WASHINGTON & OTTAWA, Ontario & CHENNAI, India & MUMBAI, India & NEW DELHI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In 2007, Krishnan Suthanthiran established Best Cure Foundation (a non-profit non-governmental organization) to make quality healthcare and higher education affordable and accessible to everyone globally.
Mr. Suthanthiran believes, “Health is wealth – A healthy person has many wishes, but a sick person has only one. Everyone deserves the best healthcare. In addition, higher education is the most effective way to eliminate poverty and promote global understanding and peace.”
Best Cure Foundation's main goal is to reduce the deaths and suffering from Cancer, Cardiac, Diabetes and other major diseases by 50% by the end of the next decade.
Over the last 11 years, Mr. Suthanthiran has been promoting Best Cure Foundation at his own expense and contributions – and now, Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase & Co. have joined together to establish a form of non-profit healthcare program (contemplated by BCF 11 years ago) for nearly one million of their employees. There are other groups around the world trying to implement the recommendations of BCF over the last ten years.
Mr. Suthanthiran is launching his Global Healthcare Plan, by establishing a Hub-and-Spoke Model healthcare delivery system of Express and Mobile Clinics linked to General and Super-Specialty Medical Centers. These are part of his efforts to set right the vast 10+ trillion USD global healthcare economy, which is growing at 10% or more every year, using his non-profit foundations – Best Real Estate Investment Trust, Best Medical Capital and his family of private medical companies, collectively known as TeamBest. TeamBest Companies are innovators and pioneers of many of the advanced medical technologies used globally today.
Mr. Suthanthiran has stated, “BCF will be using a Total Health approach of Prevention, Early Detection and Effective Treatment for Total Cure, using many new innovative technologies and practices, including a Proactive Healthcare Delivery System, with full transparency on clinical outcomes, benefits and costs.”