Los Angeles, Ca (PRWEB) October 11, 2007
Jason Schultz, a radical web 2.0 strategist, entrepreneur and CEO of http://www.Huspital.com has filed a patent application for Health 2.0, a system that will radically change the way health systems, researchers, patients and care givers work together.
Huspital (http://www.Huspital.com) and Health 2.0 (http://www.Health-20.com) are the underground movements aimed at taking on the current health care crisis around the globe. The change will be from viewing lay people as consumers of health care to seeing them as we really are; It's Primary Providers.
Patients, care givers, and researchers are using http://www.Huspital.com and http://www.Health-20.com to shatter the old Industrial Age paradigm, in which health professionals were viewed as the Exclusive Source of medical knowledge and wisdom, and finally 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. In many cases, the Primary resource for information, support, and finding cures.
Not everyone is going along with the Health 2.0 movement, especially large health care organizations and insurance companies who have a lot to loose when the systems become open and shared. Monopolies, beurocracies, and old industrial aged paradigms are being torn down by the people who see what is wrong with health care today and want radical change.
Despite numberous attacks, traced back to many of these large organizations, Health 2.0 and http://www.Huspital.com continue down the path of revolutionary change. Huspital was launched in beta to the public in early October of 2006, however currently has a private membership of over 100,000,000 people.
"Change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability, but comes through continuous struggle. And so we must straighten our backs and work for our freedom. Health care freedom is not voluntarily given by the oppressor; it must be demanded by the oppressed. We must stand up for our rights as human beings and make change happen." -Jason Schultz