The researches in life sciences and health provided the necessary structural fundamentals that need to be managed to integrate health with healthcare in order to improve patient orientation and health. The research Think Tanks are integrated by teams that include physicians and managers who have notorious interest in solving the complexity of healthcare and dealing with future scenarios.
The discovery of the Ontogenetic Intelligence of Nature gave birth to the unicist approach to complexity and was the beginning of the development of the Unicist Theory, which included a theoretical framework to deal with complex adaptive systems.
The Unicist Standard defines the structures and the unified fields that have to be managed in an adaptive system in order to organize it and achieve the results that have been defined as possible.
This allows managing the unified field of human adaptive systems in a reasonable, understandable and provable way. The energy saving produced by the strict use of the Unicist Standard of a function exceeds 30% (experience data).
The use of the Unicist Standard is a condition for designing Strategies and Architectures. All the structural solutions, business objects and technologies follow the Unicist Standard and generate significant energy saving effects.
The intelligence that underlies nature is a complex problem that is extremely abstract and can only be understood by using it in the real world. The research was focused on the unified field of living beings. The basic assumption that sustains this development is that the evolution of living beings, their behaviors, actions and deeds are driven by the same logical structural framework. This implies that there is an intelligence that defines the structural behavior of any entity that integrates this framework that allows predicting the behavior of all the entities where this intelligence is known.
The unicist theory expanded the frontiers of sciences making the scientific approach to complex adaptive systems possible without needing to use arbitrary palliatives to transform complex systems into systemic systems in order to be able to research them. The unicist approach opened the possibilities of managing complexity sciences using a pragmatic, structured and functionalist approach. It is based on the research of the unicist ontological structure of a complex adaptive system which regulates its evolution. This approach is based on emulating the structure of the unicist ontogenetic intelligence of nature.
The discovery of the unicist ontological structure of complex systems developed at The Unicist Research Institute provided the final input to develop a methodology for adaptive clinical trials. The unicist ontology of health that was discovered provided the basic background for this methodology. This approach is based on the integration of aspects of traditional clinical trials, the concept of the “learn and confirm” standard and the unicist approach to complexity sciences. This approach uses destructive tests, which are a special kind of falsification test to sustain the Phase I and Phase II clinical trials.
The research on the unicist ontology of health, which began in 2001, was focused on finding the essential structure of health that allows understanding the multiple medical specialties and medical approaches that deal with “the art of healing”. Fostering health requires ensuring that the psychic functionality, which is the active function of health, maintains and does not hinder the energy flow that sustains the functionality of organs. Fostering health requires stimulating a meaningful life where the interpersonal and intrapersonal adaptation conflicts can be managed.
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