I believe the day Decentralized medicine was born was the day the Nobel Prize in medicine was awarded in 2017.
What is cool about bringing old science to new eyes by putting windex on the glass eyes of medicine?
Your certificates, degrees, status and wallet do not matter. How you treat your equals and people under neath your direction matter most. Doctors and patients are not speaking the same language to one another because they both suffer from the same ecologic deficits these days, while have a different educational paradigm of beliefs = They are both chronically disconnected from circadian biology and nature. Doctors were schooled in a centralized system which is their algorithm of understanding. Their customers are not biased in this way. They get this information for free, and this makes them the product being sold to the industrial healthcare complex.
If I can get one in hundred physicians and patients to see this perspective, then I am doing OK. This new project I am involved with on Quantum Health TV aims to inflate these ideas for physicians to build a new decentralized medical system.
Medical school 25 years ago could be considered an algorithm controled by a curriculum. This curriculum allowed maximum human intervention. It did not allow machines to take data and then decide for patients.
Algorithms: For those in non-procedural medical fields it’s our thought process we offer our patients. And rigorous logical medical thought is becoming scarce, I fear because they are importing our knowledge base into algorithms and the output of algorithms continues to morph because machines continue their algorithm variance. There is no control. We are now training medicine residents that will easily be replaced by midlevel practitioners who haven’t gone to medical school but know how to apply algorithms in recipe format.
But everyone forgets the outcome of algorithms continue to evolve long past the day they were created.
What we fail to realize is that contemporary technology permits decentralization, it also permits centralization via algorithms when they go unchecked by human critical thinking. It depends on how you use the algorithmic machine learning and how you let machine learning use you.
Decentralized medicine is mitochondrial based and involves significant physician input. The key issue for medical students and young physicians, is can they hope to capture a job in DeMed platform in the future? Can they do this without going through 10 years of debt creation and a centralized educational format taught in training? I have found they can if the are connected to the digital monetary network to power their careers as early as possible. This creates freedom to untether from the centralized hospital system.
Can you imagine living in a world where executing a care plan or operation, buying an original idea to solve cancer, or accepting payment from a patient can be done without needing trust? We might be in position to just trust the code of a blockchain? No third party, like a hospital or insurance company is required?
What is obvious is hard for those with a bias to accept. There are two kinds of people in this world. Those who think the government is doing things in their best interests and those who think critically, to make our world a better place.
Pictures like this below make sense to a decentralized doc, but not to a centralized one. Are you really healthy if your blood clots when you get a virus? Centralize docs have no idea how the lack of a proper Coulomb force can lead to clotting in COVID. Coulomb force, also called electrostatic force or Coulomb interaction, is the attraction or repulsion of particles or objects because of their electric charge. When people clot platelets charge has changed for some reason found in our light environment. Electric charges cause electromagnetic force fields around them. This causes things to do the things they do.
Coulomb forces must be balanced after daytime and this occurs at night when light is absent. This is why light at night is so bad for us, and why a centralize doc has no ability to figure out why this girl clots her blood after becoming exposed to a weak virus. Does this tell you something deeper about humanity now? Why are humans dying from a weak virus now? A decentralized doc gets it…………do you?
We see the world as what we carry in our own hearts. When others see mistakes, I observe a lesson.
They see a shadow, I observe the light that casts it.
They see the night, I observe the moon and its effect from the Earth’s tilt and how it varies the Coulomb force. They see a corporation, I observe people who make it thrive and die. They see millennials as a problem, I observe our bright future. They see success, I observe the coming journey. They see me as a stranger. I observe them, as my future friend and cohort in mito-hacking for a better world.
^^^^^^^WHY IS THIS AN ACCURATE DECENTRALIZED VIEW POINT?
Melatonin is created by the Coulomb forces in AM sunlight. Melatonin levels vary within tissues because of how much light tissues get. As a result, it appears melatonin is a guardian of the Mitochondrial genome (37 genes). Out of the 37 gene, 13 of them are specific to energy-transforming mitochondrial genes. Those 13 genes only code for the proteins that tunnel electrons and spit protons out of the mouth of cytochrome proteins. The mitochondrial genome undergoes 3 times as many genomic mutations as the nuclear genome by design. Melatonin levels are critical in monitoring mitochondrial behavior and light energy transformation by controlling how energy is being transformed from light to create physiologic power.
The major function that melatonin helps smooth-out in mitochondria are
- Energy metabolism and flux via control of electron and proton tunneling.
- Redox balance within the mitochondria = GSSH
- Ion homeostasis = electrostatic controls via Coulomb forces that vary via light
- The signaling of cell death and mitophagy = % heteroplasmy in a mitochondrion = the amount of light energy transformed to physiologic power.
