We had a rich and productive 2022, with the successful launch of our learning management platform Formeo, a record number of new customers, new users and courses created in Interneo. We also participated in numerous events and conferences, collaborated with many partners and look forward to continued growth and development to continue to provide quality solutions that meet the needs of healthcare professionals.
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Valuing the experience of your nurses and allowing them to learn new skills through continuing education is essential for the well-being of your staff and for the quality of care
The Walloon start-up Opal Solutions has set up a tool to estimate in real time and predict in the short term the workload in hospital nursing services. The goal? To allocate resources in the best possible way and to relieve nurses of tasks that are not related to their job.
Does the nursing shortage really exist? Arnaud Bruyneel, a doctoral student in public health on the nursing workload in intensive care, explains the figures related to this shortage and how we arrived at such a situation.
Digitizing internship management? It's a win-win situation for interns and hospitals alike. By opting for Interneo, Iris Sud hospitals continue to improve the experience and well-being of student nurses on placement in their institutions while saving precious time.
The volume of data collected and stored in hospitals is constantly growing. So much so that in a few years, it will no longer be possible for them to process it alone. They will have to turn to other storage solutions such as the Cloud.
Technology is revolutionizing the way hospitals operate, fostering relationships between employees, collaborators and their partners. It plays an essential role in the development of your establishment. Our two solutions Careboard and Interneo are part of this dynamic.
Since its inception, Opal Solutions' mission has been to [...]
Communication in hospitals is essential. Efficiency is the main concern and the reality on the ground leaves little room for the human aspect. A return to good communication can be a first step to improve this situation.