The innovative system that provides remote support to expectant mothers created within the TrentinoSalute4.0 digital health project has kicked off at Fatebenefratelli Isola-Tiberina Hospital. The first access keys ahve been delivered to 30 women.
Direct and fast access – with a tap on their smartphones – to make appointments for all the visits that monitor the most important steps of pregnancy; direct interaction with ob-gyn doctors via chat; PC screen monitoring of patients’ clinical parameters through the “pregnancy diary”; video advice and FAQs on concerns or questions that women ask themselves in this special period, before and after giving birth.
These are the main services offered by the Fatebenefratelli-Isola Tiberina Hospital in Rome with the new digital health system called “MuM Up”, evolved from the TreC platform (the Citizen’s Clinical Record in use for over ten years in Trentino) and developed within TrentinoSalute4.0, the competence center for digital health of the Autonomous Province of Trento, the Trento province Healthcare System and Fondazione Bruno Kessler.
“MuM Up” (available on Apple store and Google play), is the new digital tool that will allow women to receive follow-up care from experts even remotely, via medical “dashboards” on their PCs, throughout their pregnancy. A new service supporting mothers in an innovative, complete and safe solution. And, as of next spring, access to remote visiting will be enabled.
The first keys for accessing the new application were delivered today to 30 expectant mothers, in the presence of the main interlocutors and partners of the project gathered via videoconference. First time pregnant women, women who have already had more than one delivery, have been able to appreciate the new digital tool that will keep them in contact with their doctors even “at distance”, accompanied in every important step of their pregnacies.