At Siemens Healthineers Future Summit the future healthcare challenges

(ANSA) – MILAN, MAY 13 – Addressing and supporting the transformation underway in healthcare with the latest generation technologies to improve the quality of services and respond to the constant growth in health demand. And this in order to respond to the criticalities of hospital systems, from the lack of staff, to the progressive aging of technological capital, from the difficulty of finding materials within deadlines, up to the need to respond to increasingly stringent quality standards. This is one of the objectives indicated in the ‘Siemens Healthineers Future Summit – The new frontiers of healthcare’, a five-stage journey across the country, which started this afternoon from Milan. The conference addressed the issue of supporting the digital revolution in healthcare with investments for the creation of technological platforms and skills that extend care outside healthcare facilities. A path that, as was explained in the conference, must be activated through a careful use of the resources made available by the NRP. “To build sustainable healthcare it is necessary to define new models of assistance and service delivery that place the patient at the center and play an active role in managing their own health”, said Roberta Busticchi President and CEO of Siemens Healthineers. “The other variable in the equation is investments in the technologies of the future and in digitalization that can allow for a holistic, efficient and sustainable management of the patient”.

Within the conference, one of the responses indicated for redesigning local healthcare are telemedicine services, which would help reduce the current geographic gaps, improve the care experience for patients, and make regional health systems more efficient. (HANDLE).

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