How to involve the patient more in their care?
One year after the beginning of the health crisis, health is more than ever a matter of concern. Successive confinements, saturation of hospital services, rescheduling and restrictions on medical visits have disrupted the working methods of the
care providers and the habits of patients.
But from this situation have emerged innovative digital solutions, more efficient, and involving the patient more in his care. In order to relieve overcrowding in institutions, this patient participation is becoming essential to the success of therapeutic follow-up. The patient is now recognised by the medical profession as a real player in the care process.
exolis, an expert in the connected patient pathway, works to ensure that the patient is fully involved in his or her own health, both by involving the patient and by connecting him or her more closely to medical teams.
Building tomorrow's healthcare system: digital technology for patient involvement
The position of the patient in his or her care is changing. Initially relegated to the status of "patient", they now have the opportunity to be more involved in their therapy and are becoming true actors in their health. The saturation of healthcare services and remote monitoring caused by the Covid crisis have accelerated this change, and the adoption of innovative solutions in healthcare (teleconsultation, electronic signatures, online payments, etc.). The patient thus becomes an actor and partner of the carers in the success of his or her recovery. It is the implementation of the patient engagement (i.e. patient engagement),
i.e. the construction of the care pathway for and by the patient.
This patient involvement is made possible by the development of connected health technologies. Thanks to these technologies, patients can now act remotely and in complete autonomy: get information, inform about their state of health, carry out their procedures, schedule their appointments, etc.
Building a care pathway adapted to the patient and his/her pathology
The link between the patient and the healthcare institution is crucial for the success of the therapy. For the connected monitoring solution to work, it is necessary for it to be adapted to these two actors. The solution must offer the patient a personalised follow-up that takes into account his or her pathology and specific needs.
It must also be adaptable to healthcare centres. The interoperability of the data within the health care institutions and the adaptability of the solution to the specific monitoring of each health care institution are essential.
exolis, the platform that strengthens the link between the patient and the institution
Noting the growing demand for patient involvement, exolis offers a solution that allows patients to become a real player in their care process, in permanent contact with their healthcare establishment. Thanks to its white label development, exolis guarantees a relationship of trust between the patient and the healthcare establishment.
The exolis solution, which bridges the gap between the patient and the health care institution, makes it possible, through an application and a patient portal, to achieve the goal of ultra-personalised support and better follow-up for each patient.
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exolis, an expert in the connected patient pathway, offers a complete, multi-service and multi-pathology patient portal that strengthens the link between the patient and the hospital. Designed for health establishments, institutions and general practitioners, exolis is a white-label partner in the digital transformation of the medical world.
The application is built around and for the patient, allowing him or her to enter a supervised care pathway in the institution and at home (making appointments, reception terminal, adapted and personalised medical follow-up, teleconsultation, online payments, electronic signature of consent, etc.). exolis works with a strong conviction: the involvement of the patient in all stages of his or her care pathway, even administrative, is a strong vector for therapeutic success.