ALERT caused a stir at Salute@Venezia
26 October 2009
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Salute@Venezia, a health and innovation marathon, ended yesterday. This event took place at Angelo di Mestre Hospital, in Italy, and was sponsored by the Italian Ministry of Labor, Health and Social Politics. Over 2 000 visitors attended the three day event, including politicians, technicians, physicians and healthcare unit directors from all over the country. The exhibition area welcomed over 50 companies.

The main aim of the organizers of Salute@Venezia was to find technological solutions that can improve patient care, whilst keeping costs down and providing digital data to everyone involved in the process.

During this event, ALERT's booth was visited by IT technicians and physicians, who had the opportunity to watch ALERT®'s workflow. Again, the product's interface impressed the visitors in general. Also, the possibility of working with touchscreen technology was considered as being crucial when reducing task performance time. ALERT®'s grids and the way the information is set up in the product were also complimented.

Among other professionals, ALERT's booth was visited by Professor Mario Dal Co', personal adviser to the Minister for Technological Innovation, who watched a demo on ALERT®.

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