Wraptor, editor of solutions for healthcare professionals, meets the expectations of the Centre Chirurgical des Princes in Boulogne-Billancourt by supporting it in the evolution of its information system and the interfacing of its business applications with the Emed Electronic Patient Record from CS3I/Nexus.
The Centre Chirurgical des Princes is specialised in plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgery, maxillofacial surgery and digestive endoscopy. It also has expertise in ophthalmological surgery and interventional phlebology. https://centredesprinces.fr/
Within the framework of the evolution of its IS, the Centre Chirurgical des Princes wished to modernise the processing of its management operations, in particular by deploying the Emed Electronic Patient File from CS3I/Nexus.
In this context, the communication of this environment with the other applications used has become a strategic issue. To guarantee the success of this implementation, the use of a business EAI was decided: the Jeebop santé solution published by Wraptor was selected.
Coordinated by MEG Assistance, a specialist in IT production assistance services, the implementation of the project was a success. In concrete terms, Jeebop Santé handles all the administrative flows between the administrative management and the patient file, the flows with the Syseo digital dictation system and soon the document feedback from the Biology and Anapath laboratories. The EAI therefore plays a key role in the smooth running of the system, interoperability and the opening up of the Surgical Centre’s information system.
Patrick Desot, President of Wraptor: “We are proud to have been able to position ourselves as a central brick in the process of implementing the Electronic Patient Record. Our business approach coupled with a proven technology deployed in several hundred establishments has made the difference and will allow the clinic to rely on a high-performance, open IS that will allow them to streamline their management processes. In the end, the quality of the patient relationship and the working comfort of the teams will be significantly improved.”