First of all, congratulations on your new position, Parag.
To be frank, when we first came to know the news, we validated it through Twitter itself.
(That’s how much we trust Twitter!)
Apart from Twitter, we also have full faith in Indian tech enthusiasts, just like Elon Musk!
In fact, our CEO – Parth Patel – is also an Indian origin who serves the North American healthcare industry with his healthcare IT knowledge and passion.
Anyway Parag, we’re into healthcare and so, we will only talk about healthcare.
We have few questions for you Parag that could possibly affect 7.8 billion people
Twitter is unlike any other. Authenticity and transparency are Twitter’s two most important pillars.
But that is what the global healthcare system lacks.
People always struggle to find authentic healthcare information online and they are never able to know what’s happening behind their back in big hospitals and government-funded programs.
So, our first question to you Parag is, how Twitter can make healthcare a place for all where they can trust what they are reading, listing and watching.
And more importantly, how can Twitter convey the right healthcare information to the right people at the right time which they’ve so far strived to know but could not able to.
Moving on, Twitter did a great job sharing local information regarding COVID-19 and vaccination.
People also leveraged it to find help nearby when our healthcare system collapsed.
However, as healthcare IT professionals, we identified the loophole in Twitter.
It somehow lacked that clinical approach and failed to provide easily accessible & authentic clinical information.
We know Twitter is not a healthcare platform.
But since it is the first choice of people when it comes to finding validated information without spending much time, it must address clinical things as well!
So, our question to you Parag is will you ever consider making Twitter a little bit more focused on healthcare and wellness as it directly affects all 7.8 billion people in the world.
On this note, we would like to share a statement given by former US Senator Russ Feingold, “Healthcare for all Americans is the most pressing domestic issue today. It’s far past time for the President and Congress to deliver care to every American.”
Hey Parag, we know that you know Twitter better than us. But we would love to see its healthcare version working on these core Twitter ideologies
Twitter is unique in its own way.
And it recently became more popular than ever, especially after the Facebook crackdown. It addresses exactly what people are expecting from a social media platform.
The following are the top 2 Twitter’s core ideologies which we would love to see if you’re planning to build Twitter for healthcare.
Excuse us Parag! This is for our readers who haven’t yet understood the idea of Twitter for healthcare
Okay, readers, let’s have a talk, finally.
We already shared what is missing in healthcare and what Twitter owns uniquely.
So, when you connect these two dots, you can see the potential in the idea of Twitter for healthcare.
The idea is entirely formed on the two core features, rather say ideologies, of Twitter which we just shared.
Putting it all together, the following are the top 3 use cases of Twitter’s healthcare version.
We would never have spent time writing this if we did not know how to build this!
Who are we?: We’re healthcare IT experts.
What we do?: We breathe healthcare ideas and execute the same.
Why does it matter to you?: You own an F1 car, we know how to build a track where you enjoy driving it and racing and making money out of it!
In case you are wondering, this is the track we follow to build your track to glory and beyond: