Day 1
04 Jul 2017

Meeting of the European consortium for the Links Up project of the Interreg Sudoe programme (Supporting Regional Development in South-West Europe)

The aim of the “Links Up” European project is to create links to stimulate the growth of startups in the eHealth and eTourism sectors in the region of South-West Europe. It is steered by the Pyrenees-Mediterranean Euroregion and has been accepted to participate in the European regional cooperation programme Interreg Sudoe. Lead: Pyrenees-Mediterranean Euroregion Partners: Fundació Balear d’Innovació i Tecnologia – FBIT (Balearic Islands Foundation for Innovation and Technology) Agencia para la Competitividad de la Empresa (Catalonia Agency for Business Competitiveness) Castres-Mazamet Technopole (Occitania Region) Fundación Universidad Empresa (Murcia University-Business Foundation) Centro de Inovação Empresarial da Beira Interior (Beira Interior Centre for Business Innovation, Portugal) Associated partner: MADEELI (Occitania Regional Agency for Economic Development, Export and Innovation) One of the objectives will be to set up an accelerator programme, for this purpose an Open Innovation session will be held during the eHealth Summer University. The aim will be to allow around twenty young and innovative eHealth companies from France, Spain and Portugal to talk about what they do and to discuss with various large organisations (IBM, EDF, Harmonie Mutuelle, Pierre Fabre Laboratories, Blue-Channel) with a view to igniting synergies before a possible next step of more intensive coaching.
PICARD Thierry
LEBRUN Clémence
ORMIERES Dominique
GOUJON Philippe
COUGET Cristèle
Lionel Reichardt

KEYNOTE – Monique Cavalier

Being finalized.

Is eHealth a necessary component in the quest for hospital excellence?

Introduction & presentation of the day at the Hospital Centre Hosted by Lionel Buannic, journalist

Qualifying what patients say: The unstructured data at the heart of care

Hosted by Eric Phelippeau, President of the FNIM (French National Federation for Medical Information) What do we learn from patients in what they say, express, write? Patients’ accounts abound on the Internet and can be seen not only as vectors of knowledge about the illness they have to live with every day, but also about their treatment, when it stops, any side effects there may be, the doctor-patient relationship, the level of care, the healthcare system in general, etc. How can this unstructured data be analysed? How can we give form to such experiential knowledge? How can we use it to improve care for patients?
ANDREO Christian
NOËL Dominique

Integrating digital solutions into the healthcare pathway: how can we best support the users?

Hosted by Christophe Biondini, Vice-President of the FORMATICSanté Association In the context of the rollout of eHealth, a growing number of patients are benefitting from digital solutions as a part of their healthcare pathway. Every day sees the arrival of new digital solutions to: inform users and allow patients to benefit from therapeutic education programmes: web sites, serious games, . . . improve ambulatory care, facilitate telemonitoring in the home for patients suffering from chronic illness, allow patients to communicate and share their experience through patient communities, . . . How can we let a maximum number of people take advantage of these new services and help them to use them from day to day? How can we encourage patients to become more vigilant in order to limit as far as possible the risks linked to the virtualisation of their personal data?
DIVERNET Christophe
marie ange leophonte
BIONDINI Christophe

Visit of the hospital at 9:30

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Keynote Address: Digitising patients’ care pathways

Elie Lobel, CEO of Orange Healthcare In order to meet the societal and demographic challenges it is faced with, our healthcare system must resolutely put the care pathway at the heart of its transformation. We must collectively move from a healthcare system historically focused on “acute” care towards a system that is tailored to follow long care paths and that puts the dimension of prevention in its rightful place. Digital tools claim to bring new solutions to address these challenges by facilitating interactions between stakeholders, allowing the hospital to step outside its walls, and increasingly empowering patients to become involved in their care process. Can these tools improve the service provided to patients in the long term and help to make the healthcare system more efficient? We will draw upon international examples to get a clearer picture of what this digital transformation entails.

Digital tools in the hospital as a vector for efficiency and therapeutic innovation: have the promises been kept? What still needs to be done?

