Supporting innovation and information-sharing projects in the healthcare field is of crucial importance to Santé Services.
Information and innovation are fundamental pillars for Santé Services. Well-managed information enables informed decision-making, promotes operational efficiency and strengthens competitiveness. Similarly, innovation – whether technological, strategic or organizational – stimulates growth by opening up new opportunities and responding to market trends. Together, information and innovation create a dynamic environment conducive to adapting to change, an essential element in ensuring a company’s long-term sustainability and success.
The GRIFFIN project
Santé Services, in collaboration with Laboratoire Réunis, Luxembourg Air Ambulance S.A. and POST Luxembourg, are collaborating on an innovative, cutting-edge project to explore the possibility of transporting medical samples by drone.
Drones are an emerging technology with great potential in the healthcare sector, offering healthcare providers new solutions for delivering medical equipment and samples.
In this pioneering, forward-thinking project for the Grand Duchy, the four parties involved will examine the potential of using drones for blood sample deliveries. The main objective is to conduct an in-depth technical feasibility study demonstrating the benefits of this state-of-the-art transport method, which include:
- Increased speed and safety
- Environmentally friendly
- Reduced urban congestion
- Easy monitoring and follow-up
“Health Bells – Meng Gesondheet an ech“, a new periodical published by Mediahuis Luxembourg and Santé Service that focuses on your health, from prevention to hospitalization and, hopefully, recovery.
Our editorial mission is to provide readers with accurate and reliable information in a complex and constantly evolving field.
Health Bells aims to inform and educate the public about health through in-depth articles, special features, expert opinions and other informative and practical editorial formats.
The Health Bells magazine, which will appear four times a year, is edited by an editorial board that works closely with health professionals. It’s the know-how of these people in the field, it’s their expertise that makes the health bells ring. Making the patient a true partner of healthcare professionals is one of the priorities of the Hôpitaux Robert Schuman‘ group, which is collaborating on this project.
Wou deet et wéi?
“Wou deet et wéi?” is a campaign highlighting the progress of medicine and clinical practices over time. Edited by Santé Services, in collaboration with the Hôpitaux Robert Schuman and RTL Luxembourg, the video and podcast series comprises two seasons and covers a wide range of medical topics:
- Anaesthesia and intensive care
- Training of nurses and orderlies
- Thoracic surgery
- Cardiac surgery
- Clinical research
- Vascular surgery
- Hospital pharmacy