Real-time healthcare provides better services to patients

An optimal cooperation between all healthcare parties - hospitals, national health services, national social security institutions, etc. - increases the quality of care to patients. These services largely depend on the mobility of healthcare staff, but also on the way they cooperate and exchange data remotely and have access to patient data at any location, etc. In certain healthcare areas specific profiles are scarce.

Remote diagnosing and telemonitoring of patients - when the treating physician is not physically in the same room as the patient - are concrete necessities. Applications concerning mobility, security and cooperation ensure a better accessibility of staff, efficient management of medical equipment, a better follow-up and treatment of patients, cost control, coordination, supervision of data confidentiality...