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In recent years, the limitations of legacy healthcare systems for both humans and pets have been exposed, revealing their inability to effectively address the diverse needs and expectations of people and pet owners worldwide. While the global pandemic served as a catalyst, these healthcare systems have struggled with systemic inefficiencies long before the crisis. Two central issues define the problem: inadequate physical infrastructure and an outdated data management model.
First, the current physical infrastructure of legacy healthcare systems often fails to serve the largest possible number of patients and pets, particularly in developing countries. In these regions, it remains a challenge for individuals and pet owners to access treatment facilities promptly or even at all. Second, the legacy healthcare system relies on an outdated data management model, characterized by bottlenecks, blackboxes, and data mismanagement. The critical role data plays in healthcare cannot be overstated; mishandled or mismanaged data can lead to misdiagnoses, negatively impacting treatment outcomes for both humans and pets.
Now that the pandemic is under control, DEVITA has pivoted its business model to address these issues more effectively, with a focus on both human and pet healthcare. As a trailblazer in the industry, DEVITA aims to provide economically sustainable solutions to these challenges. Our innovative approach encompasses data sovereignty, data privacy, individual data ownership, and the integration of AI chatbot technology for care and support of both humans and their pets.
As we move forward, DEVITA is committed to revolutionizing healthcare by offering comprehensive solutions that bridge gaps in physical infrastructure, leverage cutting-edge technology, and prioritize data management. By doing so, we strive to create a more inclusive and healthier world for people and their pets, with data sovereignty, data privacy, and individual data ownership at the core of our mission.