Brazil’s healthcare is looking to survive the economic crisis. This offer offers an opportunity for the Brazilian businessperson to remain motivated. The hospital networks, entrepreneurs, and startups, individual developers, venture capitalists, private and public institutions of teaching and research have the opportunity now to advance medical innovation and shape hospital management through engagements and collaborations. Jorge Moll who is a neuroscientist has shared his expertise extensively through conferences. Follow Jorge Moll on Facebook.
Innovation allied to health
The benefits that technology has provided any industry the world over are continuous. It is inevitable to overlook Silicon Valley and its neighborhoods in Northern California where digital technology now overflows into the healthcare sector. Brazilian hospitals need to take up these new technologies into their routine use.
In lectures by Dr. Albert Chan, Jorge Moll notes that focus on patient experience has shown how proper implementation of technology can transform how patients’ experience. Among the benefits are more efficient and humane interaction between doctors and patients with attention a hundred percent focused on the patient. Technology will no longer have the doctor divide his time by consulting files or taking notes. Also, improved safety and depth of medical evaluation will be guaranteed and service reviewed by the specialist with the aim to improve productivity and a quality patient experience. Also, Integrating smart phones and tablets into medicine will then allow users to access their history and still make appointments online. Read more about Jorge Moll at crunchbase.com.
Technical and perceived quality
To retain the patient and keep them loyal, Total Health Management Model is a tool a hospital can use to provide health care without wastage and at a lower cost. In the end, hospitals offer cheaper services than before. This model presented by Jorge Moll will help “serious and respected” health care providers reach out to people who left the health plans and went to the SUS, or worse, changed to plans with less coverage and even with much lower quality. In the model, as Moll presented, there is complete control of the patient, from their entry into the outpatient clinic to the emergency room, inpatient services, and surgical procedures.