Innovate to save lives and improve well-being

Health professionals are already part of it. And those among us who are not health professionals and are interested in contributing, have all kinds of paths they can follow. And it is precisely in the diversity of our experiences and capacities that we can design it and, above all, build it. When we talked about it with Jorgelina Albanowe turn to their way of thinking as reflected in Humanin Haus, a space where diverse experiences and opinions meet to motivate people to empower themselves with heterogeneity and reap the benefits of inclusive inclusion.

The ability to access medical care from your mobile phone at any time and in any place is possible through several projects such as GoDoctor. Matias Massotti He is convinced that to start a business you have to think about Argentina as a trick game, a popular Argentine game. And so, disruption comes from considering the cards you have and how to play them. He envisions a world where we don’t have to treat diseases, but rather technology detects them before they occur and we can prevent them. To do this, you need to collect information and have an easy-to-use platform for everyone involved.

How to integrate policies and public, private, non-profit entities and persons without legal identity in order to find improvements for health? Alexandra Garcia, the deputy director of innovation at the National Center for Health Information Systems (CENS) in Chile inspires by explaining the design of her organization to make this happen more easily. And of course it is possible; this is demonstrated by the success stories emerging from CENS.

Without leaving CENS and dealing with the case of Lumi in Entre Ríos, headed by Santiago Romero Ayala among other things, which takes care of people so that they can perform their tasks by cleaning all that “bug” – I allow myself to say that because I am not a doctor – when entering the workplace.

Sometimes these “bugs” are not biological, they are circumstances that create stress, that generate a state of tension that we can introduce with augmented reality into a person who experiences a pleasant situation. Neural health teams, hand in hand with Edward Cornejothey also use artificial intelligence to make methods and results more efficient.

Who hasn’t had to get a blood test done at some point in their life? Who knew that tubes containing blood had to be handled with care? Not only due to bumps and knocks, but also due to temperature and other factors. That sample should arrive as stable as possible in the laboratory or the area where it will be analyzed. If those samples go into a container that makes sure it all happens as they developed Javier Neck and its partners in H+Trace between sensors, IoT and data intelligence), then the quality of results and medical conclusions will be much more accurate.

Sometimes these blood tests are preliminary to a surgical intervention where anesthesia is necessary. Did you know that this application must comply with certain quantities and times? And that the assimilation of said anesthesia is controlled in every case. The ability to have a team 3 times cheaper than usual and checked with greater accuracy via mobile phone in your pocket is something that Nerbio has achieved. Y Christian Sapunar He says it with emotion: he knows that it contributes to efficiency and health.

Can these situations be prevented? That. ÜMA Salud does this, among other things, by means of artificial intelligence that feeds on information from patients and situations that provide analysis and provide notifications so that each of us can know if we need to control, review or simply improve the habit. Gustavo Daquarti leads the team that applies AI and has interesting anecdotes.

It would be very beneficial for everyone to access these cases, to understand the wonderful resources that exist to improve well-being or health. How to communicate all that? When? Whom? What’s better than going to a team as experienced in awareness campaigns as Grey? Even more so if he is the one speaking to us Denise Ormanwho, together with his team, devised a way of provoking in order to capture attention and understanding.

These are some of the projects that inspire, that motivate us to understand that all drops are wet and that we can all be a drop, a bucket, a wave that pushes the impact on health.

Creator and leader of Meet-up Leadership for Innovation in Health

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