Our 5 convictions

1

HEALTHCARE NEEDS TO BE REDESIGNED

Population ageing & rise of chronic diseases.

Increased healthcare costs & medical desert fight.

Evolution of ambulatory care & home hospitalization.

2

IT IS REQUIRED TO MOVE FROM A MAINLY CURATIVE MEDICINE TO A MORE PREVENTIVE MEDICINE

Individual patient prevention should be a priority.

Shifting from a logic of “act of care” to a logic of “patient’s journey”.

3

DIGITAL HEALTH IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO IMPROVE HEALTHCARE EFFICIENCY

It may transform the patient’s journey and support healthcare professionals.

Big Data processing by artificial intelligence may enable the development of more efficient, personalized medicine, better fitted to the individual characteristics of each patient.

4

PATIENTS ARE READY TO EMBRACE E-HEALTH TOOLS

Using digital technology in the patient’s journey may strengthen the patient’s engagement in his or her own health.

Patients want to be empowered and are ready for change1.

5

DIGITAL HEALTH REVOLUTION MAY BENEFIT YOU THROUGH

Optimizing the organization of care (mobility, use of medical).

Enhancing the attraction of the professions (reduced geographical isolation, refocusing the professions on rewarding aspects, readjusting patient’s relationships).

Improving patient care (personalized treatment thanks mainly to the handling of patient data by the AI).

Change is on the way – The digital health
revolution committed to your profession2

The 4 main goals of digital health tools

FASTER DEVISIONS

with a lower error rate.

IMPROVING PATIENT’S DATA

management and accessibility.

IMPROVING

the efficiency and knowledge of medical practice.

BETTER PATIENT CARE

reduction in adverse events and hospital length of stay.

Your 4 main uses of digital tools

BE SUPPORTED IN YOUR CLINICAL DECISIONS

– Reputable mobile clinical decision support devices, designed to support convenient and rapid access to evidence-based information.

BENEFITS MAY INCLUDE

– Improving diagnostic accuracy and treatment suggestions.

– Reduction of medical errors.

– Access to healthcare patient records, images and scans as well as electronic prescription orders.

– Supporting patient care remotely (follow-up and rehabilitation), secure collection of clinical data.

BENEFITS MAY INCLUDE

Positive impact on patient outcomes.

– Continuing medical education, knowledge assessment tests, board exam preparation, case studies, e-learning and teaching, surgical simulation, skill assessment tests.

BENEFITS MAY INCLUDE

Improved knowledge of your practice, increased your efficiency.

– Write and dictate notes, record audio, take pictures, organize information and images, use e-book reader, access cloud service.

– Voice and video calling, texting, e-mail, multimedia messaging, video conferencing, social networking.

– Medical textbooks, journals and literature, drug reference and medical guides.

– Schedule appointments and meetings, record call schedule.

What you might appreciate soon …
Towards more personalized patient care

Introduction of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare could change practices, if more and more reliable and configured data (Big Data) are shared. In addition to “curative” medicine, “preventive” medicine will gradually be added, more tailored to patient characteristics.

AI applied to health is currently mainly trained to improve the diagnosis of diseases, to better detect cancers or cardiovascular diseases or to adjust treatment taking into account the specificities of patients.

Towards more personalized patient care

Here are the potential benefits of processing patient data using artificial intelligence (more precisely through its “deap learning” methodology: a method of learning allowing to make relevant correlations between a multitude of varied data).

You are :

cardiologist, oncologist or specialist in metabolic disorders, discover the digital innovations related to your speciality.

e-Cardiology

e-Oncology

e-Metabolism