This picture defines the centralized system. In the decentralized system There are over ten metrics to evaluate thyroid function. Centralized testing looks at two. If those two are within normal limits, “you don’t have a problem”. You get handed a Rx for an antidepressant and synthroid.
The only way to fix the the medical system is to build a decentralized one where no one on the treatment side of care has ultimate control but the patient. The relationship between doctor patient must be repaired. Three mechanisms in which decentralization impacts on health system equity, efficiency and resilience are:
1. ‘Voting with feet’ reflects how decentralization either exacerbates or assuages the existing patterns of inequities in the distribution of people, resources and outcomes in a jurisdiction.
2. ‘Close to ground’ reflects how bringing governance closer to the people allows for use of local initiative, information, feedback, input and control.
3. ‘Watching the watchers’ reflects mutual accountability and support relations between multiple centers of governance which are multiplied by decentralization, involving governments at different levels and also community health committees and health boards
Where others see nothing or impossible strings………I observe decentralized answers. We have to cut the umbilical cord physicians have with centralized systems to get to the level of understanding how environmental light controls reality we observe. That won’t be easy because most physicians are now paid by that system. Physicians must plug into the BTC monetary network before they cut their umbilical cord. The more physicians become employed by fiat payors the more subject patients will be to corporate medical algorithms. These computer generated prescriptions will determine your health outcome. You and your doctor lose their power to help reverse the disease.
The current centralized payment structure reinforces the focus on disease by rewarding procedures, not cheaper interventions like prevention or care coordination. They never pay for therapies that hold the promise of disease reversals.
In the 1950s, 60s and into the 70s, primary care physicians were well respected members of the community and helped patients navigate and coordinate more specialized care. Children of this era remember having a family doctor who would attend to all of their family’s medical needs.
In the 1980s and 1990s when I was in medical school I was affected by how the system incentivized care, as the cost of healthcare became burdensome for corporate and government payers, the dynamic changed. The federal government and the insurance companies created a structure of procedures and payment rates for each. Procedures based on higher levels of training and technology received higher fees. The Feds and insurers tried to push down prices of procedures, but at the same time they rewarded advances in medical knowledge and technology, and the result was highly trained specialists were well paid for performing sophisticated procedures, and family doctors were squeezed. This trend was a driver in my own decision tree back then on what career path I should choose.
As a result of the centralized system, treatment decisions are influenced by money, not necessarily what is best for the patient. The procedure-based payment structure rewards doctors for doing more, even when it might be better to do nothing. I know this first hand. This is still true in 2021 for complex spinal surgery.
Our healthcare delivery system spends more than 700 billion of its 2.3 trillion in annual health spending on medical care that does nothing to improve a patient’s health…seven hundred billion dollars every year. And, most alarmingly all that ineffective treatment and harmful care represents one-third of tests, treatments and procedures that physicians perform.
Our current centralized reimbursement system and our cultural values serve up a ready answer to physician uncertainty as to what tests and treatments to order for their patients: more is better. When evidence is incomplete or conflicting about when to use a particular procedure, surgery or diagnostic test…some physicians will treat more aggressively, especially if piecework reimbursement rewards that.
The implication: Unfortunately, only about 20 percent of clinical procedures have solid scientific evidence to back them up. This means in many case physicians are flying blind and under great economic pressure to do more, even when it doesn’t necessarily serve the patient’s needs. With an arsenal of government-approved treatments available that are paid for in a centralized manner, there is great temptation to do “something,” even when it might be better to simply watch and wait. I saw that unfold in my own practice for 25 years.
With money flowing to specialists, primary care doctors were forced to see more and more patients and had less time to spend with any one patient. Unpaid services such as preventive care and care coordination quickly went out the window. With the lure of greater prestige and earning potential, medical students funnelled into specialties, creating a deficit of primary care doctors. Today, it isn’t unusual for patients to be shuttled from one specialist to another with no one looking at the bigger picture of the patient’s well-being. This process has gotten larger over my career. Patient outcomes have gotten worse.
Most of you know my specialty is neurosurgery, and within it, I subspecialize in spinal reconstruction. You would think, from this position I have obtained I would support centralization. The position has allowed me to see the problems clearly. This position showed me that centralized power in medicine is an impediment to health of people. This is why began to speak out against this centralized model of care 15 years ago. My personal perspective is the generalist in science always is the most valuable specialist. They know more so they connect more dots to lead to a new understanding to get health back.
In centralized medicine patients’ preferences, goals and values are marginalized.
When the patient is reduced to a vehicle for disease, the doctor becomes the most important person in the healthcare process. This may work fine when medical decisions are straightforward. In acute diseases they are. In chronic disease management they are not.
