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279 – An Intrapreneurial approach to simplicity and efficiency in healthcare. Josh Farrington, Medicity

Take an intrapreneurial journey to improve healthcare Josh Farrington is Medicity's director of operations. Medicity is a new digital health company based in Melbourne. It is part of the Cabrini…
September 4, 2022

279 – An Intrapreneurial approach to simplicity and efficiency in healthcare. Josh Farrington, Medicity

Take an intrapreneurial journey to improve healthcare
Josh Farrington is Medicity’s director of operations.

Medicity is a new digital health company based in Melbourne. It is part of the Cabrini Technology Group, or CTG.
In this episode, Pete and Josh explore the journey of intrapreneurship and Medicity from its early days within Cabrini Health and how that all ties into where they are now, plus much more.
There is always much to do in healthcare to help improve patient outcomes and experience, plus the clinical workflow. This episode covers the improvement of operational efficiencies in hospitals. It looks at the intrapreneurial journey of a health tech startup and its collaboration with clinicians to co-design efficient products and services, with simplicity of use being a priority. 

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