Why These Hospital Workers Never Get Sick From COVID-19
When I started Angel Publishing (the publisher of Wealth Daily) in 2004, my goal was to create an investment research firm that was so unconventional, people would call us crazy.
Every single game-changing investment thesis we’ve ever presented to you was presented years before the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Washington Post, and every other mainstream media ever talked about it.
That’s why this article today is so important.
Not only is it an example of the kinds of investment opportunities you’ve come to expect from us, but the technology literally saves lives. And it’s being deployed around the globe to save people from the current coronavirus pandemic.
And mark my words: The technology will be common in the years to come in the wake of this virus crisis.
So let me take you back to something we published nearly seven years ago.
On September, 4, 2013, we released an exclusive opportunity that was light years ahead of everyone else.
In that published report, we started out teasing this:
He works in the dark... 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year.
He never takes lunch breaks, sick leave, or vacations. In fact, he doesn't need health insurance.
That’s exactly right — never takes sick leave because he never gets sick. Ever.
In that same year, we published another exclusive report on the same opportunity.
We said at the time:
The United States is running out of doctors.
According to the Association of American Medical Colleges, we will need about 875,000 doctors by 2020.
With a growing aging population, that number will be short by about 91,000 doctors by 2020... and 130,600 understaffed by 2025.
There are just too many patients and not enough doctors. Consequently, doctors are spread too thin and are unable to keep up with their caseloads.
At the same time, patients, especially in remote areas, are unable to get the quality care they need...
There is a solution: robots.
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[It’ll] help solve the doctor shortage — and save lives in the process.
It will do this by using a machine that allows doctors to visit patients from anywhere in the world... and they can do it in minutes in their pajamas.
The robot stands five feet tall and has a large computer screen that projects the doctor's face.
It is armed with patients' digital medical records, a state-of-the-art navigation system, and a full arsenal of medical equipment, including a digital stethoscope, otoscopes (used to look in ears), and an ultrasound imaging system.
When a doctor wants to visit a patient, he doesn't even need to set foot in the hospital...
Simply by pushing a button on his iPad, the doctor can send the hospital-based robot to the patient's room. It moves by itself and has sensors to keep it from bumping into walls.
Again, we wrote this seven years ago.
And fast forward, China has now brought us another virus that has the world at its knees. So much so that private citizens and companies are diverting resources to make much needed protective gear similar to the N95 mask.
But hospitals are also deploying robots to help with patients infected with the coronavirus.
According to The Jerusalem Post:
Smart machines are being deployed to minimize contact between healthcare professionals and patients.
In a bid to minimize person-to-person contact, artificial intelligence-powered devices equipped with thermometers and cameras are taking patients’ vitals and helping doctors diagnose people with the illness from a safe distance. Others are being used to disinfect hospital rooms and even airplanes.
Many people are in quarantine. Doctors need to visit them. People need to bring them food and someone needs to take their temperature – all of these things a robot can do. Then you can refrain from contact with people who are infected.
When this is all over, you can bet that robots will be used in every hospital in the industrialized world.
We were in this opportunity seven years ago… and we are in it again today.
Tomorrow, we will be releasing a very special presentation on this technology, the investment opportunity, and why it’s needed more than ever.
Brian is a founding member and President of Angel Publishing and investment director for the income and dividend newsletter The Wealth Advisory. He writes about general investment strategies for Tech Investing Daily, Wealth Daily and Energy & Capital. Known as the "original bull on America," Brian is also the author of the 2008 book, Profit from the Peak: The End of Oil and the Greatest Investment Event of the Century. In addition to writing about the economy, investments and politics, Brian is also a frequent guest on CNBC, Bloomberg, Fox and countless radio shows. For more on Brian, take a look at his editor's page.
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