Sci-fi books and movies have long predicted what’s coming in the world of medicine. Technologies that we have only seen in movies before are now transforming our everyday lives. In Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, the doctor gave the elderly woman a pill and she grew a new kidney. Although scientists have not yet reached that far, Elly Kleinman, Founder, and CEO of the Americare Companies says that many futuristic devices we see in the movies are quickly becoming reality.
We live in an age when there are so many new and innovative ways to provide services in a way that is both efficient and cost effective, and yet the most important service that binds us all together doesn’t seem to be getting any cheaper. Healthcare is fundamental to all of us, regardless where we live or how organized it is. Elly Kleinman, Americare president and founder, is one of the most recognized healthcare providers, with over 30 years of experience under his belt. But instead of looking for newer ways that can improve the way in which they operate, many healthcare providers are stagnating because they refuse to let go of their old ways of doing things.