Vaudois University Hospital: IoMT helping patients and physicians

The Vaudois University Hospital (CHUV) has been focusing on efficiency, innovation and the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) with Enovacom by using hospital gowns with integrated vital data readers which feed directly into biomedical devices. This interview is with Frédéric André, IT Project Manager, and Nathalie SERVAT, Head Care Unit Nurse (ICUS) at the Continuing Cardiology Care Unit & Cardiovascular Surgery Unit at the CHUV. Download PDF How the project got started EIn 2016, the CHUV, a hospital in Lausanne with over 1,500 beds, took an interest in the ENOVACOM Patient Connect solution – the first interoperability platform for biomedical devices. Frédéric André tells us why he...

Amiens University Hospital gets its physicians connected!

Alarm management: Amiens University Hospital connects healthcare teams and patients With over 6,200 members of staff, Amiens-Picardie University Hospital is one of the two benchmark public university healthcare organisations in the Hauts-de-France region. With construction work underway, its new building naturally highlighted the need to focus on how best to pool resources and be as efficient as possible. One innovative idea they implemented was to use an intelligent system for managing and processing alarms connected to their equipment to improve efficiency and workers’ daily lives. We discover the details behind this in an interview with Olivier TARGA – IT System – Support...

Patient centric healthcare technology at the Saint Jean Health Centre

The healthcare facility has achieved its goal of spending more time with patients Download the PDF for free The Saint Jean Health Centre has chosen to use technological innovation to enhance the patient experience. In recovery rooms, the team of physicians can now rely on the innovative ENOVACOM Patient Connect software to connect biomedical devices and integrate directly into the electronic patient record. The advantages are qualititative and quantitive, so staff no longer have to spend time manually entering vital signs data, and information is now more comprehensive, secure and reliable. The centre estimates it now saves a total of 30 hours a day for 15 physicians. As a result, time...

A unique interoperability platform for four healthcare facilities

Interview of André Apack, hospital IT Director of the CHIC Unisanté Hospital Group Since 2011, the CHIC Unisante Hospital group has included the Marie Madeleine de Forbach Hospital, the Lemire de St-Avold Hospital with a total of 304 beds and MCO places (Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics), as well as two EHPAD (care homes for dependant elderly people) with 80 beds for the local catchment area. We met André Apack, hospital IT Director (DSI), to discuss how the flows of information he set up with the EAI ENOVACOM Suite V2 have been standardised. Download the PDF What experience does CHIC Unisante have with software publisher Enovacom? André Apack: When I arrived in 2014, I found that we had...

Regional project ALBIOM : Nearly 50 laboratories share biology results with doctors and their patients

Nearly 50 laboratories in Alsace now share structured biology results with doctors and their patients using Shared Medical Records (DMP). In late March 2016, over 24,000 documents were already available. Anne Stackler, Project Manager for the GCS (health cooperation group) Alsace E-Health, tells us about service ALBIOM which aims to improve the data streams between the regional and city hospitals. What factors led to you starting project ‘ALsace BIOlogie Médicale’ (ALBIOM)? Anne Stackler: We started off by looking at how important medical biology is in the healthcare system (it is used to make over 60% of diagnoses in hospital and city laboratories) as well as what health professionals...

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