Welcome to the new home page for the ECRONA Health Partners' eHealthSys Portals. This is where ECRONA Health Partners' ECRONA Health Practice Group and our key medical professionals, business, technology and telecommunications team, advisors, partners, patients and eHealthSys friends and supporters will gather. hallu forte
A key focal point of ECRONA Health Practice Group efforts helping improve healthcare one client at a time, includes our launching initiatives, funds and companies when we see substantial unmet needs. ECRONA Health System, Inc. (EHS) is one such undertaking as is a new accelerator and fund in formation, partnered with other leading professionals; we're already near architecting an M&A of a leader advancing a likely new Gold Standard of Care.
EHS is a NEWCO in process incubating for spinout from the ECRONA Group Incubator/ Accelerator arm, with help from the ECRONA Health Practice Group's Consultancy arm.
Please stay tuned while EHS finalizes its web strategy over the ensuing months into the first half of 2009. With the exciting promise of undertakings like ECRONA Health System, Inc. and its affiliated enterprises and other like-minded Concerned Citizens actively working to advance healthcare, 2009 promises to be a Milestone Year. If we're able to advance our collective vision, the impact on healthcare first in the USA and hopefully soon after, globally, will prove significant. In fact, we've already identified a number of promising opportunities to help ensure this, which includes helping save as many as tens of thousands of lives annually around key conditions and current healthcare protocols and Standards of Care.
The eHealthSys Portal will be the Launching Pad for a Family of Portals partnering with leading medical professionals and other leaders from business, technology and telecommunications (particularly the Internet), policy, regulatory and trade or sanctioning and accreditation bodies, academia and research, key institutes and foundations and "ordinary citizens" engaging to help drive the Emerging Data Revolution of Healthcare(tm). We believe the solution to healthcare's ills are not to be found through government regulation or mandate but rather through a thoughtful combination of Public-Private Partnering ENABLED BY Government much like the original enabling Spirit behind the 1996 Federal Telecommunications Act spawned massive investments and new competition in telecommunications literally globally. The result of that singular act has seen repercussions around the world touching virtually all corners of society and increasingly, all walks of life. Many readers will respond tepidly to this statement, thinking only of the Telecom and Internet Bubble and resulting Tech Meltdown, called by observers like Forbes the Single Most Substantial Market Correction since the Railroad Bubble in the late 1800s with over $2 Trillion in shareholder wealth "evaporated." However, we feel that focusing only on the market-correction shifts and impacts is shortsighted. Put simply, much of our current global ubiquity of all things "digital" and certainly broadband, can be traced back to massive investments spawned globally with help from the 1996 Federal Telecommunications Act of the United States of America.
...if we're correct, it is our opportunity to take the many Lessons Learned applying technology and telecommunications to enable better business and quality in numerous industries globally, to now take on the Full Promise of Quality Healthcare in our times. As one of the three largest industries globally, healthcare is also seen by many as a final frontier landscape offering untold opportunities for improved outcomes in virtually all areas advancing healthcare. From primary research working to unlock new therapies and diagnostics, to patient management and advanced information "mining" techniques that can literally enable Clinical Trials being "run in the computer," to sophisticated decision-support solutions leveraging the latest artificial intelligence or expert systems, the promise is nothing less than dramatic by any measure.
Hint: Remember to Stay Tuned!
If you'd like to learn more, please email us with the words, "Learn More: eHealthSys Portal" in the subject line. Please also let us know the nature of your request including, for example, if you're a medical professional, policy leader, researcher, business professional, employer wanting to slow down the spiraling cost of insurance, consumer overwhelmed with healthcare choices or finding the best solutions, or whomever with whatever interest. We'll do our best to respond accordingly.
Please contact us anytime! We look forward to hearing from you.
Hint: Be sure to include as much background information on your request as possible including full contact information so we can be more responsive and specific; there's a lot going on here!