Health Domani, a major joint project to promote health in the 21st century, is underway

The first meeting is Wednesday, April 13, at 6:00 p.m., with the “Digital Skills” table, followed on April 20, at 6:00 p.m., with the “Data and Artificial Intelligence” table and on April 28, at 5:00 p.m., with the “Fragility. The home as the first place of care, Telemedicine”.

Overcoming fragmentation and creating communities. These are the two principles on which to base our health in the 21st century.

Immersed in a culture of specialization and separation of knowledge, territories, individuals, we have lost sight of the unity and complexity of being in relation. And then the public versus the private, the hospital versus the territory, the State versus the Regions, the general practitioner versus the specialists, the exact sciences versus the human sciences, the body versus the mind, the citizen versus the patient. Belongings that are more and more rigid and defensive, individuals that are more and more fragmented. But the turn of the new century tells us that is not the case. The challenges are global, the destiny is common. We need to rethink the cultural values ​​and infrastructures on which to base our societies and our health.

The program NextGenerationEU and Italy’s recovery plan, the PNRR, provide the opportunity to rethink the system and work together towards a common goal. But we will have to get out of small gardens and inertia.

It is with this intention that we give life to the project health tomorrow: a space and a method to collaborate, generate new ideas, synthesize, implement. Beyond fragmentation, with a spirit of community and collective responsibility.

New organizational models, territorial development, community enhancement. We start from these axes to draw our space of action around three work tables:

  1. Healthtomorrow Digital skills
  2. Healthtomorrow Data and artificial intelligence
  3. Healthtomorrow Frailty and telemedicine

We also gave ourselves some time. Two meetings for each table, the first meeting at April and the second one maythen a great moment of synthesis in common, a June Julyto present proposals to the institutions and plan their implementation.

health tomorrowa project open to anyone who wants to be part of it.

First signatories:

  • Felicia PelagalliCulture
  • Luciano FloridiUniversity of Oxford and University of Bologna
  • Bishop Vincenzo PagliaPontifical Academy for Life
  • Mauro MagattiCatholic University of Milan
  • Maria Carla GilardiUniversity of Milan Bicocca
  • Annalisa MandorinoCittadinanzattiva Association
  • Rossella MuroniDeputy of the Republic
  • Barbara CaputoPolytechnic of Turin
  • Anna Laura OrricoDeputy of the Republic
  • Teresa GamucciUOC Oncology Asl RM 2
  • Andrea LenziCNBBSV Presidency of the Council Sandra Zampaformer undersecretary of health Federico CabitzaUniversity of Milan Bicocca Giuliano Castigliego, Uma.na.mente
  • Marco BentivogliItaly database
  • Angela IanaroDeputy of the Republic Antonio PalmieriDeputy of the Republic Francesca FedeliFight Stroke
  • Rocco Rago, UOC Physiop. Reproduction RM Asl 2 Enza Bruno BossioDeputy of the Republic Sergio PillonAsl Frosinone
  • Giorgio BellyUniversity of Naples Federico II

The first meeting on Wednesday April 13at 6 p.m., with the “Digital Skills” Table, followed by the April 20at 6:00 p.m., with the table “Data and Artificial Intelligence and the April 28, at 5 p.m., with the “Fragility. The home as the first place of care, telemedicine”.

The three Tables will start from a question and a proposal: “Where are we at with innovation in the health ecosystem in relation to the themes, objectives and tools of the PNRR? Let’s try to make a summary table together and move on systemic proposals?”

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