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AIIC conference presents Social Manifesto on healthcare

AIIC conference presents Social Manifesto on healthcare

Association launches document with Cittadinanzattiva

FLORENCE, 12 May 2023, 16:00

Redazione ANSA




The Italian Association of Clinical Engineers (AIIC) on Friday launched a Social Manifesto at its 23rd national conference underway in Florence to promote the implementation of technological innovation to guarantee the right to health as enshrined by the Constitution, targeted investments for the benefit of all, the use of healthcare technologies as a tool for proximity healthcare and a review of training for healthcare workers using new technologies.
    The Manifesto, titled 'Technologies as a Social Challenge: 8 Goals for Technologically Advanced Healthcare', is the result of a collaboration with Cittadinanzattiva and aims to draw the country's attention to the challenges that need to be addressed for balanced, timely and useful system development.
    "We have worked together in order to bring together the sensitivity of professionals in the field with that of civic activism," commented Stefano Bergamasco and Giovanni Guizzetti, who led the AIIC team that worked on the Manifesto. "We felt it was necessary to offer a concrete perspective for work following our 2023 conference, a perspective of clear commitments that might be a platform for socio-political engagement for all those who care about the real implementation of technologies to serve health needs." Elio Rosati, Cittadinanzattiva Lazio coordinator who oversaw the creation of the Manifesto, explains that the association has "long been present on the issue of healthcare technologies and the digitization of healthcare, and we are convinced that we are facing a pivotal moment: a correct and 'social' implementation and diffusion of technological innovation can make the difference and allow even today's less performing territories to offer healthcare services of the highest quality. But for this to happen, the eight points contained in the Manifesto, which in our opinion are the indispensable steps to achieve a new Italian healthcare, must be implemented".
    For AIIC President Umberto Nocco, these are "inalienable steps that we intend to take together, including also in the immediate future, because the messages that have been launched by our conference are intended to remain over time, creating positive action at the level of central and regional institutions, representatives of the professions and the whole of healthcare."


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