Inclusive innovation: the direction for which the future of cities and health passes

Inclusive innovation. This is the direction for which the future of cities and health passes. He is convinced of it Barry Greene , president of Alnylam , biotech, founded in 2002, involved in the translation of RNA interference (RNAi) into a new class of innovative drugs for patients with limited or inadequate therapeutic options. President, … Read more

Conducting examinations: training to have accurate reports

To get accurate telemedicine investing in a training for exams with the professionals responsible for this service in the clinic. Telemedicine is an important strategy for optimizing the process of issuing reports – done remotely -, reducing costs and improving patient care. In addition, this technology also provides greater accuracy and agility in delivering reports, … Read more

Humanized service: how can technology help?

The debate about humanized care has gained increasing strength as technology is implemented in the health area. The use of standardized and automated technical procedures, in addition to larger and more complex hospital structures, contributes to the idea that innovations make the physician-patient relationship colder and more objective. But is not it just the opposite? … Read more

What is eHealth?

Digital transformation has come to power and the use of technology continues to make strides in this area. The innovations in the different segments are so many that it was necessary to create a specific term to group them: it is the eHealth or “digital health,” a world-wide concept that addresses digital tools and solutions … Read more