The Public Health Blog is an open space devoted to reflections and proposals about national health services, innovation and digitalisation in the sector, and current public health problems. In line with our company’s mission and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Tech4Care hosts the Public Health Blog and invites public health experts to contribute. The coordination of the Public Health Blog is managed by Claudio M. Maffei, M.D., who has long-term experience as a manager and chief medical director (direttore sanitario) of local health authorities, hospitals and research hospitals in the Marche region (Italy).

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1 December 2021

OCF and CANTE choose ReD!

The management of residential facilities is a complex activity and requires suitable tools for the organization and operation of all business processes.   For their residential facilities, Opere Caritative Francescane in Ancona and Cante di Montevecchio Association in Fano have chosen our “ReD” (Residenza Digitale) solution. ReD is a cloud application allowing to manage the electronic patient dossier and staff organization, easily adapt to the work of every user: operators, administrators and managers of the facility.   If you manage a residential facility and want to know how we can help you exploit the full potential of document and business processes digitization, contact us! We will be happy to know your organization and to help you increase the performance of your facility and improve the assistance

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