The impact of the coronavirus crisis has led to major changes in healthcare. One of the biggest has been the impetus for the development of digital medicine. Video consultations with patients through mobile phones or tablets, monitoring of chronic patients, application development and online appointment, savings in travel, reduction of waiting times or incorporation of these novelties in health insurance.
They are just some of the new digital tools that have been created in this time and that have come to stay. Telemedicine and the digital hospital represent a differential leap in the care of patients and in the treatment of their illnesses. They are also an opportunity to advance in solutions that will improve their care, since one of their main foundations is to put the person at the center.
These and other issues related to how the way customers want to manage their health has changed will be addressed in the virtual meeting Salud que suma, organized by Sanitas, BBVA and Five days and that will be held tomorrow, Wednesday.
The participants in it will be Eugenio Yurrita, CEO of BBVA Seguros; Javier Ibáñez, general director of Sanitas Seguros and Dr. César Morcillo, head of the internal medicine service at the CIMA hospital in Barcelona. The talk will be moderated by Marta González Novo, director of the Hoy por Hoy Madrid program of Cadena SER.
People who wish to follow the event live can do so by registering on the following page, https://www.eventosprisanoticias.com/ES/saludquesuma. They also have the opportunity to follow it through the CincoDías website, //cincodias.elpais.com/.