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Zerocoda® is an Artexe solution for local and regional hospitals. It provides citizens with a booking system for a spot in the queue to access the healthcare facilities' services. Hospitals and clinics can optimize queues at the reception desks for main administrative procedures, as well as the lines for actual clinical services (eg blood sample collection aresa and doctors' ambulatories). The hospital can offer the citizen this service remotely, since it is reachable through a simple browser; the product is available in both a "standard" version at and in a "branded" version with a specific hospital domain, logo, dedicated texts. It is also possible that the solution is integrated through REST API within the hospital's proprietary apps.

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Listed Since: 04/20/2021
Last Updated: 03/25/2022

Level 1: Self-Assessment

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Consensus Assessments Initiative Questionnaire v3.1
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