Recently, I have started on a trial of the new TAVIE app. Below are details of the app from an interview with Claire Kamoun, Director of Patient Engagement for TAVIE.What do you hope to accomplish with this new app?This innovative mobile application is intended to be a journey companion for people living with HIV. The app is designed to increase patients’ engagement with their care journey and adherence to their medication. Through interactive individualized coaching, the goals of TAVIE-HIV is to enhance empowerment and skill development to help users becomeSEE DETAILS
José Côté is Principal Scientist and Professor in the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Montréal. She is also the holder of the Research Chair in Innovative Nursing Practices.José is a founding member of the team that created TAVIE , a virtual nurse intervention program to support people with chronic conditions. TAVIE won a Care Challenge award in 2012 as part of the Connecting Nurses program. To celebrate the fifth year of success of the program we sat with José to discuss about her initiative and its evolution, asSEE DETAILS
Artificial intelligence, automation and the future of nursing– An article featuring TAVIERX was written by Wendy Glauser for Canadian Nurse. Technological change is already shaking up the profession. What is your relationship with technology going to be?Picture this: a patient walks into the emergency department and sits in front of the “triage nurse” — a computer that uses advanced algorithms to ask questions based on the patient’s answers. A robot draws the patient’s blood. Another one computes real-time nurse schedules and bed availability to decide if the patient can beSEE DETAILS
Paris, France – June 17th 2016 – TAVIE received the Finance-Innovation “Fintech” Award for their TAVIE-Plus application. The label recognizes application found “credible, strategic and innovative” by a committee of experts from the health insurance sector.<br /><br />The <strong>TAVIE Plus</strong> application is an innovative approach to engage at-risk individuals in healthier behavior and prevention by using a VirtualNurse (coach). The platform helps individuals identify their health risks and address them with a disease-tailored intervention. The product is built on a partnership between MedClinik SAS (France) and DomPlus.<br /><br /><em>“We are<a class="more-link" href="https://www.tavie.health/2017/01/19/tavie-receives-finance-innovation-finte...
The TAVIE VirtualNurse to help women living with HIV-AIDS. This project led by José Côté, a researcher at the Research Centre of the Hospital of the University of Montreal (CHUM Research Centre) and holder of the Research Chair on new nursing practices of the University of Montreal, has received national recognition by winning the Equality 2016 Thérèse Casgrain in the health category.<br /><br />The winning project, “From TAVIE-HIV to TAVIE-Woman: better meet the needs of women living with HIV” is a VirtualNurse intervention to support women living with HIV inSEE DETAILS