We want to change how healthcare professionals communicate
Let’s practice medicine together
Silos in healthcare are painfully obstructive. They cost valuable money and time, and compromise the quality of patient care. Putting up barriers between departments doesn’t keep things tidy; it just keeps things secret.
We see that doctors and nurses need the opposite: a culture of close collaboration within their teams, as well as with the broader healthcare networks surrounding their patients.
That’s why we’ve dubbed the 21st century as the era of ‘network medicine’. We set out to develop medtech tools that help health care professionals cooperate more efficiently by improving the way they communicate. No more siloed structures slowing things down: connections are the only way forward.
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