Medicine has been undergoing a rapid transformation, under pressure of the COVID pandemic.
Healthcare workers and the healthcare system are overburdened, even in the richest countries of the world, and the poorest and most rural areas are suffering most from unavailable esssential healthcare services. Healthcare is losing trained physicians and nurses, and there is very limited capacity to increase the workforce. Healthcare workers are suffering moral injury and loss, losing their sense of purpose.
HAEW has the capability to fill this gap, by sharing the expertise of physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals, without the limitations of geography, as well as reigniting the passion and purpose in our physicians and clinicians.
Our work is aimed at impacting equitable access to high quality healthcare, in the regions of the
world without a developed healthcare infrastructure.
We aim to fill this healthcare gap with a high-quality telehealth alternative, and build an interconnected global clinician network to provide care anywhere in the world.
Here at HAEW, we want to re-engage with healthcare, collaborating and partnering with global and local health advocates, to recenter the practice of medicine around service to humankind.
A global telehealth platform brings us from a dominant health care model based on patients' going to the doctor's office or the hospital, and introduces the availability of medical care within the patient's home. HAEW is not merely a change of convenience, but the opportunity to democratize and completely revolutionize healthcare delivery.
In our vision of healthcare, in-person healthcare and telehealth care are able to coexist. The strain put on the healthcare system and healthcare workers will be alleviated by the availability of a telehealth platform, resources will be allocated where they are needed most, and physicians and other clinicians will be able to reconnect with the service to humanity that inspired their journey to becoming a medical professional in the first place.