Monday, April 18, 2011

Gill's Notes::Global Healthcare - a multi-billion dollar collaboration

GE recently committed $6 bn to invest in this emerging trillion dollar market. A lot is at stake..we have valued human life very cheaply and developed policies to drive humans to heart attacks and strokes so that healthcare monoliths can profit from $million dollar surgeries.

Healthcare systems are bankrupting families and countries..a transformation is vital and the emerging countries want to offer healthcare to stop the brain drain and develop their economies. As world leaders wake up to the fact that dead citizens produce no income and sick citizens drain the countries resources, a new age of enlightened self-interest is driving the shift from illness to wellness..from acute care to preventative healthcare.

The opportunities to leverage mobile and internet technologies to deliver healthcare at the scale and speed of the need are becoming affordable as well as desirable. Emerging countries neither have the time of the money to follow the US system where 50% of each healthcare dollar is spent on duplicative adminstration. Emerging countries need not waste millions of dollars building hospitals and clinics when the roads and transport is not available to take people miles away to use them.

For an emerging country like Turkey where you have to take your own sheets to hospital the opportunity to transform from a 14th century Infrastructure to a 21st century INFOstructure are a dream come true..a chance to usher in dramatic service for millions of people and engage the country in a mass collaboration Program where the cltizen becomes art of the solution instead of part of the problem.

I have spent 28 years investing in building the Intellectual Property, Technology, Contracts and Global Supply Chain to transform healthcare access for the poor. With a Porfolio of 14 Social Transformation Programs worth $104 billion we are in a stong position. Development has been completed and all Programs are producing revenues and ready to scale up.

Now the question is? 

Who do we partner with?

Who will give us the best support to live the dreams of millions of people craving to be empowered?

Who will walk their talk?
Who will leverage their assets and ours and make a truly global organization?

It could be Google, GE, Yahoo, IBM, Johnson and Johnson, Siemens, Microsoft, or Apple.

The next few days will bring about a convergence.

A clear leader who sincerely says :

"How can we help?"
"What do you need?"
"Can we collaborate in transforming healthcare for the poor?"

i-Peach technology empowering the consumer to connect to EMR. A mass collaboration that empowers all Health Ministries to speed up EMR and mobilize citizens to own their health information reducing admin costs and preventing cost escalation

Bill Gates asked us to challenge his thinking -so I did!

10 things Bill Gates doesn't know about International Development.

Queen of Green is a global green cooperative brand,a network of green stakeholders from 29 diverse sectors who share a common goal of transforming their world. We unite 29 stakeholder groups to cooperate and collaborate to implement 14 Socialdevelopment Programs that will improve the quality of life for 200 million of the world's poor. Ambassador Hope developed the new Foreign Empowerment Policy for President Obama, Organizing for America and the G20 leaders. Ambassador Hope has developed a Social Investment Portfolio of 14 programs to empower the poor in 70+ countries. She passionately believes in empowering the talent and skills of the poorest of the poor to become green and sustainable. By integrating the development process to ensure energy, food, and health security is combined with education and micro-enterprises for economic security it is possible to mobilize millions of citizens to be the change they want to see in the world.

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