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The US Healthcare System is failing.

It costs more and produces overall worse outcomes than every other industrialized nation. It has failed patients because doctors are unable to properly care for them in the current model. The reasons are many, but are summarized here:

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Healthcare Industry Pain Points

Innovation is often stifled by regulation, and at times improperly implemented (EHR.)
Administrative burdens and protocol requirements leave less time for patient care.
Third parties interfere with the doctor patient relationship, and drive up costs.
Special interests gain market share through back door deals and lobbying efforts.
There is confusion about the cost of healthcare and who is paying for what.

Physicians are on the front lines of healthcare delivery, yet have little say in how the system is run. They are feeling hopeless and many are leaving medicine further worsening access to care.


Loss of physician autonomy is the result of layers of regulation and policies that have been implemented over the past century and a half. Although we cannot re-write history, we can implement a new secure technology to the solution in order to reverse this trend. Whether a physician is employed in a large health system, or works in a solo independent practice; the loss of physician autonomy has been unable to be reversed until now due to two reasons:

Physicians lack mobility- between health systems - and across state lines.
The overburdensome licensing, maintenance of certification and/or credentialing processes keep many physicians from having freedom to move if they are unhappy. Physicians are also often in debt which places them in a situation of indentured servitude further contributing to this problem. 



HPEC provides each physician with a personalized digital file of their credentials. The file will be owned and controlled directly by the individual physician and attached to their personal digital identity that only they control. The digital credentials will be portable and will create instantaneous employment mobility for each physician. The independent physician will control and secure their professional brand allowing them to move freely in the open market.

Physicians lack a secure confidential way to communicate and collaborate among each other.
Physicians communicate among each other largely via word of mouth. When it is not over the phone or face to face it occurs through centralized and occasionally censored mediums such as journal articles, newsletters, and social media groups. Inability to communicate and collaborate efficiently stifles innovation. It also makes it difficult to mobilize the collective physician voice in order to create a movement for change.



HPEC Governance platform will be attached to each physicians self-sovereign* digital identity. Powerful cryptography will encode a secure anonymous governance platform where physicians can easily organize and come to rapid consensus on patient care, policy and practice.