Cisa Group will be present again this year at the Risk Management Forum to be held in Florence, at the Fortezza Da Basso, from November 26 to 29.
Four intense days with several events of great interest, with discussions dedicated to equal access, innovation, sustainability, together with healthcare professionals and several key players in economy and innovation.
Cisa contributes to the Forum with two different initiatives.
On November 26, the Forum opening day, with the conference on “Hospital 4.0 Technological innovation, automation and sustainability”, at the Sala Giotto, starting at 2.30 pm. The first part of the conference will focus on the most recent results in research and technological innovation applied to the field of infection control and on those that are among the most challenging goals for the development of the hospital of the future: infection control, sustainability, circular economy.
In the round table discussion that will follow, the debate will shift towards the opportunities to be seized in order to attract the investments necessary to support innovation in Hospital 4.0 technologies.
On November 29, with the HEALTHCARE FORUM AWARD 2019, taking place for the second consecutive year. This is a competition, promoted by the Forum in collaboration with Cisa, open to start-ups, companies, individuals, and teams actively engaged in finding solutions to fight the risk of infection in hospitals.
The goal is to reward the most innovative and sustainable entities and/or projects, which must be able to prove their ability to respond effectively to the main technological challenges of our time.
On November 29th, the winning startup or the best winning product will be selected among the three best candidates selected by the Organizing Committee and will be awarded with an international promotional campaign carried out by CISA, the use of CISA’s sales network present in over 60 countries, and participation of the winner in all fairs, exhibitions and trade shows in which CISA will take part in 2020.
The Forum Risk Management allows for CME course credits for all healthcare professions. Course credits may be assigned by day or by session.