In a care facility
We help care facilities transform themselves to gain in performance and innovation. Our e-health and telemedicine solutions improve organizations, medical collaboration, patient experience and its relationship with healthcare professionals.
They facilitate daily medical practice within the services and improve the coordination between the different actors. They make it possible to prioritize patients who need urgent care in emergencies. In nursing homes, our telemedicine station provides follow-up and medical assistance to reduce unplanned hospitalization.
VisioCheck®, our mobile and connected telemedicine station, has its rightful place in health care facilities to assist in the daily medical practice of hospital workers. VisioCheck® simplifies the measurement of vital constants and promotes assisted teleconsultation without moving patients out of bed. It brings considerable comfort to the establishment’s mobile teams by its lightness and ease of mobility. In the long-term care sector, this innovative telemedicine station makes it possible to teleconsult a resident-patient assisted by a nurse with a doctor at any time, thereby helping to reduce unplanned hospitalizations.
BW-Check-up® is based on an expert artificial intelligence system designed by emergency physicians who have been specialists in medical decision support for more than 30 years (MEDVIR inside). It delivers weighted diagnostic guidelines, an assessment of the degree of urgency and the recommended time for medical management on 5 levels, issued from a personalized questionnaire. For example, BW-Check-up® makes it possible to optimize the sorting of incoming patients in emergencies.
BewellConnect® collaborates with Conserto (SoftBank Distributor) to make Pepper the robot a health assistant. It helps to support patients in taking vital constants. Equipped with two cameras, facial recognition and a certain ability to detect emotions, it can accommodate patients in the consultation room, emergency room or reception of a nursing home, by pre-registering visitors or patients, while collecting the first data.