Posted by Robert Lorsch
The jury remains out on the merits, pro and con, of the president’s controversial health care legislation, however, whatever the final outcomes, health IT stands to profit and companies like MMRGlobal more than most.
The president is expected to speak tonight in his State of the Union address on the controversy surrounding health care reform. Regardless of the debate and the outcome, MMRGlobal has created a niche which is not dependent on any provisions of the new legislation, including the stimulus program.
In fact, an abolishment of stimulus reimbursement is good for pure play emerging growth companies since many of the services offered are the entry level solution to get to comprehensive automated solutions. We believe MMRPro represents the first essential and environmentally acceptable step in preparing for any Electronic Medical Record solution, specifically by eliminating paper-based records in a physician’s office while preparing for a seamless migration to any Electronic Medical Records system anywhere in the world.
Additionally, in a world where increasingly numbers of physicians and health care professionals cannot afford to accept insurance company and government benefits, MMRPro represents an important tool for stepping into the field of concierge medicine. Concierge medicine is how fast become the way that all Americans may be selecting a physician regardless of economic status. It provides an unparalleled communication link between doctor and patient which generates revenue back to a practice.
Notwithstanding the government’s mandate that by 2014 Americans need to have some type of Personal Health Record will stand and MyMedicalRecords.com, is the only system of its kind technology that interacts seamlessly with every other electronic health record (EHR) system so far invented.
While government is attempting to force standardized systems that jeopardize the privacy of the patient and many say give control to regulators over who will live and who will die, what is really happening is that small business is being forced to come up with solutions to streamline health care without spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on systems and with tools designed to create a better health care system and a better life for doctors.
One of the great American aspirations has been to be a doctor. Twenty years ago that meant someone had the time and financial incentive to truly take care of a patient. Today it means eight minutes (the average visit), and less money per hour than Joe the Plumber.
In spite of the controversy, small business and companies like MMR can change all that. In fact MMR’s own stimulus plan that could award doctors more than five times annually what the government is offering, while allowing them to stay open and do business as they always have…… based on The Great American Dream.
Robert H. “Bob” Lorsch, CEO, MMRGlobal (OTC:MMRF)
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One Response to “PRESIDENT OBAMA IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE ENDORSEMENT OF PERSONAL HEALTH RECORDS FOR EVERY AMERICAN”
Jim (EZ2) Says:
January 31st, 2011 at 7:16 am
A short note to the entire MMR Global team ~~~ THANKS for all you are doing ! The current share price does not reflect the hard work and progress you are all making. Unfortunately, a big part of the investing world passes judgement in ‘cents and dollars’ only —- I just want you all to know, your efforts and results are not going unnoticed !
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