Connected biomedical devices – syringe pumps, monitors, respirators, foetal monitors, etc – provide a wealth of vital information within healthcare departments. Transmitting this data directly into patient files improves medical treatment and healthcare management.
When the Grenoble Mutualist Hospital Group – a private healthcare provider with over 430 beds – changed its Electronic Patient Record (EPR) system, it started a process to connect 112 different biomedical devices to the new software it uses to govern healthcare records in several departments and units by using the ENOVACOM Patient Connect solution which included configuration, implementing schedules, training sessions, etc.
In this case study, you’ll discover what technology is used and how this project has benefitted the Grenoble Mutualist Hospital Group thanks to interviews with Grégory Morin, IT Project Manager, Christine Dyck, Healthcare Supervisor in the USC and USIC departments, and Pierre Desvignes, Biomedical Engineer at the helm of the project.
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Enovacom is 100% software. Its biomedical interoperability solution is independent of medical device manufacturers and publishers of clinical software or business solutions. Based on expertise […]