Industry Mapping

Topic: Interdiligence believed that an exploration of the Romanian Healthcare System (RHS) and medical institutions in Romania would be beneficial to our current and future Clients.  Interdiligence analytical and operational teams were dispatched to work in parallel.  Their goal, to explore and examine the medical options and infrastructure in Romania and compile risk and opportunity options for Clients.

Process: The operational team used OSNIT data as its main source of information.  Through this they explored local newspapers, media outlets, and public databases to gather the “presented” story.  To validate this, they explored public development records from the eight regions of Romania and papers published by State and Private hospitals.  Local sources were then approached, interviewed, and used to obtain first hand knowledge about the supplies, infrastructure, issues, and needs of the health services in Romania. This information was then paired with OSINT data and sent over to the analytical department to be sanitized and validated.

In coordination with the operational team the analytical department scrapped the web and used in-house software to read and analyze data produced by hospitals and governmental institutions. They tracked financial records, purchasing orders, government deals, private developments, and various other commercial data. With this they developed graphs, created geopolitical maps, and statistical charts to visually assist our Clients.   

FindingsInterdiligence found a plethora of data and information that showed the strengths and frailty of the Romanian Healthcare System.  The project manager of the investigation put together a detailed report that explores the: 

  • Medical structure, both governmental and private; 
  • Distribution centers; 
  • Manufacturing needs and opportunities;
  • Finances of the public and private sectors;
  • Morale and health of medical personnel;
  • Logistical abilities and needs; 
  • Infrastructure availability and use; 
  • Procurement process;
  • Government safety and regulations;
  • Inside concerns;
  • Present/readily available and needed resources;
  • All major issues facing RHS.

The project manager used all of the findings above to produce an opportunity and risk assessment for medical and/or supply/logistic businesses interested in working in Romania, with a focus on Scars-Covid-2.