The health publication New Medical Economics, through the votes of the Editorial Board and its readers, has given Ribera Salud the award for the ‘Best Project in Digital Health’. Last week we were in Madrid to receive the award and I must confess that this recognition particularly excites me because it highlights our group’s firm commitment to the digital transformation in the provision of health care.
We have all heard of Agatha Christie (1890–1976). This British writer, specialist in detective novels, achieved major international success and even set a Guinness World Record as the best-selling novelist of all time. A pioneer in the detective genre, she has been copied and plagiarised: yes, it happened to her work, too, though no copy has ever achieved the success of the original.READ MORE
Health systems around the world must face major global challenges like an aging population, chronic diseases, the evolution of technology, and the introduction of new medicines. While it is true that we are still in the beginning stages of defining a strategy to address these challenges, many countries are fortunately already working ‘side by side’, participating in reforms as a way to tackle these issues with an innovative and disruptive approach.
An estimator from Harvard was asked: what is the most difficult thing to organise? To which he replied: there are three things that are very difficult to organise: a university, an orchestra and a hospital. The interview with Dr. Bartolome Beltrán, which took place last week on La Sexta Television, began with this visual anecdote about the main characteristic they share, all of them being multidisciplinary.READ MORE
I recently read that in 2022, however incredible it may seem, we will be given more fake news than true. In fact, various media outlets and even Twitter and Facebook are working on how to solve this problem and ensure that the quality of journalistic information is the fundamental pillar of a mature, democratic society.READ MORE