Hosted by Lionel Buannic, journalist At a time when the hospital of tomorrow is taking shape as a hybrid structure, firmly positioned in the Region as the reference for healthcare and proposing an innovative offer of digital services, particular attention is being paid to the integration of digital innovation into digitised patient pathways. This discussion will be an opportunity to put the focus back onto the hospital, which was a pioneer in this field, allowing us to learn important lessons from past experience and imagine together the applications of tomorrow.
HILL Nicole
STEINBACH Jean-Christophe

Visit of the technologies presented in the connected’s rooms – 10:00

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Visit of the hospital at 10:00

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Visit of the technologies presented in the connected’s rooms – 11:00

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Visit of the hospital at 10:30

Please note that the number of places is limited to 8 persons per visit. Other visits are planned throughout the day on July 4th:

Visit of the hospital at 11:00

Please note that the number of places is limited to 8 persons per visit. Other visits are planned throughout the day on July 4th:

Visit of the hospital at 11:30

Please note that the number of places is limited to 8 persons per visit. Other visits are planned throughout the day on July 4th:

Visit of the hospital at 14:00

Please note that the number of places is limited to 8 persons per visit. Other visits are planned throughout the day on July 4th:

Visit of the hospital at 14:30

Please note that the number of places is limited to 8 persons per visit. Other visits are planned throughout the day on July 4th:

Visit of the hospital at 15:00

Please note that the number of places is limited to 8 persons per visit. Other visits are planned throughout the day on July 4th:

Visit of the hospital at 15:30

Please note that the number of places is limited to 8 persons per visit. Other visits are planned throughout the day on July 4th:

Visit of the hospital at 16:00

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The user, co-creator of innovation

Hosted by Martin Venzal, journalist Connected objects represent a tremendous opportunity for healthcare establishments. It is however essential, if they are to be creators of value, that they be accompanied with relevant services that can be integrated easily into the daily work of the healthcare teams. Collaboration between industrial stakeholders and healthcare professionals, in a spirit of co-creation, is therefore vital to achieve this goal. This workshop, hosted by Jean-Sébastien Moinier, Director of the Tarkett FloorInMotion Business Unit, will be an opportunity to present the principles and virtues of the “Design thinking” approach and will be illustrated by the experiences of each participant.
Virginie Vignon
BORIES Lawrence
MATHIEU Florence
MOINIER Jean-Sébastien

Hospital of the future: How digital technologies can provide solutions to public health problems

Moderated by Hervé Pingaud, teacher at ISIS school. Using digital tools to enhance patient-centered coordination of the global care process seems to a golden path to better effeciency and outcomes. Reality might tell a more complex story. To achieve such a goal, there are strong requirements: especially patient’s engagement and organizationnal adjustments.
FRISBEE Kathleen

Opening ceremony of the 2017 edition

Autres Intervenants en cours

How can the revolution in digital healthcare pathways fulfil its promise with regard to the efficiency of the care process and the level of service provided to patients?

Hosted by Lionel Buannic, journalist The emergence of digital innovation, from mobile tools and social networks to connected objects, has led to the development of new patient-centred healthcare strategies. The constant virtual proximity between the patient and the different care stakeholders provides a unique opportunity to coordinate the therapeutic acts carried out by the different healthcare professionals. To conclude the session, the Keynote address of Nicole Hill, Director for the Healthcare Sector, Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise: “The perspective and activities of an industrial stakeholder in France and internationally: Helping to optimise the care pathway and bring eHealth solutions to the masses.”
VITALI Isabelle
FRISBEE Kathleen
HILL Nicole
Autres Intervenants en cours

Lunch day 1

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Local Area Hospital Groupings: Sharing resources

In the era of Local Area Hospital Groupings, a new organisational model will be necessary to create better cooperation between hospitals. This will require a high level of coordination and management of the many different tools used, making harmonising the network of Local Area Hospital Groupings even more complex. What if a global solution for medical cooperation allowed to facilitate the rollout of Local Area Hospital Groupings?
Stephane LAURENT

Territorial support platforms at the service of healthcare professionals on the move

On the strength of its experience with the TSN Digital Healthcare Territories initiative, Capgemini presents in partnership with the New Aquitaine Regional Healthcare Agency (ARS) its digital mobile solution for Territorial Support Platforms (PTA). This suite of software solutions allows professionals to use their smartphones or tablets directly from the patient’s home to exchange with healthcare, social and socio-medical professionals necessary information for the coordinated care of the patient. The application is intuitive and secure and provides full traceability of the exchanges. Interoperability with the information systems of the regional care stakeholders allows the service to be integrated in line with the requirements for home-oriented care pathways.
BILLEBOT Marie-Noëlle

Visit of the technologies presented in the connected’s rooms – 14:00

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Smartphones, tablets, applications: What liability for hospital and healthcare professionals? How should they be used?

