We tend to associate Millennials with the proliferation of technology; however, all the key technology improvements that we are witnessing today were effectively developed during the life of the trailing edge Baby Boomers (1956 to 1966). We the “trailing-edge” are the technology generation.
Our children, Millennials, have taken to technology and the creation of applications, at a ferocious rate. Few have used, let alone remember, the typewriter; they are more familiar with the computer keyboard introduced while in grade school.
These Millennials are starting to enter the healthcare system en masse. The leading edge of the Millennials today are 37 years old. They don’t function well without technology and as they enter healthcare, along with their parent’s high healthcare consumption years, healthcare is facing an inflection point and technology is the only answer.
We see Millennials beginning to question everything… I suppose you might say that we taught them right! Millennials are used to sharing their profile information across multiple platforms by simply entering a password and clicking a button. For them, filling out a form in longhand is a foreign concept, though we do it at nearly every visit to a physician.
Quantum Innovations, Inc., is pleased to announce that it has been accepted in to the Palm Beach County Medical Society (PBCMS) as an Endorsed Partner. This status is reached only with the approval of the recommendation and vote by the Board of Directors of the distinguished, nearly 100-year-old processional society.
Noel J. Guillama, President of Quantum Innovations, Inc. commented, “we are honored to be associated with such distinguished and historical society as the Palm Beach County Medical Society. For nearly 100 years it has represented the professionals of our community. We are committing to provide new technology solutions and to help enrich the science of wellness. We thank the PBCMS for the opportunity to help.”
Tenna Wiles, CEO of the PBCMS noted “we are pleased to add Quantum Innovations, Inc. to the “Endorsed Partner” status. We know of Mr. Guillama’s dedication to the community and to helping providers find better solutions and challenges, in particular in the use of new technologies.”
Quantum Innovations announced that it will use this opportunity to advance the profile of its innovative PWeR 3.0 Electronic Medical Record and Practice Management Platform. PBCMS member physicians will receive reduced pricing and enhanced local support.
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MediXall Group Inc. ( OTCQB : MDXL ) has reported a successful launch of its program to recruit and enlist licensed and certified Diagnostic Centers, medical services, medical product providers and Physician Practices to its Member Network. According to an article on Yahoo! Finance News, the initiative has been a success with, several Medical Centers joining the program.
MediXall Group Founder and Chairman, Mr. Noel J. Guillama, said “An estimated 10 percent of US citizens do not have any health insurance and another estimated 27 percent of the U.S. population have high deductible health care plans.” MediXall’s business plan is based on bringing competitive pricing and availability of medical services directly to the consumer, and the reception from practice managers to the Company’s plans has been reflected in the strong embracement of the member network program.
Guillama added “The online marketplace is a well-established model for utilizing the power of competition to empower the consumer, we are now bringing this model to healthcare, in an era of growing deductibles and escalating healthcare costs,”
Grace Century CEO and Director of Research commented“Medixall begins the construction of its network by enlisting its first group of participants. This is the first incubator of our portfolio company, the Quantum Group, and a meaningful first step of improving healthcare access and choice, while lowering costs””
Read the full story on Yahoo! Finance News here.
The Quantum Group have announced that PWeR, Inc. (Personal Wellness electronic Records) have joined The Palm Beach Technology Association, or ?Palm Beach Tech? (PBT).
PBT is a non-profit membership association uniting, building, and enhancing the creativity of innovators and entrepreneurs in Palm Beach County. They are involved in software development, mechanical & electrical engineering, as well as technology industries throughout Palm Beach County. As a countywide trade association, Palm Beach Tech promotes industry growth by working with business groups, educational institutions, and government entities to support the goals of member companies. The core focus is to produce positive long-term economic impact and growth by attracting new business, supporting startups, and building the talent pool.