If you are sure your idea is “short and sweet,” you’ve probably “kept it simple” and included “just the facts.”
But as anyone in the U.S. Healthcare industry knows, few things are simple. From FDA compliance to charting and credentialing, some tasks can seem like Rube Goldberg-contrived chores.
It’s refreshing to know there is still money to be made in keeping things simple as Reuters shows here in an article on Argentine inventor, Jorge Odon. It also shows that innovation can happen in the most unlikely of places, like a garage. A description of Odon’s device was published by the World Health Organization here. Oh, and patents are pending.
So, as health care costs throughout the nation rise and debates about the future of healthcare grow bitter, are there ways that things could be made, well — simple?