Our process.

  1. During the first medical check, the doctor will give the patient a personalized link to our server (the address of the website and a personal password) and will select the relevant questionnaires (grievances, biometry, scales and questionnaires). Required time: 15 seconds
  2. Once the patient is at home or in the waiting room, the patient will be able to complete all the various stages requested at their own pace. They will then be guided by a “tutorial” in the form of interactive menus and videos. Each step will have to be completed before the patient can validate them.
  3. Once all the steps are completed and validated, our program will classify, calculate and format a report on the work done by the patient.
  4. This report will instantly be sent to the doctor by e-mail and the patient will be informed by e-mail that the doctor has received all the information.

The patient will be able to complete the steps either on a tablet (in the waiting room for instance) or on a computer (at home or at work). It will be possible to complete this work all at once or at their own pace, by going back to it as often as they wish.

We would like to set up and make available specialized (or non specialized) practitioners, and an environment for diagnostic assistance for sleep disorders.

This environment will include medical history gathering or assessment tools through approved questionnaires suited for everybody. As a result, precious time will be saved while ensuring a thorough and rigorous adjustment.

The doctor will give a link to the patient who will then be able to remotely complete the various tasks relevant for their file, and for reaching a diagnosis for the patient’s problem.

The program will compile, sort and work out the data provided by the patient and immediately present them to the practitioner. The latter will then be able to take this data into consideration for the consultation adjustment.

We will obtain a better definition and classification of the patient’s grievances (all of them, their frequency and intensity), and an objective and semi-quantitative assessment of causes and consequences (scales of tiredness and doziness; classification of anxiety or mood problems, etc.)

The amount of time saved is significant, everything will be considered, and analytic accuracy will be greatly improved.

In the second phase, further developments will be possible, such as diagnostic assistance (based on algorithms and decisions); follow-up on grievances over time; integrating new personalized questionnaires; examining drug interactions (between treatments the patient is receiving and their potential effects on the quality of sleep or the outbreak of sleep pathologies); and analyzing and entering information obtained with other techniques into the file.

In addition, it will be a multilingual tool available in the patient’s native language.

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