A team composed of 6 among our runners took part in the Medical Device Challenge 2021 on behalf of the whole company. It was the overall fourth running and the second one in virtual mode of the race organized by Confindustria Medical Device for its members from 10 December to 19 December. Digitec’s team won in the ‘Teams’ category with a wonderful score, that is 219.049 (sum of the average daily steps).
Simone Re explains why we took part in the race!
‘For over 35 years, we have been at the side of healthcare professionals with our SW helping them to provide a correct diagnosis, the first necessary step for patient care. Today we are going further: thanks to the use of AI, we are giving them more tools to “look beyond”. We are approaching the MDC2021 with the same spirit, strongly believing that the most important battles can only be won by “running together over the obstacles”’.
Among the competing teams there were also the athletes of Fispes, the Italian Federation of Paralympic and Experimental Sports. After the emotions for their great sports achievements, they ran with us and brought along their energies towards challenges that can bring us together and bring us closer to the diversity of those who have different opportunities and abilities, like the little guests of Dynamo Camp who will be granted the income raised by the race: children and teenagers aged 6 to 17 with serious pathologies who have the opportunity to follow free recreational therapy programs.
With great pride, Marco Viadana commented our victory during the awards ceremony of the race, in which he was the best of our team: ‘I would like to thank the team, because we have been a great team and the result proved it; we are a great team in the race, but also out of it. My congratulations to the whole team, they did great, we gave our best and the result has come. I absolutely thank you people of Dynamo: you have organized this beautiful competition, but most of all I thank you for what you do every day, that is stay close to the weakest. For this, you deserve a big applause!’