Computerised Health Procedures

Introduction

This is an innovative concept intended for GPs who want to integrate 20 commonly used health procedures already being used by hundreds of doctors.


Technology

There are three key tools for each procedure:

  • An input mask: an excellent decision-making tree that is perfectly suited to the problem, which integrates basic knowledge and remains very close to the doctor’s own practice . It also makes it possible to update the EPR  and, at its most basic, can serve as a validation of the Professional Practice Evaluation (PPE).
  • Knowledge about the subject developed to facilitate the specific needs of a GP. It contains all the information, frames of reference, illustrations, scales, and validated sources of reference necessary to access essential knowledge “on line” about the subject concerned.
  • Healthcare Education Tools for the patient, a list of websites, and preset prescriptions.

 
Benefits

Computerised procedures enable doctors to:

  • Use current and up-to-date scientific data in their daily practice, therefore allowing more time to talk to the patient.
  • Validate their Professional Practice Evaluation (PPE) without affecting their movements or time during their regular work.
  • Automatically provide epidemiological data thanks to an automated input method.
  • Develop large-scale initiatives commissioned by various promoters founded on know-how that has already been demonstrated within SBI (Alcohol Screening and Brief Intervention) for millions of patients by the Savoie Alcology Network (Revue du praticien Médecine Générale , 06/06/2007).

 
Collaboration

The institute has an excellent understanding of the profession and of GPs’ expectations, as well as the know-how needed to develop this concept, which has already been validated and used by doctors, and partnerships ensuring the system is kept up-to-date. On a technical level, you would have the possibility of setting  up such tools, which will make you more attractive to doctors.

We are currently looking for partners willing to co-develop this technology which could radically help medical professionals to manage digitised patient records.

 
This technological service offering has been made in partnership with the Grenoble CHU (Teaching Hospital) and the Grenoble Faculty of Medicine at the Université Joseph Fourier - Grenoble 1. This partnership guarantees the validity of the scientific contents of the computerised procedures in question.

References:

The 20 existing procedures:

  • Screening
  • Diabetes
  • Asthma
  • Hypertension
  • Antibiotherapy
  • Contraception
  • Obesity
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Palliative care
  • Thromboembolic disease
  • Thyroid pathology
  • Illness in infants
  • Adolescence
  • Pregnancy
  • The Elderly
  • Sports medicine
  • All this as well as the know-how to create other procedures.

 
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