Strengthening the crisis response capacity of the COVID-19 launched by the Consortium Corporació Sanitària Parc Taulí (CCSPT)
Catalonia and the member states of the European Union have been affected in a unique way by the consequences caused by the outbreak of COVID-19, which has caused a public health crisis with a huge impact on its economic growth.
The aim of this action is to promote all the necessary measures to face this crisis, contemplating all types of expenses related to the fight against the disease (including among others, expenses in medical equipment, test material, personal protective equipment, installation Reinforcement operations, hiring additional staff, R & D & I actions, ICT equipment and applications, etc.). The contribution of European funds, through the co-financing of expenditure included in this specific objective, will be of vital importance to address the dimensions of the health and socio-economic situation arising from the impact of the pandemic.
This project includes all those reinforcement measures put in place and / or planned in order to face the health crisis caused by COVID-19, and fundamentally those described below: in the face of the challenge posed by COVID and provide quality, efficiency and effectiveness services to the population as a whole, and within this task by providing an integrative, horizontal and patient-centered view of the care activity, it has invested in spice, equipment and monitoring. comprehensive non-invasive critical illness throughout the hospital. These include the acquisition of control tools for the implementation, remote monitoring and alarm control service, so that the patient receives continuous monitoring without the need for the constant presence of the professional. Attention is paid to controlling alarms increasing the ability to respond to advanced detection of the increase in severity. The Hospital has a leadership position in the development and application of diagnostic tools through imaging and early detection and remote monitoring of patients, especially relevant instruments in the typology of patients with high infectious capacity such as patients. covid19.
GRANT: € 2.987.423,35