Parc Taulí opens the public tender for Feeding Care, an innovative solution towards the support of milk management in hospitals
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Until the 29th of January, The Consorci Corporació Sanitaria Parc Taulí is launching a public tender to incorporate innovative technology towards the support of milk management in hospitals.
The contract is estimated at € 277.460,58 (no VAT) and is co-financed by ERDF funds. During the next days is expected to receive the proposals of the interested parties. These proposals will have to take into account the following criteria:
- Provide hospital staff with an innovative integrative solution for milk feeding in the hospital
- Enhance the quality of the procedures carried out on the Lactancy Unit
- Enhance the milk quality by avoiding milk degradation
- Promote the participation of families in the process
- Scalable to other hospitals
These are some of the most relevant criteria but it is necessary to read carefully the technical file before presenting any proposal.
See all the documentation of the project and where to apply in the following link. For any doubt about the tender please contact (spanish) email@example.com
Deadline 29th of January
Feeding Care is a project aiming to design and implement a new intelligent system to manage the feeding of expressed breast milk, donor human milk, and formula milk in the healthcare facilities.
Precision is a key issue when treating with children nutrition, especially for premature babies. Nowadays, neonatology hospital facilities have to deal with a high variability associated with the milk management process, and thus, they have to consider several variables affecting the quality of both milk and assistance.Time and temperature are key factors that need to be traceable, as they can promote milk degradation, thus directly affecting on children’s health. This system will also implement a support guide to healthcare professionals in order to ensure quality and security.
This project aims to make use of several technologies in the market in order to improve traceability of the variables and processes affecting milk quality. Our goal is to develop a new solution that will integrate several devices in order to get the best control of the milk feeding process in hospital.
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