At a time of rapid change, many systems have been faced with the urgent need to transform their business models. While some initiatives tend to take their current models and transform them to a digital platform, many others are creating initiatives that put more power and information into the hands of the individuals they are here to serve.
Medivizor is one of them. By educating, informing and empowering the patient or caregiver with the latest medical science personally relevant to their specific medical circumstance affording them the peace of mind that they will know of new clinically relevant information without the need to spend endless amount of time seeking it themselves.
There must have been an experience at some time of your life that led you down the path to do what you do. Could you expand on that?
In the simplest terms, how do you describe the benefit of your initiative and the solution you offer?
We educate, inform, and empower the patient or caregiver with the latest medical science personally relevant to their specific medical circumstance affording them the peace of mind that they will know of new clinically relevant information without the need to spend endless amount of time seeking it themselves. Another way to look at this: one might think of Medivizor as a trusted friend or relative that happens to be a research scientist looking out just for you – seeking and continuously reviewing all new discoveries to see if they can help improve your situation.
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While there are many initiatives in your sector, what do you believe separates you from the others?
Healthcare has so much opportunity for technology, in general, and software in particular. We’re really just at the tip of the iceberg. Everywhere you look there are inefficiencies and real problems. From preventing medical errors to finding funding resources for care to choosing one’s medical team and treatment path. And there are hundreds more. I’m actually very excited to see so much innovation and so many entrepreneurs directing their attention to health. It gives me hope that the problems we aren’t addressing with Medivizor will be addressed sooner rather than later. I’m not particularly concerned about what everybody else is doing, because the field is so wide that nobody is really tackling what we are. In fact, to best of my knowledge, if someone wants to remain abreast of all the latest developments personally relevant to them, I’m unaware of any other service that provides what we do today.
About Tal Givoly, CEO and Co-Founder of Medivizor.
Tal Givoly, CEO & Co-Founder of Medivizor, has over 25 years of product development experience holding leadership positions in technology, innovation, research and development, with a proven track record in “realizing visions” in startups and other corporations. Before Medivizor, Tal was Chief Scientist at Amdocs (NYSE: DOX) and led innovation activities across the company including heading up Amdocs’ technology incubation unit and open innovation programs (2004-2011). Tal is a prolific inventor with over 25 granted patents and many more pending. He is recognized for his passion for, and expertise in, innovation, being invited to speak at major industry events such as Stanford Medicine X, Digital Health Summit, CE Week, Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Mobile World Congress and CTIA. He was also actively involved in industry forums and standard bodies including the TM Forum, IETF, ATIS, and IPDR. org. Tal was a director on the board of IDPR and TM Forum. He holds a Dual B.Sc. Cum Laude in Mathematics and Physics from Tel Aviv University.