What's the problem?
Innovators and clinicians can’t connect with
Over regulation, suspicion of new technology, high taxes and a funding system that is geared toward ‘quantity and churn’ rather that ‘quality and long term outcomes’ is making health reform difficult
Outside the startup scene, few people know about technology and home services that could solve the majority of health industry problems.
What's the solution?
Transparency about health problems and promoting startup
Research and development. Data rich apps. Smart devices linked to cloud based platforms. Voice recognition technology. Graphic analysis using artificial intelligence. Information that is informative and will help you make better health choices.
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