Italian Tech Provider Dedalus Arrives in Mexico
Dedalus, the Italian-born international provider of tech and software solutions for the health industry, has announced its arrival in Mexico to support the growing demand for solutions and push forward the digital transformation of the country’s health sector.
Dedalus is the EU’s leading digital health solutions company. Its “quality solutions and close contact with clients put us top of mind as health companies begin their digital transition. While our solutions primarily targeted hospitals at first, Dedalus was created with a vision to interconnect different areas of the health ecosystem by interacting with different industry players to facilitate communication through tech,” Dedalus Latin America’s HIS Business Manager Praxedis Sanchez told MBN in an interview last month.
In Mexico, the company is directing its investment into four strategic R&D lines: data usage, workflow improvement, innovative diagnostics and the improvement of clinical effectiveness and resource optimization. Through innovative diagnostics R&D, Dedalus hopes to facilitate the integration, normalization and labeling of clinical data, which can then more easily result in data usage for clinical insights and institutional operations.
Dedalus improves workflows in clinical processes by efficiently fine-tuning through primary and intensive attention. Its diagnostic innovation will give doctors better tools for analysis and follow-ups. The improvement in clinical efficiency and resource optimization will allow increased investment in “digital front-door” tools for remote medical attention.
“With our technological model, we optimize about over 45 million hospital admissions, 250 ambulance visits and 35 million medical emergency admissions annually around the world. Our health solutions provide care to over 540 million people worldwide,” Vladimir Mendoza, Dedalus’ General Director in Latin America, said in an interview with Notipress.
Dedalus’ solutions are aligned with models that also reduce clients' energy consumption and provide sustainable innovation for telehealth advancements in global healthcare markets. The models and services are based on Cloud and Data Center technology, which is 100 percent renewable. The company’s holistic-technic system provides in-person continuations of treatment for patients across different medical processes.
The company currently operates in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Honduras, Panama and Peru, and works with over 400 health sectors’ hospitals, clinical laboratories and diagnostic centers in the region. Dedalus currently employs over 200 people worldwide to provide technological support to their respective regions. The company grew in 2021 through six new acquisitions and was able to acquire the health software DXC, also known as iSoft, for US$450 million.
In Mexico, the company hopes to “be the technological partner of health companies during the digital transformation. Dedalus is specialized in the health sector and we are here to advise, guide and provide our clients with tailored solutions,” Sanchez told MBN.