Negative buffer? The outcome comes via text message

“The communication system of the negative results of the swabs for Covid-19 by the regional health system via text message or automatic recall is operational and the tests carried out this morning have demonstrated its effectiveness”. This was confirmed by the deputy governor with responsibility for Health, Riccardo Riccardi, who explained that “the Friuli Centrale University Health Authority (Asufc) has activated the service, which is coordinated by the Regional Health Coordination Agency (Arcs), starting this morning and no problems have been reported. “



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Riccardi then confirmed that “from the next seventh, the service will also be adopted by the Giuliano Isontina University Healthcare Company and the Friuli Orientale Healthcare Company, so as to guarantee quick responses to all citizens of Friuli Venezia Giulia who undergo the molecular swab in the structures of the regional health service “. The service, activated on an experimental basis by Asufc, provides for the daily sending to all people with a negative result of the swab of a text message if the validity of a mobile phone number or an automatic call on the fixed telephone is confirmed. In the latter case, if there is no answer, up to three calls will be made at different times and on different days from the telephone number 040/0647840. In addition to telephone communication, the reports are available in the electronic health record within the ‘Sesamo’ platform and are also visible to general practitioners and pediatricians of free choice if authorized for viewing by each patient.


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