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Seattle Software Firm Claims to Cure What Ails Health Care

Friday, September 18, 2009 General News J E 4
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SEATTLE, Aug. 25 While many debate solutions for health care, a Seattle company has developed one which they confidently propose will fix health care. With input from doctors and consumers, Clarion Care set to finding a technical solution to challenge the health care status quo.

"The struggles with health care are numerous but the fix is relatively simple," says Jeff Cunio, CEO of Clarion Care. "First, put health care dollars back in the hands of the consumers. Second, facilitate direct communication between the doctor and patient - neither of these things occur now. Insurance companies manage dollars and regulation, policy, codes, and bureaucrats stand between the patient and the doctor."

Clarion Care has developed a tool that they believe will provide all of these benefits and their ambitions don't stop there. Cunio continues, "If every health care consumer joined Clarion Care tomorrow we could infuse as much as a trillion dollars into businesses and homes - this would not only save health care, it could turn around the world economy."

Clarion Care has created a Software-as-a-Service application enabling consumers to manage and store all of their care information, companies to reduce the cost while improving quality and portability of benefits plans, and help provide stability to the private practice doctor. Dr. Roger Stark of the Washington Policy Center calls Clarion Care, "... a terrific plan to put patients in charge of their health care." Find out more at http://www.clarioncare.com

This release was issued through eReleases(TM). For more information, visit http://www.ereleases.com.

Contact: Jeff Cunio 206-384-7147 media@clarioncare.com

SOURCE Clarion Care
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