What is "Mon Espace Santé" ?
Mon espace santé is your new digital health record! This secure service offered by the French national health insurance scheme allows you to store your medical documents and share your health information with your healthcare professionals.
Your hospital discharge documents are in Mon Espace Santé !
Mon espace santé is a secure service offered by the Assurance Maladie that allows you to store your medical documents and share your health information with your healthcare professionals: letters to your GP, prescriptions, operation reports, medical summaries, etc... To make your healthcare process easier, the medical documents produced during your stay are now available in Mon espace santé.
To activate your account: download the mobile application or go to monespacesante.fr with your Vitale card. In the "Activer Mon Espace Santé " section, you can create your login and password.
Do you have any questions about Mon espace santé or need help activating it ? Call 3422 free of charge (mainland France) or meet a Mon espace santé ambassador at a Maison France Service.
Messagerie Sécurisée Professionnelle de Santé (MSSanté Pro)
MSSanté Pro is a secure messaging system reserved for healthcare professionals. It enables personal health data to be exchanged by e-mail.
The challenge of dematerialisation, for the healthcare sector as for others, is real:
- saving time in exchanges between all the players in the care pathway, so that more time can be devoted to patient care;
- Saving space and filing space when archiving documents by implementing digital processes.
The deployment of MSSanté is helping to develop the use of e-health to improve the coordination and quality of healthcare.
What is "ViaTrajectoire" ?
ViaTrajectoire is a free, secure, public service for hospital professionals and professionals in the medico-social sector.
It enables upstream users to easily identify the structure or structures capable of taking charge of the patient's care plan.
It provides personalised guidance to help patients on their way out of hospital.