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FACILITIES MANAGEMENT


virus in some cases and certainly it would have been able to have greater continuity in the relationship between doctor and patient, with obvious advantages, especially from a social and psychological point of view. The use of telemedicine, on the other


hand, still appears marginal both due to the cultural reluctance of potential patients and due to the digital divide between generations and regions. Computer literacy for the population groups less accustomed to the ‘new’ tools and intangible infrastructure appear, therefore, a necessary prerequisite for increasing trust and acceptance towards these types of tools. Emergency rooms must have pre- triage and ‘diagnostic’ waiting areas to be able to separate those infected or presumed-infected, from other patients.


Transforming a problem into opportunity SIAIS (Italian Society for Architecture and Engineering for Healthcare), which brings together engineers, architects, surveyors, experts from the technical areas of health and hospital companies and technical professionals working in the field of health, has witnessed the work that everyone has done in support of health personnel trying to share the solutions


Ward at Hospital-University Authority of Bologna – Sant’Orsola Polyclinic.


proposed in the different situations and scenarios, not only in Italy, but worldwide. With the aim of sharing the


experiences faced by Italian healthcare technicians to deal with the COVID-19 emergency and to transform a problem into an opportunity as well as to seize the


opportunity to improve healthcare facilities in the future, SIAIS has held a series of ‘COVID Emergency – 19: Architecture and Engineering for Health in the Age of Coronavirus’ technical and scientific webinars. More information can be found at www.siais.it.


IFHE


IFHEDigest Providing insights into the vast field of healthcare engineering and facility management 20 IFHE DIGEST 2021


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