Improved relationships between independent physicians – hospitals – patients

Between physicians and patients As soon as the MSSanté secure messaging service was implemented, the Rouen University Hospital saw a rise in satisfaction from independent physicians who have been able to use the service to ask their secretaries for appointments or rceive more reports quickly. The University Hospital’s EPRs offer a dedicated interface for quickly sending large quantities of documents. The messaging project has led to the health organisation developing its EPRs and, more widely, to “review some internal business processes, such as the report auditing trail, and improve information flow tracking” reported Delphine Sacquépée, manager of this project and Head of...

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...

Digital technology for information exchange – a lever for improvement against the flaws in digital public health services

The flaws in digital public health services The Court of Auditors, in its role of controlling and instigating public policies, never fails to regularly pinpoint the flaws in digital public health services, whether it be hospital systems, the SMRs, telemedicine or health insurance teleservices. Until recently, its rapporteurs have highlighted “real but uneven progress”. After reminding us that “the development of digital exchanges represents a vital source of fluidity for communication between healthcare professionals and enhances the efficiency of patient care and overall treatment, “the 2018 annual report laments how slowly care coordination tools such as secure...

HIMSS 19 | Orlando

RDV HIMSS19Predictive Medicine: The new aim of Connectivity. HIMSS 2019 will take place in Orlando from 11th to 15th February 2019. We look forward to welcoming and meeting with you on Enovacom booth n°9000-02 (Innovation Live Area) and would strongly recommend attending our informative conference on Wednesday 13th February at 11:15 am. Get more informations During the exhibition : Live Demo :Discover the journey of a patient and the associated data. Everydays, from the 11th to the 15th of february -Booth n°9000-02 Book a slot 01 Interoperability :Ensure the exchange and integration of patient data. Easier to implement and manage than other proprietary solutions ; Lower cost of interface...

Why global interoperability is a prerequisite to ensuring high quality patient care

Interoperability: a prerequisite to guarantee high quality patient care Download the PDF The safety and quality of patient care in healthcare organisations now requires medical data flow to be managed appropriately. In order to optimise the time healthcare professionals spend at work and enable them to act quickly in the event of an emergency, medical devices and IT systems in private and public hospitals must meet global interoperability standards. Healthcare organisations now produce large quantities of data which is often sensitive due to its confidential nature. This information is even more important as it is used to make medical decisions, about the best course of patient care, to...

Patient identification and sharing medical information: the next challenge

Sharing patient files through unique patient identification: the next challenge Download the PDF Merging healthcare organisations and integrated working across multiple care providers are just two scenarios whereby sharing medical information can lead to Patient identities duplications or clashes. To address this issue, hospital managers and IT departments can rely on highly powerful identity servers capable of merging identities. Why is identity-vigilance now part of quality criteria for healthcare facilities? Many problems which arise in healthcare organisations today are due to identifying patients. This is common when patients have difficulty talking and no identification or patient...

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