Tallahassee, Florida (PRWEB) June 13, 2012
It is likely true that every industry, and even every place of business, comes with its fair share of inefficiency. In the minds of many Americans, however, the nation’s healthcare system is particularly inefficient. A new report finds that while it is certainly true that American healthcare is wasteful and overly expensive, there are some signs of hope—and they come where they are perhaps least expected. According to the report, America’s healthcare inefficiencies could be remedied by the more pragmatic business models offered by the medical clinics at CVS, Wal-Mart, and Walgreen’s. This surprising report has won the attention and the endorsement of many healthcare and pharmaceutical professionals, including Terry Yon.
The new report finds that much of the waste that crops up in the American healthcare system comes from inefficiencies on the administrative side of things. In fact, the report uncovers some alarming statistics, indicating that America wastes somewhere close to $150 billion a year, largely on administrative inefficiencies within the healthcare system.
Meanwhile, the business model employed by places like CVS and Wal-Mart is praised. The report notes that “Wal-Mart and CVS’s Minute Clinic are coming into the market and offering convenient basic medical services right where you shop. If you have the flu you can see the nurse right around the corner at your favorite local drug store.” The report’s conclusion: “These competitors are taking the low-end part of the healthcare market away from hospital and traditional healthcare providers.”
These findings have made waves with many healthcare industry leaders—including Terry Yon, who has responded to the new report with a press statement of his own.
Yon is the owner of TYA Pharmaceuticals, a company that manufactures and packages medications and provides them to large institutions, ranging from nursing homes to hospitals. In his press statement Terry Yon reveals his support of the CVS and Wal-Mart models. “Our company supports the use of the convenient medical clinics inside places such as Wal-Mart, CVS, and Walgreen’s,” says Terry Yon.
Yon’s statement to the press continues. “The public is ready for these so-called ‘minute clinics,’ offering quick, efficient, and basic medical services, right on site at the pharmacy or retail store. These sites will offer the low end part of the healthcare market. The business services will be taken, meanwhile, from hospitals and other providers. This is simply a great idea, and will serve the public well.”
Yon’s TYA company is based in Florida, where it is known as one of the top healthcare companies in the state. TYA is zealous for providing customers with high quality products at efficient rates.
As owner of TYA Pharmaceuticals, Terry Yon provides manufactured, packaged medications to large institutions. Through attention to detail and heavy focus on client needs, Terry Yon has grown his company into a top pharmaceutical organization in the state of Florida. Terry Yon and his staff at TYA Pharmaceuticals have provided services to groups all over the United States and has maintained a dedication to provide the best in customer case in addition to quality medical products.