May 29, 2019 2 min read
Healthcare technology is progressing rapidly, with newer faster ways to diagnose and treat illness advancing all the time. Yet, a very high percentage of care is coordinated using 50 year old fax communications, mail (yes, with a stamp), and the telephone. Fax, mail, and phone are inefficient, unreliable, and outdated standards for communicating lifesaving information. They create a bottleneck that slows the pace of healthcare to a dangerous crawl. Dr. Michael Giuffre has implemented a solution - and he believes it is exactly what the healthcare system needs to survive.
In a recent interview (video above), Dr. Giuffre, practicing pediatric cardiologist for 27 years, member of the Canadian Medical Association Board of Directors, past president of the Alberta Medical Association, clinical professor at the University of Calgary, and member of the Brightsquid Board of Directors describes that the issue with the system is having, “multiple systems that don’t talk.” He explains that there is, “no ability to integrate that information.”
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