The Balearic Islands have received a total of more than 22 million euros to go towards hospital technology, in particular that used to detect diseases in their early stages.
The Balearic Islands have received 22 million euros from the INVEAT plan (Plan for Investment in High-Tech Equipment), promoted by the Ministry of Health. Money from European funds will help reduce the obsolescence of technological equipment used in hospitals. According to Health Minister Carolina Darias, this will improve “people’s quality of life through the diagnosis of diseases in their early stages”, including chronic diseases, cancer and neurological diseases.
Darias recalled that the Autonomous Communities had already received around 400 million euros from European funds in 2021. She took advantage of her visit to the Son Llàtzer Hospital to see the additional intensive care unit pods that are in preparation and will be available to us from mid-February.
In total, there will be nine additional beds to add to the 18 beds already available in the hospital’s intensive care unit.
An investment of 1.8 million euros has been made in the project, which will finance the renovation or extension of the equipment used in five public hospitals in the Balearic Islands. The objective is to increase to 15% the average proportion of high-tech equipment per 100,000 inhabitants, which would undoubtedly improve the service provided to patients.
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