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Companies / Healthcare Sector Oct 21, 2021 - 12:52 PM GMT

By: OilPrice_Com


The healthcare industry is one of the fastest growing in the world, but today, it's seeing a major disruption.

With everything from work meetings to family gatherings going digital since 2020, this mammoth $12 trillion industry is joining the new tech renaissance to deliver a much-needed overhaul.

That’s why trillion dollar Big Tech companies like Google, Amazon, and Apple are all trying to make a move into healthcare.

Now, the way people make decisions about their health is beginning to look drastically different from how it did 24 months ago.

The Wall Street Journal says, "Tech advances put the annual doctor visit on the critical list."

And Forbes says, "Artificial intelligence offers an unprecedented opportunity to... reshape the practice of healthcare."

The shift towards a new “Healthcare 2.0” could soon be the biggest disruption to a trillion dollar industry since Amazon took over retail or Netflix changed the face of entertainment.

And while Big Tech is doing their best to make a move into this industry… International Inc. (CSE: TRUE; OTC: TREIF) holds a key advantage that gives them a huge leg up on Silicon Valley’s finest and has a distinct North American heritage, unlike many competitors

Here are 5 reasons why you should pay close attention to

1 - Billions of People are Embracing “Healthcare 2.0”

Over 1 billion people now use Google to research health symptoms each and every day, as Google has tried its best to leverage this into a new arm of the company.

Amazon jumped in with Amazon Care, offering up live chat or video care with clinicians when you have a problem.

And with Apple’s iOS15 rolling out, they’ve made it possible to share data from your iPhone’s “Health” app directly with doctors through electronic medical records.

There's a staggering number of people taking their health into their own hands before they ever make it to the doctor's office.

But many have serious reservations about trusting Big Tech with their most sensitive health data given their history of privacy issues. Built by doctors for doctors, this tri-level enterprise software,  presents a unique big tech platform to healthcare with The Global Library of Medicine, known as (GLM).'s big tech platform technology, on the other hand, is already being used to train and test medical students at the University of Minnesota Medical School, a top 10 med school in the United States. 

Now, their new app, CARA, plans to take that same powerful technology and deliver it to your cell phone.

CARA takes a unique approach that personalizes this data to give you the most accurate health information possible.

Using the latest AI technology and input from top physicians across the globe, CARA has been trained to think like a doctor.

It considers everything from your age and gender to your medical history and unique risk factors.

Now their new mobile app, which puts the power of great doctors at your fingertips, is expected to be unveiled across North America this fall..

With over 1 billion people taking their healthcare into their own hands, the CARA app could make a huge splash as it appears in app stores in the coming months.

2 - Billions of Dollars Changing Hands in the Industry

As technology has started playing a bigger and bigger role in healthcare, the amount of money behind it is reaching a fever pitch.

Last year, healthcare company Olive acquired Verata Health for $120 million.

Medtronic paid $158 million to acquire AI-driven tech company Medicrea.

And Microsoft made headlines when they acquired health tech company Nuance Communications for a whopping $19.7 billion.

That's approximately 125x the size of as it stands today.

With millions - and even billions - of dollars changing hands in the industry, these small healthcare tech companies are precious gems just waiting to be scooped up.

And's (CSE: TRUE; OTC: TREIF) potential to drive valuable revenue from multiple angles makes it potentially even more appealing to the big players in the industry.

First, they’ll charge a flat monthly fee comparable to a Netflix subscription for their premium app, where you can get access to services like telemedicine, prescription, and other referrals.

Second, as’s technology is already being used in a top 10 medical school to train med students, they also plan to license the technology to universities for a monthly fee as well. And the scalable plug and play GLM platform has many more modules planned for release in the future. Treatment Mobile, Cara is the tip of the iceberg.

Plus, it's been tested in clinics to help streamline appointments and help doctors spend more time with their patients and less time on paperwork.

Since this could help drive up revenue in clinics, it's well worth paying a monthly licensing fee for this tech in this setting as well.

Finally, if they're able to catch the eye of insurance companies in the future, could be sitting on a cash cow with their new app.

How much do you think it would be worth for insurance companies to help potentially cut down on healthcare costs, getting ahead of major medical problems or cutting out unnecessary doctor's visits?

It's safe to say that given the potential benefits for everyone - consumers, physicians, and insurance companies alike... could be a prime takeover target in the new age of Healthcare.

3 - Built to Get Smarter All The Time

While’s (CSE: TRUE; OTC: TREIF) technology is incredibly complex, the way it works is simple.

Users can enter their symptoms, and CARA will provide the most likely diagnoses, preventative measures, and potential treatments.

Plus, the app helps you track symptoms over time and manage issues for everyone in the family on one account.

It can even integrate with popular wearables like the Apple Watch and Fitbit which have soared in popularity...

Helping provide monitoring for important health data by integrating data in real-time.'s AI engine pinpoints the most likely diagnoses by tapping into the most advanced medical database in the world, the Global Library of Medicine.

It's currently able to offer around 800 diagnoses.

But soon, that could rise to all 1,200 primary care diagnoses and eventually all 8,000 to 10,000 known diseases.

In the past, doctors have had to wait years between editions of their medical textbooks as science continued to progress further every day.

The GLM is a platform like Apple’s iOS or Microsoft Windows that’s continuously being updated with the most cutting-edge medical data.

And because the database is constantly being updated and the machine learning technology helps refine the algorithms...'s technology is getting smarter and more accurate all the time.

It's all because some of the smartest physicians and data scientists in the world have been working on this project for years, set to unveil this fall.

4 - World-Class Team With a Billion Dollar Track Record

Over the last 5 years,’s (CSE: TRUE; OTC: TREIF) global team of top doctors have been working tirelessly to build their technology to think like a doctor.

They've come together with a team of top AI scientists, mathematicians, and PhDs in statistics to bring the technology to life.

And one look at their leadership team is enough to see the kind of billion-dollar potential that could lie ahead for

Their CMO, Dr. Kevin Peterson, is an internationally-known researcher and tenured professor at a top medical school.

He's been in the business of training others in the medical field at the highest levels for over 35 years.

With that experience, there's almost nobody more qualified to train their AI technology how doctors truly think.

Pair that experience with the business credentials of CEO, John Fraser, and the business potential becomes even more exciting.

Fraser led another healthcare tech company, Ability Networks, until it was acquired by Inovalon in 2018 for a massive $1.2 billion.

Now he's hoping to follow that same blueprint with some of the world's top doctors where the potential user base could be well over a billion people.

Even if they manage to get a small sliver of that to download the CARA app, the potential profits for could be mind-boggling.

5 - Timing is Everything

We've already seen how Big Tech companies are piling into the healthcare industry at breakneck speed…

Small companies are raking in millions or more when acquired by larger healthcare companies...

And's leadership has already proven their chops with a billion dollar track record.

Now their CARA app could have patients, doctors, and insurance companies chomping at the bit to get their hands on it, as over 1 billion people are embracing the new face of healthcare.

And it's all set to begin this fall as (CSE: TRUE; OTC: TREIF) rolls out the app across North America.

They just teamed up with a leader in mobile apps, MentorMate, in the US to help scale the app and ensure it’s the most up-to-date on the market.

MentorMate has over 700 developers with 1,400 completed projects under its belts, and now it’s set to help make CARA’s launch a massive success.

But the app could spread far beyond just North America over time. has staff in Europe, Africa, and Singapore as well.

If all goes well, they could play a major role in disrupting the massive $12 trillion healthcare industry worldwide.

And as it's trading for under $3, it's an exciting time to watch as they're just weeks away from launching this new app across North America.

By. Josh Owens


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