The Time Has Come to Change Health Care

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The time has come for a major conceptual shift... from viewing us lay people as consumers of health care to seeing us as we really are; It's Primary Providers.

In the last 24 hours there has been a major shift in health care, a new website platform is on track to change the industry.

Despite threats from established health businesses, harrassing phone calls from health insurance companies, and even an attempt to take down the website before it went live, Huspital.com has launched and is on track.

Conversations going on right now at Huspital.com:

"If I mention that I read something about a health condition on the internet, my doctor immediately gets an attitude and tells me not to believe anything I've read on the internet. It doesn't seem to matter that I've gotten this information from well known sources..." -Huspital.com

"I took an article I had printed out from the internet to my family practice doctor and had her react with great anger and throw the paper in the trash..." -Huspital.com

"I truly believe that doctors want to do the right thing. But, like most physicians, they are at their best with the common disorders they see every day. And in today's world of growing healthcare complexity and split-second doctor visits, they barely have time to care for the usual and unordinary disorders." -Huspital.com

The time has come for a major conceptual shift... from viewing lay people as consumers of health care to seeing them as they really are; It's Primary Providers.

http://www.Huspital.com is driving a healthcare revolution of major proportions.

The old Industrial Age paradigm, in which health professionals were viewed as the Exclusive Source of medical knowledge and wisdom, is gradually giving way to a New Information Age worldview in which patients, family caregivers, and the systems and networks they create are increasingly seen as important healthcare resources.

"Let's Change Health Care!" -Jason Schultz
http://www.Huspital.com

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