When there is ambiguity, a patient’s preferences, goals and values are essential in choosing the right course of action. This is a strength in a decentralized paradigm. The current centralized culture of medicine, in addition to the economic incentives mentioned above, doesn’t encourage this kind of two-way communication.
The discussion about norms and values inherent in every clinical judgment and decision seem to shift from the doctor’s consultation room to the conference room of the doctor’s professional association. If intentionally or unconsciously physicians do not want to negotiate with their patient about the usefulness of certain interventions, they can refer to the opinion of their professional association that is codiﬁed in guidelines and protocols instead, thereby shifting the responsibility for clinical decisions from a personal decision to a professional group decision. That is a deep centralization problem.
All too often, the patient buys into the mindset that decisions about their health are best left to evidence based paradigms of associations. Patients become passive recipients, rather than active participants in their own care. This may have been acceptable when the aim of medicine was simply to keep people alive, but chronic conditions, in particular, require the patient to play a larger role in managing their own health.
Adding fuel to the fire is a rising tide of chronic illness. Simultaneously, the Baby Boom generation, which represents a quarter of the U.S. population, is beginning to hit retirement age. This is a period of life when we become more vulnerable to illness and chronic conditions tend to accumulate.
As we’ve seen, the disease-based and doctor-centered medicine that brought us so far in the 20th century isn’t well equipped to mitigate and manage this growing tide of chronic disease. A new decentralized paradigm is needed that treats the whole patient and establishes a more balanced relationship between doctors and their patients.
Today, in medicine progress is measured by the speed at which algorithms can destroy the conditions that sustain life. Those narratives are pushed on social media as evidence based by doctors and researchers employed by the centralized system. The evidence of the fidelity of those “evidence based ideas” are found in the abysmal results of our chronic disease epidemics that the centralized system.
Our centralized healthcare system in the 21st century focuses on treating diseases, not people. The medical knowledge we gained in the 20th century had very narrow goals: stop people from dying. It was focused on treating short bouts of illness caused by a specific disease often localized to a particular organ or organ system. However, the CDC estimates that over half of adults in the U.S. suffer from one or more chronic diseases that cannot be cured, only managed via machine learning algorithms. The costs of treating these diseases now represents 75 percent of the $2.3 trillion in U.S. annual healthcare spending.
The centralized system fosters these beliefs………..Do you?
I know I do not.
DECENTRALIZED MEDICINE IS A SOLUTION
We can use algorithms as an aid to the systems of our society, like pilots use autopilot or how we use cruise control in our cars, but we must never let them run our society completely on their own – the day we do, will be the day we fall.
The right thing isn’t always real obvious to the rest of the world. Sometimes the right thing for one person is the wrong thing for someone else. And everything, in retrospect, is obvious to those who use forethought. How you think makes you great. 99.9% of humans use hindsight to dictate their actions. Hindset in medicine is dangerous. We have let the industrial healthcare complex take over decision making and no one is questioning the problems with it. Some of us train to observe the unseen first. We learn to ignore what the eye sees and focus on what the brain observes. This is how the decentralized mind sees problem solving.
Like most things in life, everything is great— until it isn’t. Circadian destruction comes from bluelight and nnEMF and this has created our chronic disease epidemic reality.
DeMed is the ‘counterintuitive” antidote for nnEMF ecocide caused by technocracy. With ecocide being the irreversible destruction of our natural environment by electropollution.
The irony of modern society is that we are now the best-informed society that has ever walked this planet, but yet we also carry the greatest risk of dying from our own ignorance.
Technology allows for escapism from nature. Being divorced from Nature is where all diseases begin. But technology can be harnessed to change medicine just as easily.
This is why good people can make tragic errors for people who follow them. Think employed docs and patients.
Case in point below.
How does a half-truth about food lead to a full lie in reality? The LCHF folks say this: Increase fructose load increases uric acid which inhibits the production of nitric oxide constricting blood vessels to the brain. Is this true?
Recent literature shows that uric acid is actually protective to damaged human brain tissue. So how come the LCHF physicans got it all wrong?
Did they see the whole truth or just the truth they understood from their centralized education?
The reality of the entire picture: Fructose shows up in foods grown by nature that only grow in strong photosynthetic environments naturally which have full-spectrum sunlight. So fructose is never designed to be present without strong solar UV/IR exposure. Nitric oxide is also made by short wavelength UV light, so who cares if fructose inhibits Nitric oxide? Nature always couples them…………..
The only people who do care are people eating an LCHF diet who live indoors way too much. They never get nitric oxide from their skin because they are rarely in it to experience it so their physiology is tuned the way nature designed. This is also why they get fat. The subcutaneous fat in humans responds metabolically and hormonally to sunlight or the lack thereof. Sunlight affects the Coulomb charge of our bodies. It just so happens sunlight increases Nitric oxide production to offset the loss in foods with fructose. So it is really a lack of sunlight and not the foodstuff that is the real problem. These physicians never get to this level of understanding because of their centralized education that was paid for by Big Pharma and the Industrial healthcare complex.
