Italy was the first country to largely experience the COVID-19 epidemic among other Western countries during the so-called first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. Proper management of an increasing number of home-quarantined individuals created a significant challenge for health care authorities and professionals. This was especially true when considering the importance of remote surveillance to detect signs of disease progression and consequently regulate access to hospitals and intensive care units on a priority basis.

Using {eHealth} platforms and Apps to support monitoring and management of home-quarantined {COVID}-19 patients. A pilot project in the Province of Trento, Italy (Preprint)

Lorenzo Gios
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Sara Testa;Stefano Micocci;Giulia Malfatti;Monica Moz;Andrea Nicolini;Alessandro Bacchiega;Carlo Mion;Michele Marchesoni;Rosa Maimone;Pietro Benedetto Molini;Alberto Zanella;Mayora-Ibarra Oscar;Stefano Forti
2021

Abstract

Italy was the first country to largely experience the COVID-19 epidemic among other Western countries during the so-called first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. Proper management of an increasing number of home-quarantined individuals created a significant challenge for health care authorities and professionals. This was especially true when considering the importance of remote surveillance to detect signs of disease progression and consequently regulate access to hospitals and intensive care units on a priority basis.
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