The Dedalus Group, one of the first Italian companies in the production of healthcare software production and organization, was the main focus at the Digital Innovation Award in Healthcare of the Polytechnic of Milan, which took place on the 12th of May. The computer module for the management of the University Hospital of Verona, in collaboration with the Dcare Dedalus Group through the solution Dcare Warehouse System, has won the first prize awarded by the Digital Innovation Observatory of Healthcare, which aims to promote the best projects of the Italian healthcare, able to use digital technologies as a lever for innovation and improvement.
The participation in this result represents an important and further recognition for Dedalus, a company with over 1,000 employees including 250 in foreign locations and a turnover over 80 million, which has always focused on innovation and quality of its human resources to make products more capable of making the most efficient health and with less waste.
In this case it is a mobile computing platform that allows to track goods at different stages. This system allows the streamlining of activities for operators, an optimized management of the warehouse, with the decrease of stocks and expired drugs and devices, the ability to track the movements of the trucks and 32 operating rooms, monitoring precisely the flow of stock and allowing the investigation of actual consumption in the operating theater material.
"We are proud of these statement" - said Giorgio Moretti President of Dedalus - "because it underscores our commitment to create and develop software increasingly able to meet the needs of health care companies and hospitals and therefore able to offer better and more efficient services to citizens ".
Founded in 1990 in Florence, Dedalus is a leading provider of healthcare software systems in Italy and a growing international player, with more 250 of its 1,000 employees located abroad. The company provides a fully comprehensive range of software products, services, and solutions covering both primary and secondary care settings. This deep and long-term knowledge of the whole healthcare process allows Dedalus to lead innovative projects in more than 20 countries, helping to shape healthcare models of the future.
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