The reality of health care, especially in the USA, is that we spend an average of $10,000+ a year on health and medicine, yet have exceedingly poor outcomes and results. While the quality of care has declined, the costs have risen beyond affordability for most people. The US is ranked 37th in the World Health Organization’s 2010 rankings of the Top 100 Best Health Systems.
To complicate matters, we continue to deal with misdiagnosis, poor nutrition, toxicity, environmental pollution, lack of proper health education, ineffective vaccines, prescriptions medications and other poor health care products.
Regretfully, medical and health care is now mostly focused PR, marketing, sales, and profits at the expense of real care. With vastly successful lobbying by the medical industry, information on many cost-effective methods of care, technologies, and products have been stifled due to the hegemony and greed within the health care industry.
The saying openly voiced by the medical and financial industries is “healthy people are bad for the medical and health industry!”
Apply the new world of non-invasive comprehensive testing emerging from the best of international resources for the broad analysis and treatment of the human body, at affordable costs.
The intake would also include state of mind, toxicology analysis, living conditions, psychology, history and willingness to take in information and have the determination and will to stay healthy. Creating an education program to stay healthy through all ages.
The New Initiative: Heart Works Center
Heart Works Center is currently planning the development of a pilot program.