In our 6th webinar of the ODIN Hospitals of the future 360° webinar series we will tackle the topic of The Ubiquitous Hospital. This new webinar edition is going to be led by the Hospital Clínico San Carlos (SERMAS) and will be dealing with two examples of how to change the traditional system of a closed Hospital for a Hospital with open doors, without walls, with a preventive and integrating approach through coordinated actions and being able to treat the patient wherever he is, always supported by new technologies. The session will take place on 27th May 2022 from 1pm to 2pm (CEST).
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The session in a nutshell: The Ubiquitous Hospital
We are pleased to announce the participation of the following panelists, who will introduce two initiatives operating at the Hospital Clinico San Carlos by using the ubiquitous hospital approach.
Christian Bengoa, will talk about the CARDIORED project, which he coordinates and is a network of care for cardiological patients that has been formed between 4 hospitals in Madrid with SERMAS building the reference centre. Here, the patient receives the services that are needed based on their state of health regardless of the hospital where the initial service was given.. In other words, the patient is not “attached” to a specific hospital but is part of a network in which he will use services from various hospitals indistinctly depending on his state of health. This new model of care for cardiology patients is expected to be extended little by little to the rest of the hospitals in the Community of Madrid.
Arantza Álvarez de Arcaya, the director of the division of Hospital Medicine within the Hospital Clínico San Carlos will talk about how new technologies are helping patients recover quickly by facilitating home care. The hospitalist is the general practitioner who is specialized in the care of hospitalized patients incorporating a more humanistic orientation. S/he provides personalized assistance, collaborates with patients and with all the professionals involved in patient care, and coordinates the care in order to meet each patient’s needs in the right place and time.