More than 40 million Americans suffer needlessly in chronic pain
because 20 million Americans abuse prescription opioids.
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“What’s the worst pain you’ve ever had?"
Was it an injury, a toothache, a headache, or post-op pain? How bad was it? How did it affect your life? What if it never went away? What if the only thing that relieved your pain was opiate pain medicine but physicians refused to appropriately prescribe these medicines to you according to the medical guidelines because of the prescription drug abuse problem? What would you do to get pain relief?
More than 40 million chronic pain patients in America have this problem. Our company is deploying a BioMatrix of forensic technology to help fix this Pain Care Access problem. One aspect of our technology works similar to technology used at airports to provide airline passengers with hassle-free and quick access to their flights.
Airline Travelers in major metropolitan areas encounter long lines, delays, and other perceived “harassment” when clearing airport security baggage checkpoints. The biometrically enabled Registered Traveler program enables travelers to by-pass these delays and quickly pass through airport security.
Travelers can become a Registered Traveler by agreeing to have their fingerprints and their eyeball iris scanned into a biometrics registry database. After a background check is accomplished, the traveler receives a Registered Traveler identification card.
On future airline flights, the Registered Traveler would simply present their Clear ID Card at the kiosk and scans their fingerprints or iris. A friendly official would show up within minutes to quickly escort the traveler through airport security and bypass the long lines and “harassment” of airport security. This service was very popular although too costly! All airline passengers eventually got through the harassment of airport security. However, most chronic pain patients never get through the “harassments” and obstacles caused by the drug abuse problem.
Similar to the Registered Traveler biometrics, our technology will provide millions of chronic pain patients with:
biometrically enabled Pain Care Access™ to Protected Physicians.
Here’s how it works
Before the patient sees the physician for their pain medicine visit, our Narcotics Auditor will interview the patient and complete a Risk Intervention Audit Report. The oral patient answers will be voice recorded and analyzed for veracity if the patient agrees it is necessary. The patients’ finger prints will be scanned into our online BioMatrix Registry that is designed to alert us if the patient has a stolen identity and is seeing other physicians in our BioMatrix Registry Network. A background check is completed, a track marks search is conducted, and relevant state Prescription Monitoring Programs are checked.
The patient will be issued a Registered Patient ID card that has their photo, signature, and secure password to their profile on the world wide web BioMatrix Registry.
The completed Risk Intervention Audit Report is signed by the patient and by the Auditor and put in the patient chart for the physician examination of the patient.
Registered Patients will be able to bypass most of the current “drug abuse” related harassments and the obstacles to finding a physician who is able to treat their severe chronic pain with safe and effective analgesics.
A Gallup Survey says "40% of pain patients are willing to spend all their money for pain relief!”
Proof of Concept
We conducted over 2,200 Risk Intervention Audits on more than 850 patients during our clinical and market research. But that doesn't tell the whole story.
We've seen function (Quality of Life) restored in many patients! We've seen patients liberated from wheelchairs, walkers, and canes!
We recall a 36 year old female patient on a walker named Michelle. She suffered from back pain due to a brain mass. On the day of her initial Risk Intervention Audit, she was disheveled, no makeup and depressed. She broke down sobbing and confessed to thoughts of suicide “if not for” her 14 year old son. She said, “I want to walk and be normal. I want to get a job.”
Six weeks later I met her in the waiting room and didn’t recognize her. She had composure, makeup on, a smile on her face, and NO walker! After I recognized her, I walked over to her and she humbled me. She said, “Thank you! You saved my life. Life is now worth living. I even got a job!”
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