Dedalus Group operates in the e-Health market even through strategic partnerships with leading international players, including:

  • IBM, for infrastructural and highly innovative projects such as Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning in clinical and oncological settings, in order to develop diagnosis support systems
  • Apple, for infrastructural and innovative projects to communicate with the patient
  • Microsoft, for infrastructural, research and innovation projects such as augmented reality in clinical setting
  • HPE, DXC for infrastructural projects
  • Philips, for the most recent Digital Pathology issues at national and international level
  • Swisslog, for pharmacy department logistics automation projects
  • Roche, Abbott, IL, Siemens pfor analytical instrumentation integration and laboratory automation
  • Zebra Technologies, for identification and traceability technologies thanks to barcode, RFID, Beacon

Strategic collaborations are also established with Research and Standardization Organizations, including:

  • Business Management School of Bocconi University, Milan, for the teaching session of e-Health module within the Master of International Health Care Management, Economics and Policy
  • Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Arsenàl Consortium, University of Bergamo and Cefriel Institute of Milan Polytechnic for partnerships in national and European projects
  • Population and Social Policies Research Institute (IRPPS) of the Rome National Research Council (CNR); Computer Sciences Laboratory of the Pierre et Marie Curie University of Paris; Neurosciences Department, Pharmaceutical and Child Health Area, of Florence University; RITM Department of Paris-Sud University, and Industrial and Information Engineering Department of Cagliari University: for studies and designs in regional and European projects
  • DeHealth Lab of Calabria University; Robotics Institute of the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa; Information Science and Technologies Institute and Informatics and Telematics Institute of CNR, Pisa; Information Engineering Department of Siena University and University of Magna Grecia in Catanzaro: for several R&D initiatives
  • IHE (Integrating Health Enterprise) for constant participation in the international Board and Connectathon certification events, and for contribution to new collaboration frameworks definition
  • HL7 (Health Level 7) for ongoing support to healthcare systems interoperability and collaboration