MORe– Modular Operating Room experience – is an innovative technology developed by MED Health Technologies to set up specialized units and transportable operating theater sets and infrastructures, with simplified procurement procedures.
During the Coronavirus pandemic, the MORe technology has been chosen by Regione Campania to quickly create three new intensive care units anti Covid-19 in the Naples, Caserta and Salerno public hospitals, for 120 new beds overall.
MORe departments are built following user experience design principles, focusing on operational needs, simplifying and optimizing doctors’ and staff work.
The MORe System allows the setup of specialist hospital departments in a very short period of time, using the procurement formula for the supply of goods, instead of contracting works.
Thanks to this, the contracting authority only needs to show performance specifications, reducing both the tender and planning/implementation times. This also means having only one person of reference from the beginning to the end of the process.
Operationally, MORe structures are built and tested at the MED headquarters before the final installation. Once the test is completed, departments are dismantled, transferred to the destination site, reassembled, tested in-house and made operational in a Plug & Play mode. This mode makes it possible to reduce construction times, minimising the impact on ordinary operations, thanks to the absence of construction works and the simplicity of connections with existing buildings.
MED Health Technologies
MED Health Technologies designs and creates complex and ready-to-go solutions for hospitals, general and specialist medical clinics in Italy and abroad. Some of our clients are: Hospital of the Sea of Naples, San Sebastiano Hospital of Caserta, University Hospital “Ruggi” of Salerno, Fincantieri, University Hospital of Padua, University Hospital “Maggiore della Carità” of Novara, Figlie di San Camillo private hospital (Rome), Villa Maria Group (Ravenna), Quisisana (Ferrara), Asl 4 Abruzzo, University Clinic of Sassari and Asl 5 La Spezia.
MED Health Technologies also operates in complex industrial plants, alongside partners such as Siemens and Schneider.
MED Health Technologies is certified according to UNI EN ISO 9001: 2015 and has a SOA Certificate that allows to participate to public tenders.
MED Health Technologies specialises in the design, construction and commissioning of highly technical hospital departments and interventional systems with integrated diagnostics, such as: traditional, hybrid and digital operating rooms, delivery rooms, ICUs, neonatal intensive care units, diagnostic imaging and interventional radiology units, sterilisation rooms, dialysis and rehabilitation centres.
MED hospital departments are designed to meet customer needs:
we take care of all operations, of the activation of diagnostic equipment and integration of data storage systems in order to optimise interaction between departments. We control the entire process thanks to the harmonization of different skills, integrating different IT systems with an operational solution, which is delivered to the customer in a Plug & Play mode.
MED equipment meets the most advanced functional requirements and all the sector certifications also in the transportable modular mode, according to MORe technology: Modular Operating Room experience.
MED Health Technologies is a trusted partner of Fincantieri and of various cruise companies for the design and construction of specialist on-board hospital units for ships. MED has also designed and built integrated medical systems for the Italian Navy from 2005 to the present.
We have also equipped 50 square meters hospital areas for the 10 frigates of the European FREMM program, the hospital areas of the Cavour aircraft carrier, the medical units of the Amerigo Vespucci ship and the medical care units on board (700 square meters) of the Navy’s LSS (Logistic Support Ship). These last ones occupy two decks and are equipped with surgical rooms, emergency treatment and burn unit,
intensive care and resuscitation, radiology and analysis, dental practice, gynaecology. The hospitalization areas are able to receive up to 8 critically ill patients, 8 urgent treatments and 8 intensive care patients.
Finally, MED has furnished on board medical-nursing areas for Costa Crociere, Carnival and MSC Cruises.
Thanks to many years of experience designing high-tech hospital departments, MED Health Technologies has developed a specific competence in integrated industrial plant engineering, which is now managed by the MED PLANTS division. MED PLANTS is the ideal partner for contractors in the various sectors for the design and installation of electrical, mechanical, hydraulic and technical gas systems in different industrial sectors.
These include video surveillance systems, IT security and data protection systems, airport terminal security systems, telephony systems, security, alarms and electronic key management systems in the hotel industry.
All specialist healthcare facilities created by MED Health Technologies with the MORe transportability system – Modular Operating Room experience – can be integrated with anti-seismic systems, which allow medical operations to be carried out even in critical circumstances or in case of earthquakes. Our seismic energy absorption system is developed by THK, a Japanese multinational company specialised in the construction of seismic isolation systems and listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. MED includes seismic isolation as a project prerequisite and, once the project it’s over, THK carries out all the testing and guarantees the homologation.
MORe – modular operating room experience
MORe is the innovative technology developed by MED Health Technologies to create transportable specialised departments and operating theatres, with simplified tender procedures.
Quicker procurement procedures
Public institutions can contract the construction of MED modular hospital wards simply by providing performance specifications
MED is at the University Hospital of Padua
The MED Neonatal Pathology and Intensive Care Unit at the University Hospital of Padua can accommodate up to 20 young patients
MED Hospital on the Cavour aircraft carrier
MED created with Fincantieri the Italian Navy’s
aircraft carrier hospital area