Why Healthcare Access will no Longer Have a Price-tag After the Full Realization of Healthureum

Lack of funds, unavailability of new medical talent, and the rising costs of labor are among some of the things holding back the current healthcare system. Countries like Japan had a doctor-patient ration of one to two thousand; a threatening figure considering not all areas in the country have proper equipment and expertise. As such, medical facilities around the world are opting for technologically-driven virtual healthcare such as the Healthureum
While it’s yet to be launched, the Healthureum bears all the markings of a successful healthcare system. With new technology such as Blockchain to ensure secure transactions and quick data storage and retrieval, this project is unlike anything we have seen in medical circles. However, humans are slow to evolve and to reach its objective at a faster rate; the project will require assistance from adopters and stakeholders.
The Healthureum pre-sale token TGE was held on 16th December 2017, and interested parties grabbed the opportunity to right all the wrongs that are currently affecting the medical systems in place and hindering growth in the sector. If you missed this, don’t worry, there’s an upcoming main TGE in the works. Hashed Health Consortium in Illinois has already adopted Blockchain technology with the help of government officials, and the results are encouraging. India has also done the same, and it’s now up to the rest of the world to follow suit.
Blockchain technology also comes as good news to investors who have donated millions of dollars to hospitals or research programs with nothing to show for it. Corruption due to poor leadership in some places and greed have taken over hospital systems making it hard for global health to move in unison. Similarly, research programs are rarely making groundbreaking inventions due to the lack of interoperability between medical institutions, which makes the sharing of valuable data a tall order.
Here are some of the ways stakeholders and adopters will help Healthureum realize its dream of affordable healthcare on a global scale.
• Population Health Management
The reason there are so many deaths associated with both manageable and incurable diseases is the lack of collaboration between healthcare facilities regarding patient data. This reactive approach to managing public health surveillance also blames outdated EHR systems which make data analysis a complex task as well as its collection. However, by adopting the Healthureum, patients, as well as medical facilities, will be able to share data with ease and aid research programs in search of new treatment plans.
Not to mention, tackling epidemic scenarios will be easy seeing Blockchain will help monitor population health. As such, the project will be able to identify trends and risks in a particular disease’s spread and counter its outbreak. By adopting Healthureum and Blockchain technology, medical institutions will be taking a proactive approach to disease management as doctors get better insight into a patient’s health and habits helping them reassess their risk profiles.
• Costs
Over 100,000 people perish on an annual basis after taking counterfeit drugs. The counterfeit drug industry last year amassed profits of over $20 billion making it a stable menace eating off of patient’s misery. More so, philanthropists and well-wishers are quickly disappearing due to the multiple cases of fraud and corruption in the healthcare sector. By adopting the Healthureum, healthcare facilities will be able to lower their costs paving the way for affordable healthcare.
Presently, almost all hospitals are using resource intensive processes. By switching to Blockchain technology, these institutions will cut costs associated with data and funds transfer while reducing instances of overbilling for patients and ensuring proper management of the resources received from philanthropists.
• Innovation
As technology integrates itself further into our lives, daily routines have become easier to follow for the determined and businesses are now able to offer better services. Adopting the latest medical innovations means the entire Healthureum ecosystem will benefit from enhanced efficiency. Doctors will be able to carry out their duties at a faster rate resulting in patient satisfaction and improved healthcare standards.
Innovations will also help patients recover better, and healthcare institutions will be able to utilize their funds in a better way. For starters, Blockchain technology is tamperproof. Not to mention, all transactions have timestamps meaning adopters can follow their money and ensure that it fulfills the intended tasks.
• Regulation
There are glaring differences in the quality of health care you receive from different medical institutions around the world. However, adopters and participators will help Healthureum lower regulatory and operational risks while facilitating information sharing. The more adopters this project receives, the easier it will be for the project to enhance interoperability and standardization of healthcare standards around the globe.

More information visit https://www.healthureum.io/

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