Who could have helped to avoid that:
Avoidable hospital stays since 20084 409 043
Costs in € related to these stays since 200849 769 369 048
Avoidable Deaths Caused by SAEs since 2008117 804
Sources: Cy.Em Concept ; 2004 and 2009 ENEIS investigations
SAEs: 10,000 preventable deaths per yearSee the key figures
Contaminated healthcare professionals (healthcare buildings)31 171
Health professionals dead (healthcare buildings)16
General practitioners dead40
In France, 1st July 2020
Sources: Santé Publique France, Conseil National de l'Ordre des Médecins
No one can change the past, but we can all decide our tomorrows.
In order to prevent such a crisis from happening again, "SOS: Vital emergency" is:
Revealing our sick and incoherent society, this invisible virus will, in a few months, have succeeded in colonizing our planet, bringing the world's economy to a standstill and forcing more than 50% of the world's population to live in lockdowns.
Using the loopholes in our hospital and ambulatory care chain to get around, this "Covid-19" coronavirus has spread like wildfire through our healthcare systems, contaminating everything in its path, from caregivers to patients and all those involved...
Yet invisible to the naked eye, this little virus has just shown us three things:
They didn't know it was impossible so they did it.
To save a life, every second counts...
And knowing that, potentially, we're all in danger, and that in France, 10,000 deaths a year are preventable
174 professionals from all (medical) lines of work were mobilized to act to:
A human-centred public health project, designed to:
Resulting from mobilization and synergy:
Three public studies to date have demonstrated the importance of the risks associated with healthcare.
* American Institute of Medicine "To Err is Human" reports
Kohn L.T., Corrigan J.M., Donaldson M.S. (eds). To Err is Human: building a safer health system.
Washington, DC : National Academy Press, 1999.
** Results of national surveys conducted in 2009 and 2004 The objectives of the ENEIS survey were to estimate the incidence of serious adverse events linked to care (SAEs) during the care of patients in public and private health establishments.
Sources of the survey (ENEIS) from April to June 2009 in 251 units of 81 health establishments in 31 departments.
Aware that this virus is using the loopholes in our hospital care chain to spread like wildfire through our healthcare systems. Knowing full well that our interns and all the various stakeholders in the healthcare chain would find themselves on the front line helplessly facing this invisible enemy.
Faced with the urgency and seriousness of the situation, in order to break the chain of propagation of viruses in the chain of care, and fill the gaps in the chain of care that we identified. We had to urgently review, modify and adapt our project in order to adapt it to the behaviour of this type of virus.
We mobilized all the engineering offices we identified, interviewed new manufacturers and subcontractors in order to:
For a planet in search of a sense of wisdom and benevolence, your contribution will set in motion a process that will serve to:
SOS : Vital Emergency, a race against time!Click here to learn more
Let's save lives, give meaning to care, protect our caregivers.
It is together that we will win this fight against this epidemic.
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