Brazilian Army

Brazilian Army hospitals step into digital era with Barco displays

By 2014, the Brazilian Army is set to complete its extensive Health Service Revitalization Plan. One of the Plan’s key pillars is a thorough overhaul of the Army’s healthcare equipment, making the transition from analogue to digital. The Army selected 150 Nio diagnostic display systems, for installation in its 20+ military hospitals located throughout the country.

“State-of-the-art equipment can help us diagnose patients more accurately, while gaining precious time. It will also boost the image of the Army, which may trigger and encourage physicians and medical staff to join our healthcare teams,” said General Jaime Mendes da Costa, Healthcare Director of the Brazilian Army.

About this project

Date 23 November 2012
Location several locations, Brazil

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