Almost one and a half years have passed since we obtained B Corp certification, which recognizes the performance, commitment, and social and environmental responsibility of corporations in their business and actions. During this period, we have noted the important role played by organizations that make up the B Movement.
As we have seen before, Real-World Data (RWD) are increasingly valuable in the healthcare environment, as they provide evidence about diseases and treatments in a real-world context, helping to advance research, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases. As a result, these kinds of data are becoming a requirement for all the participants in the healthcare system.
Medical management has experienced a surprising transformation, thanks to the increase in Digital Health platforms. These are enabling research, more personalized care and patient empowerment. These platforms can be grouped into different categories as a function of the use that they make of the information collected and their goals.
Cultural diversity, or multiculturalism, is a system of beliefs and behaviors that recognizes and respects the presence of all diverse groups in an organization or society. According to Schengen Visa, almost 12% of the Spanish workforce is made up of non-Spanish workers, making Spain a diverse country to work in.
Last Tuesday, May 16th, the B Lab Spain team visited our office. B Lab Spain is the non-profit organization that develops standards, policies, tools, and valuable programs for companies, and represents the B-Corp Movement in Spain, of which we are very proud to be a part. During the visit, we had the opportunity to bring ourselves up to date about the next steps that we want to take as a certified B Corp.
Hospitals are places where technology and medicine are brought together to save lives and improve people’s health. Over the past few years, advances in technology have brought a new era to inpatient medical care: Smart Hospital. These hospitals are equipped with advanced technologies that improve the quality, safety, and efficiency of the care provided.