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Why is it Difficult to Make a Business Case in Healthcare? (Karim Kershavjee)

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Why is it Difficult to Make a Business Case in Healthcare? (Karim Kershavjee)

March 24, 2022

Why is it Difficult to Make a Business Case in Healthcare? (Karim Kershavjee)

SPECIAL APPEAL:

Dear listeners, as the war in Ukraine continues, the need for medical help is increasing. 

If you’re a clinician or a telehealth provider, please get in touch with Health Without Borders. Health Without Borders is organising a “Ukraine Telehealth Relief” initiative to provide free of charge telehealth and remote consultations to the people of Ukraine. So if you’re a clinician or telemedicine provider, please contact Health Tech Without Borders: https://www.healthtechwithoutborders.org/ukraine-telehealth-relief

If you’re a medical device manufacturer or have the ability to donate medical equipment, EIT Health is facilitating the supply of medical equipment to Ukraine. EIT Health has partnered with the Polish Medical Mission, a leading humanitarian organisation working with healthcare professionals on the border of Ukraine. If you are an organisation with the ability to donate and ship any of the medical equipment please complete the form on EIT Health’s website:  https://eithealth.eu/ukraine-appeal/

In this episode, you’re going to hear about metaverse and healthcare, which conditions need to be fulfilled for health tech to succeed, you will also get a glimpse into how Canada’s Primary Care Chronic Disease Surveillance System was built. And much more. I spoke with Karim Karshavjee, Family Physician with over 25 years of experience designing, developing, and implementing Electronic Health Records/Electronic Medical Records and helping clinicians use them effectively. He is also the Program Director of the Masters of Health Informatics program at the University of Toronto. Enjoy the show and if you haven’t yet, subscribe to the show to be notified about new episodes automatically. 

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