Covid, we live the flop of twentieth-century anti-digital health care

The hospital-centric model, the organisational form of family medicine, the lack of multidisciplinarity in the CTS, the lack of self-criticism and planning of the NHS after the first lockdown, the emphasis on televisits and not on active remote surveillance: these are the mistakes that are costing us dearly and how to remedy them.

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Perfection or nothing: the attitude that holds back innovation

Even in crisis or emergency situations, such as the one we are experiencing for Covid-19, the habit of rejecting everything that is not 100% effective is not lost, emphasizing its limits and possible problems.

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During the truce of Covid-19 we have not sufficiently enhanced the “digital weapons”

Source: The Lancet Digital – Applications of digital technology in COVID-19 pandemic planning and response

After the long emergency we all took a breath and imagined that the worst was over. Unfortunately, this is not the case and we risk paying dearly for this choice.

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