Navigating Friction, Flexibility, Frustration, and Fluff in Healthcare Tech Adoption

Our guest today is Brandon Blais, Chief Technology Officer at careviso.

Continuing with our mini-series: HealthTech Blockers–What are the factors that hold back the advancements of Health Tech? 

Our guest today is Brandon Blais, Chief Technology Officer at careviso. Brandon introduces the acronym "FLUFFED" to encapsulate the key obstacles: Finances, Lack of technical expertise, Unfocused priorities, Friction, Flexibility, Frustration and Entry barriers. Okay, so we had to get creative with spelling, but you get our point. 

Each element is dissected and the conversation delves into the intricate challenges faced by healthcare organizations, from the struggle to quantify return on investment to the shortage of technical skills among employees.

We also explore:

  • The delicate balance between innovation and practicality in healthcare technology adoption
  • The need for empathetic design and user-centric approaches
  • Strategies for staying informed, from attending conferences to fostering internal dialogue and technological roadmapping

Tune in to "HealthTech Check Up" and gain insights into the challenges and opportunities shaping the future of healthcare from different perspectives!

Watch a clip of Brandon here!

Guest Bio
With over a decade of experience in the Microsoft stack, Brandon is an expert in Systems Architecture, Design and Development. In addition to his technical expertise, Brandon is a "player-coach" with a knack for leading, building and mentoring great teams. Being entrepreneurial, Brandon loves being a part of small teams looking to challenge the status quo and disrupt existing industries. He has been a part of multiple startups in the Healthcare space.
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