Experimentation of ‘Link for Health’, a new Telehealth application in Cochin Hospital, France
Orange and Cochin Hospital have experimented ‘Link for Health’, a new Telehealth application in the Department of Oncology of Cochin Hospital, France.
This new application allows a complete Telehealth service combining mobile application, sensors and questionnaires to return by internet to healthcare team.
The purpose of this paper is to analyse and experiment the effectiveness of the Telehealth service, in oral and intravenous anti-cancer therapy to improve clinical and process outcomes.
Results were analysed in terms of benefits for the patients and the hospital team.
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