AUSTIN, Texas (PRWEB)
December 05, 2017
HealthCarePoint (HCP), a Texas-based healthcare and clinical research networking-technology company founded by patient survivors unveiled their “Connector Service Provider” business model at this year’s CNS Summit Conference in Boca Raton.
The CNS Summit is “a platform for change and a community passionate about shaping the future, with a focus on collaboration, innovation, and technology. The mission is to have a positive impact on the success of clinical development programs.” The conference brought together many key opinion leaders from big pharma, technology and neurological medical research. Speakers and panels discussed a wide variety of topics that impacted healthcare and clinical research from how to successfully utilize big data, how to efficiently reach FDA approval, and how synthesizing patient needs with industry goals can result in an improved system.
During the Summit, the founder and president Al Pacino of the BlueCloud stated during his live presentation, “The system is broken, we all know that…but today we will show you new technology, business model and a modern healthcare and clinical research system that is solving many of the challenges we have today within the disconnected healthcare and clinical research ecosystem.” Bringing action to the forefront, Al Pacino talked about a specific BlueCloud technology that addresses the modernization of healthcare and clinical research system.
The “Connector Service Provider” (CSP) business model has already been proven successful in the transportation and hospitality industry. CSP involves connecting providers with consumers. Airbnb and Lyft are businesses that have successfully developed themselves using this innovative strategy. When a provider, such a Lyft driver who owns and operates a vehicle, can connect with (consumer) passenger for the purposes of transportation using advanced tracking technology, this is a CSP in action. When a property owner (provider) connects to a (consumer) renter, this is also CSP in action. Providing a service using connective technology is fast becoming a way of the future.
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