Quantum Innovations, Inc. and PWeR® Partner with National Research Center to Advance Healthcare Technology

Quantum Innovations, Inc. and PWeR® Partner with National Research Center to Advance Healthcare Technology 

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (August 1, 2017) Quantum Innovations, Inc., (“Quantum”) is pleased to announce that it has become an active member of the National Science Foundation (NSF) Industry/University Cooperative Research Center (I/UCRC) – Center for Health Organization Transformation (CHOT), at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) in Boca Raton, Florida.

CHOT is funded in part by the NSF, University Members, and Industry Members who collaborate in trying to bring forth a transformation in healthcare. With access to over two dozen issued and pending patents, and as a developer of health information technologies, Quantum hopes to contribute in all it can to the CHOT initiative.

Noel J. Guillama, President of Quantum Innovations, Inc. commented, “we are incredibly honored to have been accepted for membership in such a prestigious national organization as CHOT. We are committed to actively participating and advancing the center’s mission.”

Quantum, as a full member of CHOT, will have access to “royalty-free” research and intellectual property that could be used to advance the Company’s mission and objectives.

The current University Members of CHOT are: Texas A&M University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Penn State, University of Alabama at Birmingham, and Florida Atlantic University.

Mr. Guillama commented further, “our full engagement and participation in CHOT, and our passion for using technology to both advance the quality or care given to patients, and help foster a more efficient and cost effective healthcare delivery system, are consistent with CHOT. We believe the biggest obstacles in healthcare is information which is fragmented, missing, or arrives too late to be actionable. We are committed to helping advance a “Renaissance in healthcare” driven by technology.”

About CHOT 

Center for Health Organization Transformation (CHOT) is a National Science Foundation Industry-University Cooperative Research Center (I/UCRC). CHOT follows a model of an industry-academic partnership that has benefited industry-focused research across more than 50 disciplines. CHOT creates a safe, mutually beneficial, cooperative environment where innovative, leading healthcare industry members can come together in collaboration to: Support important transformation initiatives addressing health organization management and services; examine the implementation of transformational strategies; partner with healthcare management researchers, to improve such initiatives and strategies, participate in research in a cost-effective manner, play a critical role in shaping the education of future healthcare leaders as managers, engineers, and health professionals



About Quantum Innovations and PWeR® 3.0

Quantum Innovations, Inc. is a subsidiary of The Quantum Group, Inc. and operates under a license from it to use the PWeR trademarks, as well as numerous patents both issued and pending. Quantum Innovations seeks to provide technology solutions through PWeR 3.0, a 21st century healthcare technology platform and Meaningful Use certified EHR product.

PWeR® stands for Personal Wellness electronic Record®. This 21st century technology solution is a new breed, intelligent healthcare information platform that hosts medical records and permits interactive use. Medical records follow the patient, giving every healthcare provider that sees a particular patient access to all the information needed to assist in their diagnosis and treatment plan. Providers are able to access a patient’s entire medical record in one glance. In critical situations or in providing treatment to patients on the PWeR 3.0 platform, providers will be enabled to access full medical histories and make educated treatment decisions based on accurate data.

 That’s PWeR – Complexity meets SimplicitySM

For more information, visit www.myPWeR.com


Quantum Innovations, Inc.

Noel J. Guillama, President