Sunday, July 14, 2013

hc1.com Featured on Sys-Con

<blockquote><a href="http://www.sys-con.com/node/2697468">Health Care Cloud Computing Saves 'Obama Care'</a>
— Interview with CEO Brad Bostic - hc1.com is committed to improving the quality of healthcare while reducing costs.  We believe a critical ingredient to averting the current healthcare crisis faced by the US can only occur by improving the way healthcare professionals across the continuum of care manage and coordinate the relationships between each other and with the patients they serve. 
Brad Bostic: hc1.com is committed to improving the quality of healthcare while reducing costs.  We believe a critical ingredient to averting the current healthcare crisis faced by the US can only occur by improving the way healthcare professionals across the continuum of care manage and coordinate the relationships between each other and with the patients they serve.  When an individual encounters a healthcare setting - whether to proactively have a physical or to be diagnosed and subsequently treated for a given health issue - there are multiple entities and individuals who are involved with the provision of care whether the patient knows it or not.  For example, what is the first thing your primary care physician does when you pay them a visit?  They almost always take a blood draw.  This draw initiates the process of laboratory testing which often occurs within a lab business that is external to your physician's office.  This simple example illustrates the fact that healthcare is comprised of many entities and individuals who must be coordinated in order to provide high quality care, in a timely manner, at a reasonable cost.</blockquote>