In the last few years, it has been more and more important to put the patient at the center of the healthcare system, as we have already seen in articles like “What is 5P Medicine and how can Big Data help make it a reality?”. This new focus goes beyond improving the patient’s health, as it seeks to positively impact his or her quality of life and experience during the healthcare process.
Successful launch of the Spanish Registry of Maternal and Perinatal Morbidity and Mortality, developed with Persei vivarium technology
On January 1 of 2022, the Spanish Registry of Maternal and Perinatal Morbidity and Mortality was implemented, using technology from our company, Persei vivarium. The registry was developed by Professor Dr. Óscar Martínez, and by Dr. Alberto Puertas Prieto, lead investigator of the Registry.
Our company, Persei vivarium, has obtained B-Corp certification, meeting the highest standards of social commitment
After a rigorous evaluation, our company has obtained B-Corp certification. This certification attests to the social performance of the organization, and makes us one of the more than 150 businesses in Spain with this seal. B-Corp certification is the most prestigious global standard that recognizes companies with positive impact.
The Care Connect project helps to improve health outcomes in patients with Type 1 diabetes in Extremadura, using the Caaring® digital platform
The “Care Connect” project was launched in mid-2021 in Extremadura. It is a pioneering program in Spain for comprehensive care for patients with Type 1 diabetes, and is aimed at optimizing the healthcare process and improving health outcomes in patients using insulin pumps.
It may seem like healthcare organizations are constantly developing and launching new products into the market, with the goal of meeting new needs and/or treating other diseases that had not been treated previously. Although that may be, in many other cases these companies are focused on implementing modifications to already-existing products.
As we mentioned in previous articles, the life expectancy in developed countries continues to rise, reaching an average of 81 years in Europe, according to 2019 data from the Spanish National Statistics Institute. However, this increase in life expectancy is accompanied by an increase in chronic diseases, with the burden on the healthcare system that this implies.