The first sprouts of the telemedicine project date back to the mid-900; from there we have been routed along a path of constant growth capable of following the evolution of technological innovation at the same time.
The health emergency that we went through has accelerated the phenomenon of digital healthcare implementation in the national health systems. This crisis has amplified our awareness, directing them towards a greater understanding of how an effective and structured organization, aimed at promoting digital medicine, can benefit the entire health sector.
Follow us in this informative path, enriched by insights and science findings, ranging from historiographical topics to innovations and cutting-edge applications in the field of telemedicine.
Italy is among the frontrunners in the race for 5G, which will bring major application changes in the deployment of telemedicine.
Chronic patients are one of the most prominent categories at risk. Here’s how we are dealing with chronic diseases in a pandemic.
Digital health must be a cornerstone of our health system and not a tool only used in emergencies.
The DESI index gives an overview of the level of digitalisation in the EU. Diffusion of telemedicine in Italy: to reach high standards, we still have a long way to go.
Dr Fontanelli offers us the patient’s point of view on hemianopsia (deficiency of the visual field) and telemedicine.
The perfect synergy between technological innovation and prior knowledge: this is what telemedicine represents in Italy.
A window on the digital revolution in health care: the obvious and necessary changes toward which we are being routed.