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Health Rosetta Principles

Health Rosetta Principles
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Healthcare cost and quality will reach their full potential with new incentives and the democratization of health information. The Health Rosetta defines a blueprint for wise healthcare purchasing that is allowing health services to be purchased for 20-55% less than the status quo while improving benefits on a sustained basis. Further, it helps protect employers from the rising spectre of liability due to dereliction of fiduciary duties on managing health benefits (under ERISA regulations in the U.S.). In the works is a certification that borrows approaches from LEED and Fair Trade to accelerate the growth of the new health ecosystem. The Health Rosetta is also the call-to-action for the grassroots Health 3.0 movement that is growing and will be catalyzed by the satirical The Big Heist film. One must address the totality of health to overcome the catastrophic misallocation of resources that has led to abysmal health outcomes.
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