I’ve started and stopped for about 20 minutes and finally have resolved to share part of an ‘internal’ blog post I made to the TotalCare team.
I don’t have to tell you that we’ve had a hard path to get here.
I don’t have to tell you that what we have built together is remarkable, in many ways. Both now – and in many ways we have yet to see.
I don’t have to tell you that we will have a positive effect on the lives and health of hundreds of thousands, and then millions of people around the world.
We are crossing the chasm.
The digital divide.
The last mile in connected patient care.
What started as a wild concept 8 years ago is now in the palm of my hand. It’s like making the plans for a bus route from San Francisco to New York, and ending up with a high-speed bullet train 8 years later.
Both get you from one point to another, but the scope, mode and speed are remarkably different.
We are addressing issues now that are at the heart of healthcare, not just in the US, but around the world.
Connecting patients and providers. Connecting data among all stakeholders. Providing scalable patient management protocols along the complete continuum of care. Tracking and improving outcomes at scale. Maximizing efficiencies. Patient empowerment… and on.
These are the things we do now, and will rapidly improve on as we go forward — and they are the biggest issues facing healthcare.
TotalCare is an eHealth technology platform that helps individuals manage their personal health and helps their healthcare providers manage more patients, more effectively, and more efficiently.