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Telehealth brings together all activities (care, consultation, etc.) carried out between health professionals and their patients using digital technology.

Telehealth is made up of 2 areas of activity:

  • telemedicine for activities carried out remotely by a medical professional (doctor, midwife, dental surgeon)
  • telecare for activities carried out remotely by a pharmacist or a medical assistant (audiologists, dietitians, epithetists, occupational therapists, nurses, electroradiology technicians, masseurs-physiotherapists, ocularists, opticians-eyewear specialists, orthopedic specialists-orthotists, orthoprosthetists, speech therapists, orthoptists, chiropodists-podiatrists, pharmacists, podorthotists, psychomotor therapists, medical laboratory technicians).

  • Crew

    • Associate University Professor, Hospital Practitioner
      Coronagraphy and Angioplasty, Structural Interventional Cardiology
    • Project manager · general management
      Telehealth Referent
    • IT project manager
      Telehealth · PACS
  • Telemedicine

    Teleconsultation

    teleconsultation (general practitioner or specialist) remotely the use of information and communication technologies. The professional can assess the state of health of his patient and define the course of action to take next.

    The majority of specialties at Caen Normandie University Hospital offer teleconsultations.

    Tele·expertise

    Teleexpertise seek the opinion of one or more other colleagues digitally. The question asked and the answer provided do not necessarily occur simultaneously.

    Remote monitoring

    Remote monitoring is a type of remote patient care allowing a medical professional to interpret data collected at the patient's location through the use of a digital medical device

    Telemedical assistance

    Remote assistance allows a medical professional to remotely assist a colleague in carrying out a procedure

    Medical regulation

    Medical regulation carried out by SAMU · centers 15 makes it possible to provide a medical response remotely and guide the patient in their care pathway

  • Telecare

    Telecare

    Telecare for activities carried out remotely by a pharmacist or medical assistant (audioprosthetists, dieticians, epithetists, occupational therapists, nurses, electroradiology technicians, masseurs-physiotherapists, ocularists, opticians-eyewear specialists, orthopedic surgeons-orthotists, orthoprosthetists, speech therapists , orthoptists, chiropodists, pharmacists, podorthotists, psychomotor therapists, medical laboratory technicians)