This week has been full of hard work, as we are having more time, day by day, week by week, to solely focus in our business project. Every little step we take towards it unfolds a vast field of questions, known unknowns and unknown unknowns. We have hypothesis everywhere, that only can be proved or refuted through a conscious effort in testing, failing and learning from it.
But we are willing to get our hands dirty, and let the market or the stakeholders tell us how wrong or right we are, pursuing this road less traveled by.
As we advanced last week, our students met with the Reference Group, as they presented the needs they are working with, as well as their plans, objectives and resources. They did an excellent job and we are very proud of them, just don’t tell them, there is a lot of work ahead yet.
We also had the opportunity to openly discuss with the Group the Clinical Report we have been compiling, in order to get feedback. As we were wishing, we clashed in some of our proposals and laudations in some other… but looking at the overall feeling, it seems that the were pleased with our work. Let us hope it really makes a difference and eases the path for future collaborations with Danderyds Sjukhus.
Speaking about getting our hands dirty, that can sometimes mean meetings and fika, at least here in Stockholm, where we were kindly invited to learn about HIP SDK, an innovation framework that enables access to data in Swedish healthcare.
We got a very interesting insight about how Sweden in pioneer in access to medical data and how could we work with that in our future projects.
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José (Team Infection)