We are in the year 2024, where artificial intelligence is revolutionizing the virtual world, and at the same time, in our hospitals in Quebec, employees are having difficulty doing their work properly for what reason? Because there is a shortage of ink rolls that affect the titles.
Listen to Dr. Joseph Dahin, intensive care specialist at Cité-de-la-Santé Hospital, and react to this story.
It's journalist Thomas Gerbet, from Radio Canadawho released this amazing news today.
“It is one problem among many others, that is, working with somewhat outdated technologies in terms of working tools for health network workers,” explained Dr. Joseph Dahin. Because in terms of technology for treating patients, everything a patient needs for diagnosis, imaging, laboratory and therapeutic methods, we are at the forefront of technology in Quebec. We have nothing to envy other health systems.
“But for work tools, we work with Excel and then we work with gloves. We prescribe medication by hand and have difficulty reading the doctor's writings. Then we have pagers, then we have fax…”
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