Medical review started as a research project in the evaluation comparison of basic healthcare services provided by a number of European countries. It was found that South Africa lacked a dedicated national health information infrastructure that could easily be established using a free to access information repository to the public on day to day health issues.
Timeline of progress
Open sourced healthcare information portals utilised to meet the establishment objective of the project which included the development of a submission guideline for public health information.
Medical industry professionals and industry experts were invited to contribute index categories and naming conventions for the public health directory structure.
The scope of the project expanded then to enable the vetting of translated content from medical professionals from around the world that began contributing toward the South African index.
Outreach to South African medical professionals for subject specific contributions and vetting tasks established in an running process.
Invitation for local industry private company submitted contributions started vetting tasks established in an running process.