Now, digital is not just an option. Not limited to simply increasing the efficiency of certain tasks, digital technology is affecting both business and personal lives, enabling smarter choices and allowing people to manage their health, lifestyle, and activities with more accuracy.
According to Transparency Market Research (TMR), the opportunity in this market is anticipated to rise 13.4 percent between 2017 and 2025 and reach US$536.6 billion by the end of 2025. The technological advancements in the medical and healthcare infrastructure are also projected to support this market over the next few years.
Aligned with this trend, Stefanini is investing in a broad portfolio of solutions that meets these market expectations, leading digital transformation into institutions and creating value for clients. One of the steps in this direction was announced in Brazil this week when the company announced the acquisition of the Brazilian company Magma, a multidisciplinary startup specializing in information technology for the health segment.
Analytical Intelligence Providing a Broad and Systemic View
Created two years ago, Magma develops systems of management and monitoring for patients and teams, based on in-depth studies regarding daily experiences in hospitals and medical centers. With a focus on ICUs, Magma has created a tool based on analytical intelligence, which provides a broad and systemic view of every Intensive Care Unit, transforming decision-making processes with agility, improving financial management and reducing hospitalization time—as well as guaranteeing a better clinical performance.
Magma also developed a platform of medical scales, which proves the presence of the professional in the workplace at the time that was agreed upon and monitors whether everything is being delivered as planned. This solution can be used by companies in other segments, such as manufacturing, retail, and the contact center, for purposes such as controlling payments.