Pink October: facilitating breast cancer follow-up


October will again be dedicated to the breast cancer screening awareness campaign. While it is important to talk about screening, the medical experience of breast cancer patients is usually not discussed.


Their medical pathway is often long, full of medical appointments and therapeutic obligations. This is sometimes compounded by a lack of understanding of the disease and difficulties in finding answers to their questions.

One of the solutions that can be implemented by healthcare institutions to ease the burden on patients and encourage their involvement is the connected patient pathway. Why is it essential to develop connected patient pathway solutions for breast cancer?


Christophe Rosso, co-founder of exolis, a company specialising in the connected patient pathway which supports 12 cancer centres in the implementation of these solutions, discusses the key issues:

  1. What kind of digital follow-up for breast cancer patients?
  2. How to strengthen the link with the medical team through digital monitoring?
  3. What digital solutions to ensure patient access to information?
  4. What involvement of the patient in her care pathway?
  5. Why set up a remote patient pathway?
  6. How can we ensure less intrusive follow-up for patients?

About exolis

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.


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