Currently, the application is being tested in 200 patients with LaRecion's diabetes. Objective: To improve the monitoring of the patient's medical course, to strengthen coordination between diabetes and other professionals as well as with nurses. And, ultimately, the number of amputations of the diabetes mellitus is decreasing, which is currently 250 each year. This application is the result of the reflection of healthcare professionals through the support of the Indian Ocan Licensed Physicians Union and the Indonesian Sant Ocan Regional Agency. After all, Gcoplaies, not Runon, could have known international development.
In Runon, where diabetes is a pathology, there are 250 annual foot amputations in the context of this pathology. A number that warned in 2014 of some healthcare professionals who created the application: Gcoplaies.
The principle of this application is to coordinate the pathway of a patient with multiple injuries and to improve the coordination of the care of patients in health care professionals. The goal of Gecoplaire is to reduce the number of annual amputations due to complicated delays.
Gcoplaies makes it possible to accept expert opinion in a timely manner, improving the medical time, diagnosis of wound healogy, diagnosis or enhancement of the disease, and the treatment of the underlying disease. , illness or disease and appropriate wound management, enhanced nursing / doctor coordination, not to mention pediatricians.
Medical data is transmitted through a secure platform protecting medical secrecy. Therefore, Gecoplaies is part of the currently available La Runion medical program, especially through the OIIS platform.