The Associazione Farmaceutici dell’Industria (Afi) presented the ‘My e-Leaflet’ project which was developed with key stakeholders from the Italian healthcare community, including patient associations, healthcare professionals and practitioners.Continue reading
Telemedicine, in order to evolve, must be integrated into the National Health Service
The keyword of any project must be interoperability: technological, organisational and clinical.
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.
WHO publishes a guide on how to integrate digital interventions into health programmes
The guide complements the WHO guideline with recommendations on digital interventions for health system strengthening.
During the truce of Covid-19 we have not sufficiently enhanced the “digital weapons”
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.
Germany invests 3 billion euros for emergency, digitization and IT security
German Health Minister Jens Spahn has announced an extraordinary investment plan for health care.
How to develop a “medicine by- design” information system
In the design of an information system “medicine by-design” it is necessary to widen the focus on the data by associating new dimensions.
Lesson learned from Coronavirus: five issues on digital health
The unprecedented crisis caused by the pandemic has triggered an acceleration of the spread of new digital tools.
The future becoming the present
With the technologies already available, it is possible to redesign the care and treatment network, leaving behind the paradigm on which today’s healthcare is based. Continue reading
The Royal Wolverhampton Trust and Babylon together to create the first integrated digital healthcare system
The ten-year agreement defines a partnership to develop a new “Digital-First Integrated Care” healthcare assistance model for 300,000 people throughout Wolverhampton and surrounding areas. Continue reading