The Cameroonian Aymard Djadchin won last September, the “We Data Challenge”, organized by LumenAi at the University of Pau in France. The We Data Challenge distinguishes the start-up projects considered as the most relevant and which integrate artificial intelligence.
“Artificial Intelligence and Health” was one of the main themes for this year’s meeting. Aymard Djadchin presented “Hospisoft“, an application that automates the medical process, from the reception of the patient to its exit, through reception, consultation, hospitalization or surgery.
The software of the Cameroonian inventor makes it possible to manage all the services of a clinic, both medically and administratively.
In its operation, the software thanks to its artificial intelligence system, analyzes the parameters, the symptoms and the results of examinations to propose to the doctor a medical diagnosis. It is also possible to control allergic and other prescriptions thus reducing medical errors. “Hospisoft” can even generate prescriptions and other documents to save time.
A computer engineer by training, Aymard Djadchin is the founder of Universal Software, a software design company, based in Douala.