Berger-Levrault develops solutions dedicated to health stakeholders in the public and mental health industries. Aims: to enhance the well-being of patients and the elderly while making it easier for health care stakeholders to carry out tasks and provide support to friends and relatives.

Digital technologies enhance the human bond

Aging populations, keeping the elderly at home, all-around concern with well-being, factoring in environmental factors, inclusive society and so on. Society is changing and such changes have a big impact on the health care industry.

Access to information is one of the major challenges: without efficient information systems, the quality of care of the monitored individual whether it be a patient, a senior or person with a disability, goes down.

From the meal consisting of fine foods well-liked by a senior delivered right to his home to the instructions given by the physician for physical therapy services or nursing services, the prospects offered by digital technologies show new opportunities that transform health care both in favor of the human bond, patient well-being and the efficiency of care and services.

Extended know-how

Based on its know-how in working with cities, Berger-Levrault started looking into the industry’s potential beginning in the early 2000s. It began providing services to facilitate assignments for various stakeholders such as providers, assistants, families and so on, ending isolation, prevention development or the optimization of care management.

Tools of today and tomorrow

The open, collaborative and interoperable platforms offered by Berger-Levrault (BL.senior,, BL.domicile, BL.soins and so on) make it possible to bring together and aggregate information in strict compliance with privacy and expense containment requirements.

In developing its solutions, Berger-Levrault has integrated the three-way relationship between the patient, the health care professional and monitoring whether he is a relative, a subcontractor or a friend or relative. Sharing information is fluid, the management of activities easier and the supervision of services guaranteed. Focused on the patient, the solutions support him throughout his life, including during changes of environmental setting.

Today, Berger-Levrault goes further and explores new paths through several research programs using IoT techniques and AI. In partnership with academic structures, universities and laboratories, Berger-Levrault explores both technologies and the acceptability of tools from a sociological perspective. For a future where technology will be at the service of humanity.