Wellness Risk Foundation
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The Wellness Risk Foundation will track future science and modify program algorithms, documents and
school curriculum protocols as needed.
Problems We Can See with a Wellness Foundation Implementation
We can foresee various self-interested organisations attempting to make a foothold early in this new Wellness
Risk Management field. We believe that to allow biased viewpoints would be a mistake.
The medical model for instance, is not the model we wish to see as that model has an extreme bias to see that
it’s own practitioners maintain a high level of income. Medical criticism of other aspects of Wellness, outside
their model, is levied with a bias that does not criticise their own model in the same way. This double standard is
not acceptable in our model.
Medical intervention data. We need a balance of,
- Medicine-Based Evidence,
- Evidence-Based Medicine,
- Best Professional Opinion, and
- Client Wishes.
It would be the Wellness Risk Foundation that sees through the conundrum to establish a working protocol that is
dynamic and upgradable. In the whole of the medical disease care system we do not see a transparent balance in the
four sources of medical intervention data listed above. What we see is a claim of evidence-based medicine with a
reality of medicine-based evidence and best professional opinion dominating the entire system to the benefit of the
medical profession exclusively.
You can see that we do not wish to see the medical associations, societies, organisations etc. highjack this
Wellness Risk Management model. We can be sure that they will be critical of this Wellness model because it will
cut into their business base. Of course, that is the whole idea isn’t it, to reduce the dependence on the medical
disease care system?
When reading between the lines, so to speak, we see that our system strikes at the [medicine-based, best
professional opinion] duality to enforce a mandate slanted toward evidence-based science. This process is
deliberate on our part. It would fall to the Wellness Risk Foundation to protect that protocol. Although medicine
as a whole claims to be Evidence-Based, what they DELIVER is actually a duality of Medicine-Based and
Best-Professional-Opinion. Thus, they do not really deliver science-based medicine, and they have their multiple
excuses as to why not. We believe medicine is needed, just not within Wellness Risk Management model.
We realize that instilling Wellness in a large population is very difficult due to the sociological issues of
human existence. That doesn't mean we should avoid trying to make an organized approach in this field.
We are offering a start up Wellness Risk Management Model Program.
Anyone who wishes to become involved in building the foundation end of this Wellness Risk Management model
should contact us.