Digital patient services 
for precision medicine

Precision medicine aims to offer treatments and preventive interventions tailored to the individual characteristics of each patient. Digital services can play a crucial role in enabling patients to:

1. Access their health data:

Patient portals and healthcare applications enable patients to consult their test results, prescriptions and medical data in real time.
This enables them to better understand their health and actively participate in their care.

2. Monitor their health at home:

Connected objects and tracking applications enable patients
to monitor their vital parameters, physical activity and other
health indicators. This data can then be transmitted to healthcare
professionals for personalized follow-up and early intervention
where necessary.

3. Participate in medical research:

Online platforms enable patients to enroll in clinical studies
and contribute to medical research. This accelerates the development
of new treatments and improves our understanding of diseases.

4. Communicate with
healthcare professionals:

Teleconsultation and secure messaging enable patients
to communicate with their doctors and obtain medical advice at a distance.
This facilitates access to care and reduces waiting times.

5. Benefit from therapeutic
support and education:

Online platforms and mobile applications offer therapeutic
education programs and support groups for patients with
chronic diseases. This enable patients to acquire the knowledge
and skills they need to manage their disease on a daily basis.

In conclusion, digital services offer a wide range of possibilities for patients, 
and contribute to the advent of more personalized and participative medicine.

Thanks to iRevolution's solutions, we can implement digital solutions rapidly to accelerate the deployment of precision medicine: by diagnozing pathology at the earliest possible stage, by verifying the patient's suitability for treatment, by initiating individualized care.

Scientific sources :

Digital health and precision medicine: a narrative review:

The role of digital technologies in precision medicine:

Patient engagement in precision medicine: challenges and opportunities:

National Institutes of Health (NIH) – Precision Medicine Initiative:

HIMSS – Digital Health: transformation-overview