The future is in clicks not in bricks



The future is in clicks not in bricks

At the 15th digital medicine conference FUTURE IS NOW in Belgrade, where MD Igor Tulevski, cardiologist and one of the founders of the Pulse Cardiology Center and CCN (a specific type of network for data analysis and health service improvement), spoke as one of the lecturers on the topic “The future is in clicks, not in hospital complexes”.

MD Tulevski has presented a new model of the health service which, thanks to digitization and new technologies, will be significantly more efficient, economical, and completely subordinated to the patient.

Telemedicine monitoring reduces the number of unnecessary visits to medical facilities, enables correction of therapy remotely, as well as constant monitoring of the condition of certain groups of patients who need it. In this way, the use of medical resources is optimized, treatment costs are reduced, as well as the time between the onset of symptoms and the start of therapy.

Pulse Cardiology Center constantly improves its service in accordance with the latest technological trends. Thanks to the digitization process, at Pulse the time for administrative procedures has been maximally reduced in order to devote as much time as possible to the patient and his condition.

“We do everything with the desire to improve healthcare and healthcare services. We have created the entire structure and logistics in our Center, organized around the patient’s condition. If, for example, it is chest pain, we have a certain number of parameters that needs to be determined, a diagnostic test, and for that, doctors and staff are needed. All this is uploaded into our system, and when the patient comes, it is known exactly what we are going to do, at what time and when the examinations will be finished,”

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