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Yooli joins Lifen Platform

French up-and-coming care pathway management solution speeds up its interoperability game.


Paris, October 11th 2022 | Lifen, France's fastest-growing health interoperability start-up, announced today a new partnership with Yooli, a care pathway management solution that saves healthcare staff time while drastically improving the experience of patients admitted to the hospital or recently discharged.

Since the onset of the novel coronavirus pandemic, care pathway and hospital workflow management solutions are in high demand. Providers seek innovative solutions that can simplify and streamline bureaucratic procedures, shorten the time patients spend in waiting rooms pre-admission, and free medical staff from repetitive tasks. Patients, on their end, are well aware of the dangers of hospital-acquired infections (coronavirus being just one example) and are increasingly reliant on telemedicine and digital solutions that allow them to take ownership of their health and well-being.

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Uncomplicating hospital stays

Yooli, a start-up company born in a French hospital and conceived by hospital staff, developed a helpful and user-friendly solution that takes the shape of an online patient portal. With Yooli Patient Portal, patients are encouraged to complete administrative procedures from the comfort of their own homes. This reduces stress, limits the possibility of contagion with healthcare-associated infections by speeding up the admission process, and helps patients know beforehand what to expect before, during and after their hospital stay. Through their online dashboard, they can also follow up with their care team remotely via teleconsultation or chat, securely share medical documents and obtain advice to help them navigate home care.

In joining Lifen Platform, Yooli can now be deployed three times faster in hospital IT systems. As the sole project manager, Lifen handles all interoperability and scaling challenges behind the scenes so more patients can benefit from Yooli Patient Portal’s valuable features while ensuring optimal data security and full regulatory compliance. This also saves Yooli, an up-and-coming health tech start-up, invaluable time and energy that can now be focused entirely on improving and expanding its offer of care pathway management features.

Interoperability-as-a-Service: deploying and scaling faster

As the newest member of Lifen Platform, Yooli can now be deployed in any of Lifen’s 800 customer hospitals and clinics in under a few weeks. With one FHIR single connector, Yooli can be plugged into any Information System and electronically communicate with any systems the application might need to run optimally. To ensure a perfect identity match between existing facility patients and new Yooli accounts, an HL7 data highway connects Yooli directly to both the Patient Administration System. Likewise, at the end of the line, any data generated within Yooli can be easily ingested into the Electronic Health Record.

By offering a fully interoperable service, Yooli can now reach its full potential as a highly dependable digital health solution. Interoperability comes with the additional benefit of improved user-friendliness, a precursor to user adoption at a scale.

Yooli is a valuable addition to our catalogue of plug-and-play digital solutions, Lifen Platform. We are proud and delighted to see our partnerships broaden our offer of health tech solutions that can drastically change the lives of patients and healthcare staff for the better, commented Franck Le Ouay, Lifen’s CEO.

Lucy Chambel

Lucy is a writer, media specialist and proud polyglot. She is passionate about innovation, linguistics, and art.

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