Transforming the patient experience with telehealth in Europe

France

Vigisante

Vigisante

Vigisante SAS was created in 2010 with the goal of developing telemedicine solutions for managing long term diseases and reducing health risks by using new telemedicine solutions for managing long term diseases and reducing new techonologies. The company is especially concentrated on high blood pressure and other cardiovascular diseases.

Vigisante SAS proposes to French companies screening programmes and healthcare programs combining monitoring from distance and well-being coaching. The company helps people affected by high blood pressure to manage their disease on the long term, making use of the following devices;

  • Online electronic measurement devices
  • Decision aids devices
  • Medical care devices
  • Multi-interfaced information

Wesbite:

Vigisante – https://www.programmevigisante.fr/

Telecom Bretagne – Institut Mines Telecom

 Telecom BretageFounded in 1977, Institut Mines-Telecom, Telecom Bretagne is an engineering school and an international research centre in information technology. With two campuses in Brest andRennes, and a programme at ISAE, Toulouse, Telecom Bretagne trains about one thousand students (including 40% foreign students) each year in Masters of Engineering and PhD programmes. The school is a founding member of the European University of Bretagne and partner of four innovation clusters.

Telecom Bretagne is part of the Institute Mines-Telecom, the leading French organization in engineering education. Driven by innovation, the Institute Mines-Telecom has been awarded Carnot certification for the quality of its research in partnership with industry; creating more than 100 start-ups every year in its business incubators.

The LUSSI Department (Logics in Uses, Social Science and Information Science) was made up of two departments having complementary activities. One group is specialised in artificial intelligence and cognitive sciences while the other focuses on economics and social sciences. 20 professors and lecturers and 17 PhD students make up the department. Present on both the campuses of Brest and Rennes, the LUSSI department is a real multidisciplinary team working on topics such as:

  • Mathematics
  • Computer science
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Decision making
  • Economics
  • Law
  • Sociology

One research axis is health economics and its application on e-health or telemedicine: economic assessment, multidimensional assessment, business models.

Website:

Telecom Bretagne – http://www.telecom-bretagne.eu/

French Ministry of Health

French Ministry of Health

French Ministry of Health – General Directorate of Healthcare (DGOS).
The DGOS is in charge of the deployment of the National Program of Telemedicine and coordinates the public policies in support of the development of telemedecine projects in France.

 

Website:

French Ministry of Health http://www.sante.gouv.fr/la-direction-generale-de-l-offre-de-soins.html 

 

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