Home care: a model against the prevailing trends today
The transport of goods and people, the banking sector as well as hotels and restaurants have been transformed by the introduction of connected objects and the development of social networks. Home care today is ill adapted to new consumption habits and the reality of a goods-and-services economy that has become increasingly flexible and mobile. This paradoxical finding is also in contradiction with the internal dynamics of professions that have considerably simplified and reduced the performance time in an increasing number of procedures. Quality care for everyone, anytime, anywhere, at the best price
Quality care for everyone, anytime, anywhere, at the best price.
More than a technical solution, a new way of imagining home care. Many types of care, complex and long, can be performed only at the cabinet or clinic setting. Others, shorter, mastered and equally essential, can nevertheless be organized at home, in a less restrictive way, for patients’ comfort and practitioners’ convenience.
A model of care access for the convenience of society and the relevant professions
flyCARE aims first to support and improve the evolution of care professions, aligning them with all opinion surveys and socioeconomic trends. If legal adaptation work for each country appears necessary, particularly in medical and paramedical areas, it is also clear that flyCARE responds primarily to the demands of society and professionals.