Technology and Connectivity Could Revolutionize Health in Brazil

Although it is quite efficient, the Brazilian National Health System (SUS) is overwhelmed, and unable to quickly meet all the demands. For instance, in the city of São Paulo alone there are over 150,000 elective surgeries on waiting lists.

By Eduardo Cerqueira, CIO & co-founder of Vidia

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The digital transformation process has grown tremendously in recent months. All sectors have closely witnessed the need to go digital.

With healthcare it was no different, because at a time when we took greater care, companies and institutions created and reinvented their strategies to address the population's new reality in an extreme pandemic scenario.

The public health crisis puts pressure on the Brazilian National Health System (SUS). Although it is quite efficient, SUS is overwhelmed, and unable to quickly meet all the demands. For instance, in . . .

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