CuraRata in 4 steps

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The aim of healthcare is to prevent illnessess and to improve the quality of life of patients suffering from a disease. In recent years there has been an explosion of innovative methods in informationmanagement and technology. This provides an opportunity to overhaul healthcare to a significant degree. It is our task to make these innovations possible! In the current healthcare environment it is not yet possible to apply these technological advances effectively and efficiently. The time is now to start with a new form of organization for healthcare: CuraRata.

The CuraRata process consists of four steps and can be compared to the farming process: 

Step 1. Organization (Working the soil)
For each disease a route is created attuned to the individual patient. The patient consents to storing medical data on an anonymous basis and to providing biomaterial.

Step 2. Collection (Sowing)
Now the actual collection process takes place. The patient contributes significantly to supplying data; feedback to the patient is continuous. The burden on the patient is minimal, since individual medical status records can be opened and updated from home. Laboratory research is also possible from home. This medical information is stored in such a way that it can be used easily for scientific research.

Step 3. Discovery (Growing)
Subsequently all data is consolidated and added to equivalent data pertaining to a large number of similar patients. This data is then analyzed with the most cutting-edge techniques. This provides new insights, associations and understanding of origins of the disease.

Step 4. Innovation (Harvest)
Finally, after information from the preceding step is tested for usability, adjustments are made to the patients individual care. Step 1 then begins again in order to put these adjustments into practice and to reorganize the care process. Theoretically, the whole process is repeated until full control over the disease is achieved or the patient is cured.