The IDIS2GO Pilot Project in Brazil held in Irati (Paraná, Brasil) reached the final stage after more than 100 days being tested by several Health Units in the city.
The telehealth medical diagnostic system IDIS2GO received very positive considerations from the Mayor, Secretary of Heath, nurses, and others involved.
There were more than 2,000 examinations carried out by Primary Health Care (PHC) attendants, facilitating the operationalization and screening of the patients for proper care and referrals.
Now the company will do the reports and considerations of Irati City Hall teams to certify the capacity and functionality of the IDIS2GO system.
“We are very happy with the considerations of Irati’s Medical Authorities and all the Teams involved in the Project, because it became very clear to everyone the efficiency and practicality of the IDIS2GO System”, says João Alexandre Góes, Director of MONDRY TECNOLOGIES, Representative of the Austrian Company in Southern Brazil.
The IDIS2GO System, which has modern technology of remote medical diagnostics, will be of great importance to the Brazilian Health System. Through the local exams, IDIS2GO brings the patient closer to the medical care that may be distant, usually in the headquarters of the main cities.
The city has more than 60,000 inhabitants, is located about 150 km from the state of Paraná, and most of its population lives in the countryside.
The Pilot Project was made official on August 19, 2020 and closed on December 10 of the same year.
- Mr. JORGE DERBLI — Mayor of Irati;
- DRA. JUSSARA A. KUBLINSKI HASSEN — Secretary of Health;
- Mr. JOÃO ANTONIO DE ALMEIDA JUNIOR — Planning Secretary.
- Mr. AGOSTINHO BASSO — Chief Nurse in Irati.
Also participated the Doctors and Responsible for the Attendances
in the City and Interior Stations.
- MR. JOÃO ALEXANDRE DE GÓES, MRS. V NIA LESKOW VIEIRA and MR. SERGIO J. MACIURA — Mondry Technologies.