Could you give us a brief description of your start-up and explain the reasons that led you to establish it up?
SurgiQ was born thanks to the work carried out on some academic innovation projects aimed to improve the way in which so-called “elective” (non-urgent) patients are managed, i.e. those who are typically put on hold for surgery. The project was developed precisely from the desire to translate those theoretical concepts of transparency and good management into daily practice, and to provide concrete and effective tools to hospitals to help them manage the demand for health.
How does your platform manage to optimize clinical processes within healthcare facilities and who is your primary target?
SurgiQ allows to centralize data concerning all patients awaiting treatment, in a single dashboard, from which it is immediately possible to understand if there are potentially critical situations and plan the opportune activities. Today we also offer an automatic planning tool based on artificial intelligence, highly appreciated especially in the private health sector, which we began to approach in 2019 and in which we are experiencing growing interest.