One application is currently being tested in 200 diabetic patients. The objective: to improve the follow-up of the patient's medical course, to reinforce the coordination between diabolists and other specialists, as well as with nurses. And, finally, reduce the number of diabetic foot amputations, currently totaling 250 per year on the island. This application is the result of the reflection of health professionals, with the support of the Union of Doctors Ocan Licensed Ocan and the Regional Agency of Sant Ocan Indian. Eventually, Gcoplaies, not The Runion, could know an international development.
In Runion, where diabetes is a pathology, 250 annual foot amputations occur in the context of this pathology. A number that in 2014 warned some health care professionals who created an application: Gcoplaies.
The principle of this application is to coordinate the path of the patient with a complex wound and to improve the coordination of patient care by health professionals. The goal of Gecoplaies is to reduce the number of annual amputations related to complex cases of delayed healing.
Gcoplaies allows access to expert opinion within an acceptable timeframe, improving physician time, wound diagnosis, diagnosis of co-morbidities or contributing factors, as well as treatment of the underlying disease. , co-morbidities or contributing factors, and appropriate wound management, reinforcing nurse / physician coordination, not to mention chiropodists.
Medical data travels through a secure platform that protects medical confidentiality. Gecoplaies is therefore part of the medical program now available La Runion, in particular through the OIIS platform.