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by Kazeem Olalekan
CEO Iforg Limited

To say that Iforg Limited cares about heath is an understatement: We are passionate about it. The health care journey is a lifelong one: from cradle to grave. That is why our efforts thus far has been about how best to make a difference in this area. We have made some giant strides but the magnitude of the task ahead means strides will not be enough: Giant Leaps are required but we are constrained at this junction by our famine of financial resources and a general dearth of courage to walk in step. There is a fundamental need to do things differently in our cherished institutions: something akin to creative disruption in general business parlance.

If You Do What You’ve Always Done, You’ll Get What You’ve Always Gotten

– Anthony Robbins

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Technology and Healthcare

by Kazeem Olalekan MRPharmS

The use of technology in healthcare has been at the heart of what Iforg Limited is all about from the very beginning. Our tagline should therefore come as no surprise. At the outset, I have been fascinated by technology. I posted a few years back how I discovered computers when in my final year at the University of Sunderland. The backspace key fascinated me relative to the now, possibly archaic, correction fluid used in typewriters. In 2002 when I was incorporating the business, I was fascinated by the somewhat acrimonious conversations happening in pharmacy, my profession, about whether people should be able to buy medications via online pharmacies. As a young pharmacist then, I was surprised because I could see that many other businesses where embracing this technology. The British Retail Consortium (BRC) reported that this Christmas, online sales of non-food products in the UK grew 19.2% in December versus a year earlier, the highest growth in four years. The online penetration rate achieved 18.6% in December. The key point here is that we must engage constructively with technology if we are to maximise its benefits.

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