In 1948, the World Health Organization (WHO) proposed the definition of health as being “a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, not simply the absence of disease or infirmity”.
The pandemic has radically changed the way people travel. What will be the trends for 2021?
In a letter published in the online magazine Welfare network, Vincenzo Donvito, president of ADUC – Association for the Rights of Users and Consumers, gives a picture of the current trends
In Canada, doctors prescribe free visits to museums. In Finland every patient who goes in the hospital is offered a cultural program.
Italy is also adapting. Approaching art and culture ennobles the soul.
Many airlines, airports and governments are working on applications to upload negative results of COVID tests and vaccinations to be shown before boarding. Identity documents alone may not be enough to travel in 2021.
Post-Covid health tourism
We share the report produced by The European House – Ambrosetti titled “From the attractiveness of the health ecosystem to the competitiveness of the economic system. The potential of health tourism “.
Welfare may not be enough: investments in supplementary coverage are increasing.
This is confirmed by the Aipb-Censis report entitled: “Investing in the future of Italy beyond Covid-19”, which states that we are witnessing a race for self-protection.
The latest report from the New Generation Networks and Services Observatory of the Institute for Competitiveness (I-Com) makes an analysis of competitiveness in Europe in the artificial intelligence ecosystem.
A great deal, according to the Microsoft research entitled “Employee skills and the potential of AI” which involved 12,000 employees and management figures around the world in the past few months, over 600 in Italy.
What point are Italian companies at, with respect to the use of new technologies and, in particular, artificial intelligence for customer care? We share an article published by Adnkronos that offers an overview of what emerged during the UMANia2020 event, organized by IULM AI LAB.
Chancellor Merkel praised Italy in a video-conference speech between the German State ministers: “In Europe there are many areas at risk. You can still travel to Germany and go to non-risk areas in Europe. In Italy, for example, they act with great caution ”.