GCS e-Santé Bourgogne Selects CSC to Implement eTICSS Program
News Release -- May 25, 2016
Building Collaboration with Digital Technologies Across the Healthcare and Social Care Ecosystem
PARIS, France, May 25, 2016 – CSC (NYSE: CSC), a global leader in next-generation IT services and solutions, today announced that it has been selected by GCS e-Santé Bourgogne to implement the eTICSS program, whose goal is to build collaboration among healthcare and social care professionals in both public and private sectors.
Initially focused on the North of the Saône et Loire area and representing a population of 350,000, eTICSS (Territoire Innovant Coordonné Santé Social, or Innovative Social Care Coordination) will enable the implementation of a patient-centered, end-to-end care ecosystem connecting health and social care. The program will enable information sharing among professionals, driving the development of coordinated and collaborative working practices. It will help hospitals operate as a single network, streamline relationships between ambulatory care and hospital clinicians, enhance care coordination and closely engage social care services after patients return home.
Aligned with the Agence Régionale de Santé (Regional Health Agency) e-Health strategy and national policy guidelines, eTICSS is one of five government-sponsored initiatives that comprise the Territoire de Soin Numérique (Digital Care Territory) program. Territoire de Soin Numérique is intended to develop cutting-edge use of next-generation digital technologies in healthcare. This program has received approximately $90 million in public funding from the Investissements d’Avenir (Investments for the Future) budget.
CSC will work with Orion Health, a global provider of clinical workflow and integration technology for the healthcare sector and various local third-party providers to deliver the program. CSC will lead the design, development and implementation of the solution, which includes Orion’s Rhapsody® Integration Engine. The solution comprises a patient information portal, care pathway workflow services, patient scheduling and technology-enabled collaboration services for healthcare professionals. It will also provide eTICSS with advanced statistics and indicators analytics, enabling healthcare providers to evaluate and improve the quality and delivery of care services.
“We have found that CSC shares the eTICSS vision and goals of a patient-oriented, e-Health system that breaks down organizational silos and enables multidisciplinary practices to improve healthcare provisioning,” said José Godfroy, chief executive officer of GCS e-Santé Bourgogne.
“A key part of CSC’s Agile Health strategy is developing and delivering services that enable healthcare providers to manage and enhance the health of the population they serve”, said Andrea Fiumicelli, CSC vice president and general manager for Healthcare and Life Sciences. “The eTICSS program is an exciting initiative, which has the potential to improve health outcomes across the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region, and we’re proud to be part of it.”
CSC (NYSE: CSC) leads clients on their digital transformation journeys. The company provides innovative next-generation technology services and solutions that leverage deep industry expertise, global scale, technology independence and an extensive partner community. CSC serves leading commercial and international public sector organizations, including some of the world’s leading healthcare providers. CSC is a Fortune 500 company and ranked among the best corporate citizens. For more information, visit us at www.dxc.technology and www.dxc.technology/healthcare.
ABOUT GCS e-SANTÉ BOURGOGNE
GCS e-Santé Bourgogne is a cooperative group, whose membership comprises public and private health and social care providers in Burgundy, now part of the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region of France. It focuses on e-Health initiatives and its activities include the regional implementation of national information systems policies, and the implementation of projects on behalf of its members and the regional health agency.