In March, the Chalon sur Saône hospital (a key facility in the Saône-Et-Loire Bresse Morvan RHG in France) was preparing to face: “The most serious health crisis that France has had in a century“. They had to act quickly to double the number of its resuscitation beds from 16 to 32; 24 of which were earmarked exclusively to treat COVID-19 patients.
IT and biomedical teams are leading from the front to help and support healthcare teams by way of technical infrastructure and operational support. This interview with the Head of Biomedical Engineering, Stéphane KIRCHE, and Clinical Engineer at the Chalon-sur-Saône hospital, Alexandre BENOIST, sheds some light on the situation.
Download this case study to learn how the Chalon-sur-Saône hospital group managed the situation with Enovacom’s biomedical interoperability platform.