which has been largely immune to the forces of disruptive innovation, is beginning to change. Seeing the potential to improve health with simple primary-care strategies, some of the biggest incumbent players are inviting new entrants focused on empowering consumers into their highly regulated ecosystems, bringing down costs.”This shift is long overdue. Whereas new technologies, competitors, and business models have made products and services more affordable and accessible in media, finance, retail, and other sectors, U.S. health care keeps getting costlier. It is now by far the world’s most expensive system per capita, about twice that of the UK, Canada, and Australia, with chronic conditions such as diabetes and heart disease now accounting for more than 80% of total spending.These astronomical costs are largely due to the way competition works in American health care. Employers and insurance companies — not end consumers — call the shots on what kind of care they will pay for. Large hospitals and physician practices, in turn, compete as if they’re in an arms race to attract payers, adding advanced diagnostic gear or new surgical wings to differentiate, driving up costs.
In most industries, disruption comes from startups. Yet almost all health care innovation funded since 2000 has been for sustaining the industry’s business model rather than disrupting it. Our analysis of Pitchbook Data shows that more than $200 billion has been poured into health care venture capital, mostly in biotech, pharma, and devices where advances typically make health care more sophisticated — and expensive. Less than 1% of those investments have focused on helping consumers to play a more active role in managing their own health, an area ripe for disruptive approaches.” Jennifer Maravillas, HBR.
For more information, or an investor executive briefing contact:
Don Lyons, CEO InterOPERANT LLC/Radiant Health.today
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