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298 – Interoperability and healthcare systems integration. Robi Karp, Fluffy Spider Technologies

Do you know why interoperability is important in healthcare technology?   This episode focuses on healthcare technology interoperability.   Robi Karp, the CEO and founder of Fluffy Spider Technologies, is…
October 10, 2022

298 – Interoperability and healthcare systems integration. Robi Karp, Fluffy Spider Technologies

Do you know why interoperability is important in healthcare technology?

 

This episode focuses on healthcare technology interoperability.

 

Robi Karp, the CEO and founder of Fluffy Spider Technologies, is an experienced technology executive, serial entrepreneur, board member, and speaker.

Fluffy Spider Technologies is a digital health technology company that specialises in software development, integration services, and digital healthcare technology consulting.

 

In this episode, you will find out what interoperability is all about. Listen to this interview with Robi Karp, the CEO and founder of Fluffy Spider Technologies, which assists clients in providing better healthcare by offering interoperable digital health software solutions.

 

Check out the episode and full show notes here.

To see the latest information, news, events and jobs on offer at Fluffy Spider Technologies, visit their Talking HealthTech Directory here

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