Houston, TX (PRWEB) September 18, 2005
Economic Technologies, today announced that either Dubai, Bangalore or Houston will be the site of its massive $1.6 billion DTN operational hub for global financial and healthcare data development, management and delivery platform, which is expected to dominate the global health insurance and financial productsÂ pricing and delivery markets.
This is a critical component in the company's commitment to weave a tapestry of medical facilities around the world. In January, Economic Technologies, through its Fulana Healthcenters subsidiary, launched the worldÂs largest healthcare venture, an ambitious and ground-breaking global health ambition, with a commitment to build, operate and manage 5300 advanced, high-tech, globally-interconnected network of health centers and clinics in 150 countries, powered by the companyÂs breakthrough point-to-growth Dimax/EXCAP economic growth model's Performance Solutions (EXCAP-PS). These health centers, will also have on-site/no-border pharmacies and nutritional products outlets and a SmartCard Intelligent Network Healthcare Access.
The final site selection will be made in late October, following the conclusion of discussions with the leaderships of the three cities and several institutions of interest, among them the Dubai International Financial Center. "Communication is a reoccurring and an important fabric of our audacious global commitment. And from the perspective of creating value for the investment, any of these three wonderful cities brings unique sets of bold complimentary assets, to that objective."
Apart from serving as the backbone infrastructure for monitoring, driving and managing the movement of patients, medicines, inventory, deliveries, drug side effects, healthcare payment, patient drug usage (PDU) and personal medical records delivery and security, for the 5300 health centers, worldwide, this massive financial and healthcare data platform, do have other extremely critical applications, which include rotating as national credit card payment and settlement platform for numerous countries, where such systems are non-existent. And even more importantly, in times of national or global disaster or health epidemic, it provides a reliable monitoring, command and control center, capable of gathering and managing real, on-time trains of data, products and information and delivering them to desired end users, on-time, for public policy and rapid massive response (Mr2). And, employing Fulana HealthcentersÂ 5300 health centers and other pre-ascertained dataports, as data and sample collection points, DTNÂs superior HPe intelligence allows its to serve as the worldÂs watch dog on potential global healthcare danger lines and as a back-up to any countryÂs or companyÂs critical financial and healthcare information.
"This is a global ambition with a clear mission to revolutionize and synchronize global healthcare access, designed, so that a citizen of Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Lebanon, Poland, the United Arab Emirates, Nigeria, Kenya, the United States, South Africa or anywhere in the world, will have access to the best (real time), high valued, high-impact, breakthrough quality care, medicine, medical technologies, medical records and knowledge. And to provide every country, city, company or individual in the world with access to real-time information of monumental importance, both for public policy, insurance and financial products pricing and for personal decisions," stated Jude E. Uba, Economic TechnologiesÂ Chairman & CEO.
"Our ultimate corporate goal is to, through the bundling of premium healthcare access ventures, dominant financial infrastructure projects and the global application of our breakthrough economic growth tools, and in partnership with GE, Motorola, Oracle, IBM and others and with such countries as the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Saudi Arabia, lead the world to unparalleled advancement in productivity, ease of life, massive market efficiency gains and an unrestrained pathway to premium healthcare," Uba noted.
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