Wikihospitals is a personal blog.
While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information featured, you must accept the terms and conditions of the site before progressing through it.
Having said that, the articles about patient errors are based on true life stories. While names and places have been altered, the clinical information presented, is accurate.
The health technology companies displayed in the directory come from high quality international sources. These include international Doctors with a keen interest in technology and industry technology associations closely involved in healthcare.
The startup ecosystem has always been a major source of inspiration. They are always looking for ways to disrupt this bloated, overpriced and fragmented industry.
If we don’t reform healthcare, the industry will collapse. Public systems are already buckling under the strain of skyrocketing costs. Private health systems are bankrupting entire countries, as in America.
So read the blogs, sign up for the newsletter and join the reform movement.
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