An approach for overseeing, monitoring, and managing the path of care of people in the different places of daily life

Implementing places of healthcare – with excellent quality and sustainable costs – that serve as a filter between urgency (real or presumed), i.e. hospital admission, and the evaluation and immediate management of the problem on site, means implementing prevention and well-being, consequently enabling more effective management of economic resources.


Because increasing health education and care means becoming a facility of the neighbourhood and the local territory that is essential for everyone.

Companies with remote site management

Because being able to monitor medical situations and problems and intervene on site means avoiding unnecessary transfers and optimising resources.

Cruise ships

Because offering a place of care means enhancing your guests’ well-being and optimising resources.

Insurance companies

Because having a complete picture of the clinical history of the insured persons, especially in a business setting, means being able to evaluate and propose products and services in a more effective way.

Company welfare

Because developing packages of healthcare services means responding to the needs of employees “reconciling private and professional life”, enhancing the well-being of people, increasing company productivity, and benefitting from tax relief.

Tourist resorts

Because establishing an outpatient facility means investing in and enhancing your services and optimising resources.

  • First level of care on site
  • Reduction of admissions to emergency departments or specialised facilities.
  • Reduction of helicopter transports to hospital (only for serious cases)
  • Prevention and management of acute cases (not serious)
  • Development of prevention plans for employees (check-up)
  • Monitoring of chronic and post-operative situations (on site or in the home)
  • Second opinions where requested