The magazine Impresa Sanità interviewed Deenova, on how health services companies are supporting the National Health System in this period of emergency. The interview highlights how the management of medication in unit dose is proving to be an important optimization tool for hospital pharmacies.
We understand that current news on the impact and spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) is causing uncertainty among healthcare professionals and patients in general. It is essential for us to put safety for our employees as a priority but also to give you, our customers, the guarantee of the continuity of our service.
Libertà, the reference newspaper for the Province of Piacenza, interviewed some companies to document how the Covid-19 epidemic affected their organization. It was an opportunity for us, to thank our employees for their work in such difficult times, and to highlight how our services are helping healthcare profressionals, doctors, nurses and pharmacists, in their daily struggle.
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