An application is currently being tested in 200 LaRecion diabetic patients. The aim: improve the follow-up of the patient's medical course, strengthen the coordination between the diabetologists and the other specialists as well as the nurses. And, finally, reduce the number of diabetic foot amputations, now numbering 250 each year on the island. This application is the reflection of the healthcare professionals' reflection, supported by the Union of Indian ocans licensed doctors and regional authorities in Sant Ocan Indian. Eventually Gcoplaies, not The Runion, were able to know international development.
At Runion where diabetes is a pathology, 250 annual amputations of the foot occur in connection with this pathology. One figure in 2014 warned some healthcare professionals who created an application: Gcoplaies.
The principle of this application is to coordinate the patient's path with a complicated wound and improve the coordination of patient care by healthcare professionals. The purpose of Gecoplaies is to reduce the number of annual amputations associated with complex cases of delayed healing.
Gcoplaies gives access to specialist opinion within an acceptable time, by improving medical time, diagnosis of wound tiology, diagnosis of medmorbidities or contributing factors as well as management of the underlying disease. medmorbidities or contributing factors and appropriate wound management, strengthening nurse / medical coordination, not to mention chiropodists.
Medical data transits through a secure platform that protects medical confidentiality. Gecoplaies are therefore part of the medical program now available La Runion, especially through the OIIS platform.