This Cutting Edge Healthcare Design Tech Is Saving Lives – And It Could Make You A Fortune

Chris Giattina is working with a top-flight software platform to transform the nation’s $3.6 trillion healthcare system.

And no, he’s not pioneering a breakthrough in genetics a or cutting-edge new drug.

His approach is a bit more basic. But in these COVID challenging times, his work is very important, not to mention profitable for savvy tech investors who know where to look.

Here’s the thing. Giattina is the CEO of BLOX, which is focusing heavily on making modular medical facilities.

Using its unique approach to construction, BLOX can have a 16-bed isolation unit ready for patient use in as little as a week.

That could prove a huge benefit in the continuing war on COVID. See, some cities and towns have found themselves short of medical facilities when there is a spike in new cases.

Given that BLOX is privately held, there is no direct way to invest in this disruptive tech, but you still have the chance to make money off of their disruptive building tech.

I have uncovered a storied software firm that made BLOX’s mission possible and is set to double its earnings in 18 months…

The Modular Hospital

Giattina’s inspiration for BLOX came when he was the principal architect hired to build an employee training center in Alabama for a Japanese automaker.

The client wanted it done in just nine months, something unheard of in the slow-changing U.S. construction industry. So Giattina looked to the car industry for inspiration.

It’s the efficiencies he found there that inspired BLOX.

The firm makes standardized pipes, wiring, racks, and so on in its factory, and incorporates them into walls, floors, and ceilings before they are even assembled into buildings.

These are then put together into “uber modules.” We’re talking complete traumas center, breaks room, or patient waiting areas.

Now, Giatinna’s focus is on healthcare, but the benefits of modular construction aren’t limited to just that. According to Grand View Research, the whole modular construction industry is growing at 6.5% a year and will be worth $178.4 billion in 2025.

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