It has been a learning process performed in English, Swedish and Finnish. Understanding the causes of the problem, reading health care blogs, looking into statements from medical professionals around the world.
- The problem is global
- The diagnostic methods are standardized
- A remarkable amount of information is available
- How can we communicate the idea that there is a faster and more economical diagnostic method?
- How can we get health care professionals to take action?
- Are we facing a top down organizational task to get enough mediracing points?
- How about patient organizations?
It's not enough to get out with the message. We've to get the Mediracer services to the clinics and health care organizations. Information alone isn't a solution to the problem. How can we accomplish it?
I think, we need to give specific advice on how mobile services have been arranged in Finland, Sweden, UK, Estonia, Denmark.
Building a budget for the Point of Care Mediracer CTS service...
- The price of Mediracer
- Price of electrodes and consumables
- Salary of nurse doing the mediracing
- How many CTS diagnostics per hour? and a working day?
- How many potential patients should be in the service area?
- Telemedical diagnostic support
- How is the telemedical diagnostic support organized abroad?
- I need new pictures
- I want to do an on-lien interview
- Move from the general CTS profiling to specific presentation of Mediracer
- Blogging about the Features - Advantages - Benefits