digital health

Be-Link have extensive experience, knowledge and strategy management experience in:

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The use of Telemedicine helps in optimising resources to increase efficacy, and by reducing the need for hospitalisation. Telemedicine offers ” hospital at home” and “bedless” hospital opportunities. H2H, from hospital to home could generate new revenue streams, helping patients to have a better quality of life.

Remote telemonitoring is widely used for those affected by chronic conditions and require regular monitoring and consultation,  and also for doctor and nurse training. 

All telemedicine processes are designed with safety, security and resilience of paramount importance. Thorough training in all systems are offered by Be-Link as well as follow-up, maintenance and update.

Benefits include:

  • Easy access and use
  • Improve patient comfort level
  • International recognition
  • Cost reduction
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Second Opinion

Second opinions and additional treatment options aren't always easy and affordable. We help to build a medical network of specialists through simple, effective and tested software infrastructure, where the patients can further investigate confirmation of their diagnosis and equip them with further expertise about his/her disease. The same infrastructure can be used to create a network of external consultants for small hospital, or clinics. We also help to define agreements with well known overseas Medical Organizations.

Benefits include:

  • Easy access and use
  • Greater comfort level for the patient
  • International recognition
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Remote Training

While training on the job is an ongoing requirement, new hospitals especially require intensive staff training for specific tools and equipment, new management systems and logistical requirements etc. Be-link can support remote training, developed in collaboration with an international medical organisation with specific experience in this field.

Benefits include:

  • Cost effectiveness
  • High flexibility
  • Access to different skills
  • Cheap access to international skills
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Wound Telecare

In the case of problematic wounds frequently affecting the elderly, frail, and non- or poorly-ambulatory patients and those individuals with general poor health, telemedicine not only increases access to specialists for patients in rural settings but also facilitates communication in urban settings, reducing costly, emotionally and physically stressful transportation and shortening the time needed for implementation of management plans with or without surgical intervention. Better care for patients and improved health care depends on the availability of accurate information, which is accessible when and where it is needed. The development of technology, more specifically the Internet, has expanded the means whereby information can be acquired and transmitted over large distances enabling the concept of telemedicine to become a reality. Wound healing and wound management is thus a prime candidate for telemedicine. Development of a suitable telemedical system in this field has a significant effect on wound care in the community, tertiary referral patterns and hospital admission rates.

Benefits include:

  • Healing time reduction up to 50%
  • Better patient quality of life
  • Cost reduction up to 38%
  • Impoved healing rate
  • Shorter healing time
  • Increased skills of the local nurses
  • Less time spent in hospitals, less travel time
  • Increased patient satisfaction
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Distributed Healthcare Environment (DHE)

An Integrated Platform Solution

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 The DHE is a solution proposed by be-link for the Middle East, Iran and India market in collaboration with CSP Italia.

The DHE is a Service Architecture managing integrated patient-centered data assets, successfully adopted in Europe by several large hospitals and healthcare organizations. 

  • Integration of all services in “Patient Centric” logic
  • Assuring compliant and simpler Health data governance
  • Easier management control
  • Infrastructure cost reduction 
  • SW maintenance cost reduction
  • Lower clinical risk management
  • No data redundancy, less data errors
  • Independency of vendor choice
  • Integration across organizations and territories

In a nutshell: “better Efficiency and increased Effectiveness