La création des GHT – vers une offre de territoire organisée

Groupements Hospitaliers de territoires : comment structurer le parcours de soins patient ? Prévu par l’article 107 de la loi Santé de 2016, ce dispositif vise à mettre en place un nouveau mode de coopération entre les établissements publics de santé à l’échelle d’un territoire. L’objectif ? Structurer le parcours de soins patient et permettre jus­tement au patient d’accéder aux soins plus facilement avec le renforcement de la collaboration entre professionnels. Cette nouvelle organisation sanitaire a des impacts sur les technologies utilisées sur le territoire cible. Les logiciels de chaque établissement de santé doivent être en mesure d’échanger les données patients. On commence alors à...

E-health: The latest European barometer

The three overall priorities in e-health in Europe The latest European barometer published by HIMSS Analytics sum­marises what concerns our neighbouring countries have about e-health. Three overall priorities have emerged about using digital health: To this ‘top 3’ we could very easily add physicians’ access to information as unsurprisingly, it comes ahead of patients’ ac­cess in the responses given by healthcare orga­nisations. At a closer look, we can see that each country’s results naturally mirror how digitally advanced their organisations are and which di­rection their local health policies lean towards. For instance, using electronic patient records is considered significantly less...

Is patient data the path to the Holy Grail of predictive medicine?

Predictive medicine is defined as anything medicine can do to predict and/or anticipate potential illnesses. At the moment, a lot of people are talking about Machine Learning and Big Data as key factors for transforming healthcare services. Their usage is changing the face of the entire medical field, especially for early detection of serious illnesses and epidemics. However, nothing can be predicted if there is no data. And herein lies the dilemma. Machine Learning and Big Data as key factors for transforming healthcare services. The winning combination of patient data and AI Whilst artificial intelligence becomes increasingly part of modern medicine, traditional medical practice and...

Medical biology: priority to sharing test results

Developing data sharing in medical biology meets healthcare professionals’ main concerns. 60 to 70% of diagnoses depend on biological examination results, a statistic which can reach up to 80% in hospitals. However, the exchange of in­formation between everyone involved in diagnosis and care is frequently affected: either paper copies of results circulate and need to be scanned, or they are compu­terised but difficult to read and poorly integrated into the recipient’s software due to problems with structuring and/or standardisation. The Albiom project (Alsace medical biology):. It started in 2013 with the goal of helping physicians visualise the structured results of the biological...

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