Benefits for the hospitals
We have developed a digital solution to support surgery patients, which is easy to use for hospitals and engaging for patients.
It is called “Hoopi patient“.
Easy to use for hospitals
Intuitive admin interface
It is easy to create new surgeries and update the information.
It is easy to create customized information for each type of surgery. No limits in the number of surgeries!
Single data source
A single data source for the web and paper documents. It is easy to create brochures in PDF format directly from the platform.
Use of multi-media and multi-language
Every patient is different. Some patients get a better understanding through pictures and films. It is possible to use multi-media (films) as well as different languages.
Engaging for patients
Always there: before, during and after hospital
Supports surgery patients throughout their journey, from before hospital to their recovery at home.
No need to look at different sources of information. All information is included! And it is quality-proofed.
The tone of Hoopi patient is friendly and encouraging. A little character, « Hoopi », acts as an interactive digital buddy and helps patients along the way.
Easy to use
Easy to use for patients and relatives – on a tablet, a mobile phone or a computer. Anythime, anywhere. No need to download an app!
Time and costs savings for hospitals
« Hoopi patient » allows doctors and nurses to save time in their interactions with patients. They can refer patients to a comprehensive and updated information. They have more time to answer patients’ concerns and can focus on the critical messages that they need to convey.
Hoopi patients saves also time with respect to information updates. There is a single source of information to update (for both paper and web) and the admin interface is simple to use.
It is expected that the patient is more in control of her treatment, thus requiring less time from the medical staff. By being less stressed and more in control when going home, there is possibly less risk to go back to hospital. It can in its turn decrease the volume of hospital readmissions.
Better recovery for patients
By having relevant and reassuring information throughout their journeys, patients (and their relatives) have more control over their recovery and thus can better anticipate and manage their health.
By being more in control, patients can possibly better harness their stress and invest their energy in their own recovery.