In response to the request of the Government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam to support the modernization of Hanoi Medical University (UMH) and the creation of a University Centre in Hanoi Hospitalo (CHUH) on the model of French Hospital, an agreement was signed between the French Development Agency and the Vietnamese Ministry of Investment Plan to help establish the new university hospital in Hanoi.
This project will increase the capacity of the current university hospital would increase from 300 to 750 beds (250 of the 500 current site and build a new site), improving the quality of care and the device medical education, improving the capacity and number of research.
Technical assistance with implementation of the UMH has proposed an action plan to meet those goals.
And in the broader context of the development of the Project Hospital Establishment (CDB) of the future CHU, the commitment of a study on the Master Plan of the Information System (SDSI) appears as an unavoidable necessity in view of major challenges currently faced by the university hospital, the constraints imposed on the institution in the transitional period 2014/2020, institutional expectations and needs expressed by the different actors involved in the project. Furthermore the state of the art in the field of hospital construction (see section Hospital Management Paris France in November 2008 Digital Hospital: a new evidence-based design in architecture White Paper “Future Hospital” publication ANAP GE Healthcare Sanesco 2012, or yet Congress Proceedings University of Montreal “Hospital of the Future” in June 2013 etc.) require organizations to review the care sectors, teaching and research in terms of the potential of digital innovations and before considering an architectural design of a new hospital.
To pretend carry out a mission of this importance, it was an international expertise, a true knowledge of digital technology, particularly in terms of building digital hospital, but also a capability based on field experience to understand organizations, situations far removed from the usual standards.
It is these advantages that the Co Leader Health was selected for this particularly interesting mission in the heart of a project of excellence.