Life in the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us many lessons and ways to continue business and other aspects of life despite restrictions that prevented much physical interaction.
Technology has been steadily developing in the healthcare industry for more than a decade.
Someone recently told me that they went to their dentist’s office for follow-up care and was in the chair being prepped when they were asked about some care options.
The long wait for non-emergency healthcare, both privately and publicly, can be frustrating.
Jamaica began its hospital digitisation journey less than a decade ago with the University Hospital of the West Indies.
The current COVID-19 vaccination distribution programme had me thinking about the best ways to quickly identify segments of the population that could be most at risk, not just for COVID,