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    eHealthPass award at the DRIVER+ Advanced Crisis Management Conference

    Thessaloniki, 21 February, 2020 – eHealthPassTM, our innovative digital health solution, was awarded the 2nd place among 17 solutions by the Crisis Management Innovation Europe (CMINE) and is recognised as a top life-saving solution during a crisis situation. The award ceremony took place during the DRIVER+ Advanced Crisis Management Conference, on 19-20 February in Brussels.

    The conference was attended by 300 international participants, bringing together policy makers, solution providers, and crisis management practitioners and experts. During the conference, we had the opportunity to discuss and emphasize the critical role of eHealthPassTM in a crisis situation.

    Dr. Fotis Gonidis discussing the potentials of eHealthPassTM in the management of a crisis situation
    Dr. Fotis Gonidis discussing the potentials of eHealthPassTM in the management of a crisis situation

    In cases of a crisis, such as natural disasters, a large number of injured civilians are admitted to health care points and require immediate treatment. The healthcare professionals face in a very short time the challenge to perform an accurate diagnosis and proceed with the appropriate treatment (procedures, administering medications etc.). The lack of timely access to patients’ medical records could lead to increasing the diagnosis time and even worse proceeding with a wrong treatment which can potentially be deadly for the patient (e.g. administering a medication that can cause side-effects, such as an allergy reaction).

    Gnomon Informatcis SA booth at the Driver+ conference, Dr. Fotis Gonidis
    Gnomon Informatcis SA booth at the Driver+ conference, Dr. Fotis Gonidis

    eHealthPassTM, our patient-centered solution allows patients to securely carry and manage their complete medical information via their phone. In the case of crisis, the healthcare professionals can obtain instant access to the medical information of the patient, thus enabling them to perform an accurate and timely diagnosis and proceed with the appropriate treatment procedures. The medical information is presented in the form of Patient Summary which comprises key elements of a person’s health profile such as critical problems and conditions, allergies, medication, vaccinations, aiming to serve as a window to a person’s health prior to the disaster

    Contact person:
    Fotis Gonidis
    Gnomon Informatics SA
    +30 210 7001635
    f.gonidis@gnomon.com.gr