January 20, 2018

Serving Our Communities

 We deliver the right message to the right people, when and where

it’s needed most… using sources the people trust!

 

Serving our Communities

PHIERS (pronounced “fires”, as in transformation) connects community and public health service providers in meaningful ways. It improves health, saves time and cuts costs associated with healthcare delivery for the masses, which includes the elderly, children and uninsured.  It accomplishes these desirable outcomes without requiring new taxes or requiring huge up-front investments because it pays for itself via the savings it provides in a timely fashion.  What’s more, it delivers measurable, positive and sustainable results in a quickly.   Please visit  the Health Reform Coalition website to learn more about our applications.

PHIERS provides the technical means through which community-based organizations can assist residents seeking to improve their quality of life as it relates to self-reliance and health status. This is achieved by overcoming the barriers of age, race, culture, language, literacy level and the Digital Divide.  Simultaneously, PHIERS closes the information gap between what knowledge sources know, and what workers and consumers can understand, identify with and act on.

What can healthcare consumers do about it?

Educate ourselves and take responsibility for managing our own health!

In theory, a more informed and involved healthcare consumer would be more cost-conscious, ask better questions and feel empowered to prevent medical errors before they occur. In this setting, consumers would act as guardians of quality and affordable care in a way that state governments, insurance companies and other payers never could. –Council of State Governments

Helping patients understand health information is vital to health care and health promotion because it provides both direction and rationale for guiding strategic health behaviors, treatments, and decisions. This understanding is critical if we are to improve the quality, impact and reach of healthcare resources in a timely and sustainable manner. [Read more…]


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