The Lans health concept is today a system that combines innovative diagnostic and modern, science based care and therapy elements with passion and develop health support and after care.
The current state health system allows a majority of its resources come to effect too late, usually then, when the patients are already organically ill. With the health concept of Andreas Wieser deviations in the medical area are early recognisable. Clients are motivated to a life style change and positive changes can immediately be seen. These life style changes can prevent the manifestation of diseases in a proven way.
For the first time this system can develop from non-invasive data the health state and the further recovery of the clients/patients, the preventive effects of the life style change are transparently shown along the process. This way patient can be motivated to carry out course corrections at the right time.
Medical services and preventive medical interventions can continuously be evaluated and thereby eventual risk patients can from early on be identified and better monitored. The sustainability of preventive medical measures is thereby secured and the application of non-useful interventions and therapies can be avoided early on.
The health concept of Andreas Wieser helps people to lead a healthier and independent life and reduces the cost for clinical care without creating mid or long-term effects. It is an integral health system in combination with innovative coaching and motivation elements and is continuously further developed in the areas of health diagnostic and prognosis.
The multiplication potential of the health concept is very large as it is can besides the high-end area, with minimal changes also be installed at communal and regional settings worldwide. This pioneering and research-based innovation, combined with professional implementation in several health touristic leading projects can be applied as pioneers for successful medical preventive oriented destination development in resort hotels and city centres.