We hear a lot about connecting health these days and a lot of it focuses on telemedicine. Telecommunications are definitely becoming an important part of health care. But, connected care can be so much more!
April 3rd is National Caregivers' Day. We know you do this amazing work and we are here for you. When and where you need it.
Everyone on the Trioova team is ridiculously passionate about what we are doing, and everyone has a different perspective on why. So, I decided to ask "What was your moment?". By this I mean, when did you throw your hands up in the air and feel like shouting "Why isn't this EASIER!?"
There are almost 500 000 young carers in Ontario between 15 and 24. Help us bring awareness by joining the conversation #YCAD
To this point, we have decided that in order to encourage change we must be part of that change. We must become the front-runner for a digital health change.
Connected care means better care. The true driver of change is you. Let's join together, and make connected care a reality for all players in health care: patients, clinicians, and caregivers!
Every time I explain the problem Trioova is working hard to solve, people look at me with one of two looks. The first is shock and disbelief. The second is defeat. Imagine a world in which this was all EASY. Oh, doesn't that sound nice? Trust me, I am just as excited as you for this to be possible.
Mark Stolow, President and CEO of The Caregiver Network and CEO of Huddol (a new social health platform for caregivers), recently wrote a fantastic blog post about shifting our perception of caregivers. He states "when you become a caregiver you become a healthcare provider" and he is completely right. You, as a caregiver, are a provider.