The “Health Innovation Coalition – Health Crisis”, initiated by many public and private health players in France, and of which Servier is a partner, announced on Thursday April 30th the selection of new projects and the extension of its call for projects until May 7th.
Since its launch on March 25th, the call for projects has been a great success with more than 350 qualified projects and more than a hundred needs identified by healthcare structures and patient associations.
Four new projects have just been selected in the field of remote monitoring of the care pathway and monitoring of medical data:
- Calmedica, telemonitoring and remote monitoring of patients by SMS;
- Cureety, a telemonitoring platform designed for a patient at home to improve quality of life and optimize medical interventions;
- Ad Scientiam, a home monitoring solution for patients suffering from illnesses neurological (multiple sclerosis) and not being able to attend a consultation;
- myCharlotte with its web application Bulle, which offers more than 30 audio activities and video, specifically adapted to people with cancer, to do at home.
The “Health Innovation Coalition – Health Crisis”, initiated by many public and private health players in France, and of which Servier is a partner, aims at developing and implementing innovative solutions in health, thus relieving the congestion in the French health care system and allowing patients suffering from chronic diseases to continue to be treated in the context of the spread of Covid-19.