A new web app, designed by doctors to help hospitals deal with coronavirus cases, can monitor more than 1,000 Covid-19 patients in Ireland after being developed in just 10 days.
Phase two of Covid-19 will see a resumption of non-urgent medical activities that have been postponed due to the emergency and in order not to increase the spread of the infection within health care facilities – (Article published in AboutPharma May 2020).
A minimum reference model for the management of COVID-19 patients.
Digital innovation can play a key role in managing phases two and three of the Coronavirus. Let’s see the main areas of application.
The University of Cambridge has launched research into the diagnosis of Coronavirus through coughing and voice.
The “Italian way” to the tracking of movements and contacts seems to have to reconcile respect for privacy and self-determination of people. Is it really possible to conciliate all these aspects? Continue reading
I have the feeling that, once again, we are relying on technology to make up for the lost time and make up for the mistakes and inertia of the past. Continue reading
Social distancing is the public health strategy that many states have adopted to combat the Covid-19 pandemic. To help health authorities measure compliance with these measures, Google has decided to provide community mobility reports.
Many information systems, in particular territorial ones, are designed to perform administrative tasks and to generate mandatory data flows. Continue reading
In emergency management creativity can be a resource, but it can easily become another problem to manage. Continue reading