For the longest time, human beings have viewed aging as a natural phenomenon that no human being can avoid. It is a natural process that will catch up with us despite how well we eat or how healthy we look right now. At some point, we will no longer be able to do the things we used to do while we were young. This is the sad reality of life. Old age comes with challenges that unless we stay focused on solving them will be part of the human generation forever. As we get old, we develop old age diseases such as Alzheimer’s which end up messing with the lives of human being. At a time when one is supposed to be enjoying the fruits of the years spent working, old age diseases start trickling in and taking all the happiness of the retirement age.
The fact that old age diseases have been a major problem for generations does not mean that there is no hope of eradicating them. According to philanthropist Jason Hope, there is hope that soon there will be changes that will lead to the eradication of old age diseases. From research work being done by an organization he is supporting known as SENS Research Foundation, there is a high likelihood that we could have a drug that will slow down or stop aging in human beings. With such a drug, we are looking at the possibility of having human beings who will be very energetic at the age of 80 years. Since old age diseases are brought by wear of body tissues, a strong and energetic body would no fall victim to old age diseases.
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Jason Hope is a futurist and philanthropist in Arizona. He believes that science can be used to solve some key challenges that face human beings. Jason Hope has been supporting the work being done by the SENS Foundation because he sees great potential in work. Jason Hope has given $500,000 to this foundation, to help it accomplish its goal of creating an anti-aging drug that will eliminate old age diseases. The move taken by this organization is a great step towards eradication of old age diseases.
Every citizen in American knows the healthcare system in the United States is a mess. But even though the healthcare system is a mess, the quality of care is improving and new medical technology advancements are helping millions of Americans live longer. But a longer lifespan doesn’t always mean a happier life.
But there’s nothing happy in a broken healthcare insurance system. Millions of Americans don’t have health insurance, and millions more can’t pay for the treatments they get even when they have insurance. The flaws and the challenges in healthcare are obvious, but there is good news hidden under all the bad. Healthcare entrepreneurs are finally coming to the surface, and they are initiating new strategies and systems that will make healthcare providers more cost-efficient and more effective in terms of treating the cause rather than the result of certain health issues.
Companies like Amazon and CVS see the potential in getting consumers to partner with them when they need insurance, equipment, quick medical advice, and prescription expediency. Amazon has its eye on the medical equipment space, and CVS is on the verge of buying insurance giant, Aetna. Plus, more healthcare entrepreneurs are incorporating new medical records platforms that will make treating patients’ easier.
One of the most innovative entrepreneurs in the healthcare space is Drew Madden. Madden is the man responsible for the rapid growth, and the incredible success of Nordic Consulting Partners. Nordic offers Epic implementation services that monitor risks and incorporates different mitigation strategies into existing healthcare projects. While Madden was president of Nordic, the company went from a million-dollar company to a $130,000 million company. Madden is currently one of the managing partners at Evergreen Healthcare Partners.
Madden and his new company, Evergreen Healthcare Partners, focus on helping healthcare companies implement new electronic medical records. The mission is to give healthcare providers the right patient information faster, so unnecessary and costly treatments stop. Not all doctors and healthcare providers think electronic medical records sharing is important. But Evergreen knows how to help doctors see the advantages of electronic medical record sharing using new technology and forward-thinking concepts.