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We're driving the transformation of the sector with a focus on accessibility and the digital patient experience
The healthcare sector is immersed in a period of major technological change that is accelerating the process of transformation and adoption of new technologies. The economic and social situation means that we have to face major challenges promptly in order to ensure the sustainability of the sector. Among these challenges includes some with great relevance, such as an increasingly ageing population, chronic diseases, ICT knowledge among professionals and patients in the sector, and the adaptation of the service to the new habits of the digital user.
In this new situation resulting from Covid-19, a new medicine emerges that takes the user as a reference to build a model based on the 7Ps: Preventive, Proactive, Participatory, Predictive, Personalised, Pleasant, Precise. Moreover, the economic sustainability of the system has been called into question, as well as the very practice of medicine in fields with a clear added difficulty such as psychiatry. Areas to be addressed through this new model.
We reshape traditional service delivery models to meet the challenges of the future of healthcare, caring for everyone's health through technology.
Challenges of the sector
End-to-end patient management
Improved remote patient management
Technology adoption (Big data, prediction tools, robotics, IoT)
Digital Transformation. Innovation focused on a digital approach to the patient
Specialised portals and apps
Video-consultation, telemedicine and monitoring
Medication supply optimisation
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