Big Pharma is not interested in cures, just creating new customers. This is why blue check MDs are dangerous for the public. They never ask the right questions for you because of the algorithms that were uploaded to their minds in training. Critical thinking has atrophied in physicians who have been trained using corporate algorithms.
Medicine is now a tech industry where clinical nuance is dead and the centralized algorithms of the health lobbist rules public health.
Decentralized medicine allows the doctor to examine the algorithm and critique with by holding the coding outcome up to Natures rules to limit the risk of disease.
Why do I love writting my ideas down for you? I enjoy self-publishing & sending researchers and clinicians copies of my blogs. What these blogs represent are rejection letters for the paradigms beliefs. When these clinicians and reearchers read my work, they respond, ‘Who is this guy?’
And I’m like, ‘the end of your industry.”
Decentralized medicine is a virus worth spreading.
Blockchains allow humans to connect weird things together
Many people even today do not understand how we can create a software of silicon to hold a greater value than gold. That is BTC in a nutshell.
How can blockchain technology bring value to medicine?
Communications is at the heart of medical e-commerce and community. Telemedicine has exploded on the scene because of COVID. Soon physicians will be paid in Satoshi minute by minute for their value. Apps like Strike will facilitate this transition. Banks like Avanti will fuel our practices. They are building on and off ramps we will need to build the practices our patients need.
The global eCommerce market poised to reach $135 billion by 2023. The introduction of blockchain technology in eCommerce helps build a global decentralized economy. Medicine has to be part of this. It is projected that within a decade crypto could be a mainstream alternative to cash and cards.
Physicians need to know the consumer’s appetite for crypto payments is influenced by good publicity, ease of use and convenience. They’ll never get this experience as an employee in a hospital. For merchants and retailers, crypto payments will likely be an add-on to existing systems. One thing we can agree on is the payments industry is dated and ripe for disruption in medicine. Physicians should embrace this chaos and not run from it.
Physicians have to become capable of accepting and processing cryptocurrencies. It will foster “a marriage between inventory management and exchange platform.” This decreases physicians needs for centralized systems of support. Blockchain technology is capable of handling virtually the entire eCommerce experience for physicians who go out on their own. This includes product searches, supply chain tracking, loyalty programs, product reviews, data security, and post-sale customer care.
Blockchain technology facilitates verification and trust while eliminating the need for a middleman. In the case of medicine, the application reduces the dependence on Big Pharma and researchers who perform useless science and useless papers, and electronic medical records. The blockchain ledger will help us keep an accurate database of a work’s provenance on the blockchain. This data can be monetized by patients and physicians and not by Google or your hospital.
DeMed physicians will be the innovators of this paradigm shift. The forward thinkers and risk-takers are necessary in every technological advancement and revolution. Many of these ideas will fail and billions of dollars will be lost and dreams shattered. From these attempts, the best of the best will rise, and change how we live, work, learn and play. Failure is always the first step to success. I know. I have been failing at this paradigm shift for 15 years but I refuse to give up on this idea. Success in building this new practice is stumbling from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm
I believe the world is ready now for this idea.
The current GME stock squeeze situation and DeMed are linked. Do you see the link yet?
The moral of the story of GME is that retail Reddit investors, for better or for worse, finally learned how to weaponize options and the short squeeze operation using leverage. lt is likely going to lead to the utter destruction of the current centralized markets beginning today, thus, setting the stage for globalized decentralized markets that are fueled by BTC monetary network.
Doctors and nurses need to find how to optimize the BTC monetary network to power their successes while limiting their own destruction at the hands of corporate algorithms, medical schools, residencies, and hospitals. So when your monetary network is inflated, no person or employer can force you to vaccinate yourself or do something to a patient that breaks Nature’s laws for mitochondrial function.
DeMed defends chaos. Decentralized systems are the quintessential patrons of simplicity. They allow complexity to rise to a level at which it is sustainable, and no higher.
American federalism was the embodiment of political tolerance and decentralization – the expression of the liberal conviction that society can manage itself and needs no central plan.
American medicine before the AMA was the embodiment of political tolerance of ideology with no central recipes. Where patients can manage their diseases when reintroduced into Nature.
The purpose of a centralized medical system or any other system, is not to ensure stability in people, but to exploit people in the society. It is time to change the paradigm.
Physicians and nurse interested in transition planning can join me for brainstorming sessions on how to get the logistics right at kruseatdestin.com. DeMed amateurs talk tactics. Professional DeMed users talk logistics.