“The medication does not arrive.” “I can’t see the doctor.” “Treatment is interrupted.” “They don’t approve of my studies.” “My daughter is turning me off.”
Who has not been hurt by this pandemic? We experience desperation closely with @ MultiplicateX7 on social networks and Casa Justina, which are beginning to operate in Salta and Mendoza. “The medication does not arrive.” “I can’t see the doctor.” “”Treatment is interrupted.” “They don’t approve of my studies.” “My daughter is turning me off.” I lived it. And Justina inspired me, inspired us again, applying my experiences and experiences as an innovator.
We unite NGOs, health professionals, technologists, laboratories, funders; governmental, national and international entities. Because the Justina Law is not being complied with in its entirety, we launched from the Ministry of Justice of the province of Buenos Aires a process manual for those who are in the first line of action: ambulances, police, firefighters, emergentologists, therapists and others .
With the community of value in health we created a platform that unites all health actors to facilitate their path. How? Innovating with technology, talking. Why? Because health professionals, due to the transplant module, are the adjustment variable. This is how we recognize those who give you a new birthday? The intensivists were overwhelmed by the pandemic.
How are you going to start the organ donation process? Prosecutors who give much more than they receive… Are health professionals paid their fair share for the value they add to society? No. Patients and their environments need to have access to information, to their rights.
Do you want to join our “let’s help everyone we can”? Write to us at www.multiplicatex7.org or @multiplicateX7 on Facebook and Instagram.
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Casa Justina started as a campaign (#MultiplicateX7) to raise awareness about the importance of organ donation that broke records and led to a historic number of registered organ donors in Argentina in 2017. After that, their mission now is to make Argentina a leader in organ donation.