As part of the selection of its project by the “Coalition Innovation Santé*”, the start-up myCharlotte obtained the support of six partners, including Servier.
This support will enable myCharlotte to accelerate the development of “Bulle”, its remote supportive care application that improves the daily lives of cancer patients.
The concept of “Bulle” is unique in France: it involves bringing together, in a digital way, a coordinated team around each cancer patient to organize a personalized physical and psycho-body activity program and to consult professionals at a distance.
“In the context of Covid-19, supportive care has proven to be essential for patients with chronic diseases who may have had difficulties accessing care,” says Christophe Bellini, Transformation Projects Director, who coordinated Servier’s support to myCharlotte. “We are proud to support myCharlotte in deploying its solution for cancer patients. The “Bubble” application allows them to benefit from human support, which is based on digital technology, so that they can acquire autonomy in the management of their quality of life and consult healthcare professionals remotely”.
*Confronted with the health crisis related to the propagation of the Covid-19, the Group has joined the “Health Innovation Coalition – Health Crisis” in March. This coalition, which unites public and private health care stakeholders in France, has been set up to contribute to relieving congestion in the health system and ensuring patients with chronic diseases continue to be treated.