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Covid-19, Innovazione Tecnologica e i nuovi scenari dell’assistenza (a distanza)
Titolo Rivista: SALUTE E SOCIETÀ 
Autori/Curatori: Carlo Botrugno, Sandra Gallerini, Giulia Mascagni 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2021 Fascicolo: 2 Le fragilità sociali al tempo del Covid-19: le persone e i servizi. Società Italiana di Sociologia della Salute (a cura di) Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  19 P. 40-58 Dimensione file:  231 KB
DOI:  10.3280/SES2021-002004
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The advent of the pandemic has renewed the centrality of health equity in healthcare and shown the urgency of reflecting on the factors that affect healthcare accessibility. In particular, there is a need to integrate the analysis on healthcare inequalities with the new disparities in-duced by the digitalization of healthcare. The article starts by highlighting three critical issues faced by the Italian NHS during the Covid-19 health emergency. After that, an overview of the main attempts made by the Italian Government to stimulate a digital transition of healthcare-delivery is provided. Finally, the interplay of conventional inequalities, digital divides and health literacy is assessed from a critical point of view and the risk of a two-speed right to health is emphasized.
Keywords: Covid-19; Digital divide; Assistenza sanitaria; Alfabetizzazione sanitaria; Ac-cesso alle cure; Divario di salute.

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Carlo Botrugno, Sandra Gallerini, Giulia Mascagni, in "SALUTE E SOCIETÀ" 2/2021, pp. 40-58, DOI:10.3280/SES2021-002004

   

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