Engaging for patients
Offering complete information at the surgery level . Designed like a digital buddy giving the right information before, during and after hospital.
Easy-to-use for hospitals
Better patient recovery
What is the starting point ?
A patient undergoing a surgery at the hospital has potentially many questions – both general and practical questions.
Doctors and nurses have limited time to spend on each patient (and their relatives). They must choose what information they focus on and cannot answer all questions.
Existing written information is often very scattered in different letters, brochures and websites and it is up to patients to find their way in the information maze.
What is Hoopigo ?
>> An easy-to-use solution for hospitals to support patients throughout their surgery journey, from before surgery to recovery at home.
What are the benefits for hospitals?
» Saves time for doctors and nurses
» Easy to update
» Easy to customize at the surgery level
» One single source of information for the web and paper documentation thanks to an integrated PDF builder
What is the expected impact?
Save time for doctors and nurses.
For the hospitals, “Hoopi patient” gives doctors and nurses the possibility to be more effective in their interactions with patients.
Doctors and nurses would like to have more time with patients, but the reality is that their time is limited.
Thanks to Hoopigo, they can easily refer patients to relevant, complete and quality proofed information. They can have better quality time with patients, focusing on the critical messages that can only be conveyed through an interaction.
Decrease hospital readmissions.
There is a trend towards more day surgeries/ ambulatory care. Patients are quickly sent back home with potentially many questions and stress regarding their state of health.
A high cost for hospital and more generally for the healthcare system is related to patients going back to hospital, often through the Emergency unit. Hoopigo helps patients better manage their recovery at home and thus limit unnecessary hospital readmissions.
Enhance patient recovery.
By being more active and having access to the right type of information, patients can possibly recover quicker and have less risks of relapse.