Caduceus (OTCQB: CSOC.OB) has begun to move – act TODAY!
UPDATE: We no longer cover CSOC and this update is to close out our coverage with a summary of results. We alerted our readers to CSOC on September 20, 2011 when it was being promoted. Readers could have purchased CSOC the next trading day for between $0.09 and $0.148. Theoretically the maximum profit on this stock based on this alert was 64%, but in reality a best case result would have been profits in the 5% to 15% range in the first week. More probably investors would have held on longer and suffered losses of 10% to 30% if they got out within 5 weeks, and larger losses if they had held on longer.
Welcome to our introductory penny stock tip on StockTips.com! It’s our first hot penny stock tip and we’re really excited about it and as you’ll read below, you will see why!
Caduceus (OTCQB: CSOC.OB) is moving as healthcare has to cut cost – This means profit potential for you!
Here’s the short version for you:
Caduceus Software Systems Corp. (OTCQB: CSOC.OB) develops and markets electronic healthcare record software. Now, why is this worthy of your attention?
- US Healthcare is the most expensive in the world, and it is growing
- After the recession, demand for getting health care costs under control has exploded!
- Caduceus provides a unified system for assuring efficient and timely access to supplies and data while reducing the investment in inventory, improving cash flow and delivering the highest quality of patient care
- Caduceus provides a way to cut costs for the patient and society as a whole, while increasing profits for the individual physician
And now the slightly lengthier explanation on why we believe Caduceus Software Systems Corp. (OTCQB: CSOC.OB) is a sound investment
At $2.3 trillion (which amounts to 16.2% of the nation’s GDP), healthcare costs in the US are spiraling out of control! And politicians are clamoring to show that they are willing to get the rampant health care costs under control – and fast!
Development of innovative and modern IT systems has been identified as the primary way to get costs down to a more manageable level.
Already, $19 billion in federal funding has been allocated by the Obama administration to uniformly upgrade health IT, especially with regards to Electronic Medical Records (EMR) so physicians and other health professionals can more easily transfer and share data. Also, EMR makes billing much more precise and easy to handle, lowering administration costs. Also, some experts estimate that as much as 30% of all health care is unnecessary – with electronic medical records, any physician can see what examinations and tests have been done before the patient was transferred to him.
Thereby, the patient will not be run through the same tests several times, and the doctor will have a significantly improved chance of correctly diagnosing the patient.
For more information about US health care spending, please see: http://www.kaiseredu.org/Issue-Modules/US-Health-Care-Costs/Background-Brief.aspx
Caduceus Software Systems Corp. (OTCQB.OB) have developed a very innovative Medical Management System, which incorporates medical records with a number of forward looking features improving diagnosis, management and accounting immensely.
- The Caduceus software also maintains a database of tens of thousands of Fee-for-Service (treatment), Diagnostic, Facility and other vital codes and delivers them in an easy-to-understand categorical manner
- Allows for the addition of virtually unlimited insurance and fee structures
- Makes billing and patient information retrieval simple by obtaining patient details directly from government systems
- Can be installed on virtually any computer running Windows without requiring the added overhead of upgrading hardware
- Tracks time-sensitive events such as appointments, accounts, and follow-ups and notifies staff with friendly reminders
The Caduceus Software Medical Management system can be custom-made to fit the needs of the specific physician, and it has a significantly easier learning curve than any other solution on the market.
And finally, Caduceus Software Systems Corp. (OTCQB: CSOC.OB) is building out the system so it can be used in accordance with tablets and secure cloud web services, literally bringing all the information at the fingertips of the physician when he makes his rounds.
With $19 billion already having been funneled into upgrading healthcare IT, we believe caduceus will be able to grab a sizeable share of the $2.3 trillion health care market. And
We are sure an investment in Caduceus Software Systems Corp. (OTCQB: CSOC.OB) will reflect the immense profit potential in this unique investment opportunity, and that we will see increasing share prices as the rest of the investment community gets whiff of this unique company!
Check out their website at http://www.caduceussystems.com/.
Do your due diligence, and put Caduceus (OTCBB: CSOC.OB) on your radar now, and be ready to grab a couple of thousands of shares before the stampede sets in!
Good luck on your highway to great investments,
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