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Healthcare Services Division




In today's world, the cost of medical care services, especially when an individual is already ill or has a preexisting condition, is prohibitive for most individuals or families. Although the Obama Administration had successfully extended coverage to more Americans than before through the Affordable Care Act or Obamacare, the beginning of taking charge of one's health still rests upon preventative options geared towards making sure you do not get  sick in the first place. 

KES has products for our population inflicted with diabetes. Diabetes is a serious disease that can be managed through physical activity, diet, and appropriate utilization of insulin and oral medications to lower blood sugar levels. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that over 29 million people in the United States are inflicted with diabetes and this number had spiked up from 26 million in 2010. The CDC estimates that One in Four people have diabetes and they are not aware. Also, there are about 86 million adults (more than One in Three U.S. adults) who have pre-diabetes, where their blood sugar levels are higher than normal but not high enough to be classified as type 2 diabetes. Without weight loss and moderate physical activities, 15 to 30 percent of the 86 million people with pre-diabetes will develop type 2 diabetes within five years. 

KES Quick & Care Blood Glucose Monitoring Device seeks to present to patients a valuable, state-of-the-art, cost efficient tool to help monitor and treat their diabetes. The need to monitor and treat diabetes cannot be overemphasized. Literally, globally, diabetes patients desire access to adequate care. Many people can avoid the long-term complications of diabetes by taking good care of themselves, and good care starts with the proper tools. KES Quick & Care is an affordable tool. 

KES, also, has strategic partnership with Health Fairs USA which is a nationwide company that conducts fewer sickness call-outs, profitable business, among others. 

Given the COVID-19 pandemic which has created a new normal nearly globally, adherence to personal healthcare regiments are more critical today (mask wearing, keeping safe social distances, hand washing, etc.) than they were during the pre-pandemic times.


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