Over the last few years, as a result of the pandemic, we have been able to see how the adoption of technology in the healthcare environment has taken off. This was noted in the article “Growth in the use of Digital Health: What expectations do healthcare professionals have for the long term? and was reaffirmed with the “HIMSS Annual European Digital Health Survey 2021“.
As digitalization continues to gain ground, new hospital models are appearing on the scene. These are aimed at responding to the current challenges by means of innovation and new technologies. Within these models they are paying special attention to patient-centered healthcare. Liquid Hospitals stand out among those models. What are they?
It is a fact that therapeutic adherence plays a major role in the health and well-being of a patient with a chronic condition. Given the prevalence of chronic diseases in the developed world, for example diabetes or hypertension, therapeutic compliance is key to ensuring the efficacy of treatment, patient care and improvement.
The Spanish ObsCOVID Registry, implemented with Persei vivarium technology, continues to expand and create scientific understanding about the impact of COVID-19 on pregnant women
It’s been a year and a half since the Spanish ObsCOVID Registry was started to investigate the effects of COVID-19 on the pregnant population. It was promoted by Professor Dr. Óscar Martínez, from the Obstetric and Gynecological Service at the Puerta de Hierro University Hospital..
As we mentioned in our article “Collection of patient data in the outpatient setting: What does it involve and what can it contribute?”, healthcare professionals are increasingly choosing to collect real-life patient data (PROs and PREs) that enable them to add to their clinical data, helping to improve follow-up of diseases, adjust treatments, and improve the healthcare process.
Most of the people in the healthcare industry understand that there is a gap between technology and medicine. There are different challenges that must be overcome to launch a successful Digital Health project: expectations, usability, data security, regulatory compliance, interoperability questions, different programming languages, timing, etc.