Hosted by Patrick Amouzou, Partner, Hoche Société d’Avocats law firm Now fully integrated into our daily lives, smartphones, tablets and mobile applications clearly also occupy an important place in healthcare professionals’ relationships with each other and with their patients. Today they play the role of information facilitator, allowing professionals to communicate with each other, get quick answers and use new tools for verification, monitoring and follow-up. With regard to the sensitive nature of the data exchanged: Which legal rules apply? What are the risks? What are the liabilites? Which practical solutions exist to take advantage of these tools?
Patrick Amouzou

Organising and funding your telemedicine project

The French national programme ETAPES (Telemedicine Experiments for the Improvement of Healthcare Pathways), also referred to as “Article 36” in reference to the French Social Security Finance Act of 2014, is an example of disruptive innovation in the organisation of healthcare. This programme encourages the deployment of telemonitoring by, in particular, subsidising for their activity and performance healthcare professionals and industrial stakeholders involved in the care pathway for the main categories of chronic conditions. This is your chance to find out more about what you need to do to get started with this innovative activity, allowing your patients to benefit from optimised care and your establishment or firm to acquire an additional subsidised activity. Dr Olivier Vallet, the Deputy Director General of Marie Lannelongue Hospital, will share with us his vision of this digital and organisational innovation. Sebastien Woynar, MD, DrPH, CEO of CDM e-Health and Director of the Chronic Care Management and eHealth programme with Air Liquide Healthcare, will look at practical aspects of Air Liquide Healthcare’s Chronic Care Connect programme.
VALLET Olivier
WOYNAR Sébastien

From care pathway to life pathway: the difference eHealth can make for autonomy

Hosted by Lionel Buannic, journalist Chronic illness or a temporary or lasting handicap shouldn’t make our fellow citizens “sub-citizens”. The digital revolution, whether during the acute phases of treatment or during the prevention or support phases for patients or people suffering from full or partial loss of autonomy, is one of the solutions providing hope for the future. The aim of this session is to confront needs and solutions, to turn ideas into reality, to go from concept to application and duplication, to reveal markets and find solutions, so that digital technology, so present in our daily lives, can also be there in those moments in life when physical or psychological symptoms appear, when illness strikes and takes over our whole being.
MADAUS Konstantin
LLORCA Sébastien
pascal jacob
JACOB Pascal
Mark Bachman

Visit of the technologies presented in the connected’s rooms – 15:00

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Legal appointments: personalized meetings with a specialized e-health lawyer

Would you like to talk to an attorney specialising in eHealth? We offer you a 20-minute meeting with the Hoche Société d’Avocats law firm to discuss your questions. Make an appointment now, send an email to

The empowered patient: Who does health data belong to ? What rights are attached to data ? What is the the patient’s role ?

Hosted by Lionel Buannic, journalist The French Patients’ Rights and Quality of Care Act of March 4th 2002 enacted patients’ access to their health data. But what really happens in practice? Are patients aware of this right ? What happens when they want to assert it and why would they want to (second medical opinion, participation in medical research, . . .) ? Technical solutions to exchange, collect and analyse patient data are developing very rapidly (connected objects, Big Data, social networks, . . .), but at the same time, the question of patients’ access to their data is becoming more complex. But who do patients really want to share their personal information with? For what reasons? What are their motivations? In this context, the eHealth Summer University wanted to let patients have their say and invited the Healthcare Data Institute (HDI), which is looking into how patients can take back control of their data and possible resulting benefits, to discuss with the patients themselves.
eric salat
HENRY Caroline

Health security and data security: a necessary convergence

Hosted by Martin Venzal, journalist The central role played by information systems in the operation of hospitals was sadly made only too clear in the news recently when a computer virus locked out entire establishments in the United Kingdom. The rapid spread of connected medical devices also highlights the need to understand the issues involved concerning security and validation, going beyond the purely clinical aspects as is currently the case.
GRYL Maxime
Bruno Salgues
MAURY Laurent


Laurent Maury, Vice-President in charge of the Critical Information Systems and Cybersecurity Business Line, Thales Group

Visit of the technologies presented in the connected’s rooms – 16:00

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eHealth and the training of healthcare professionals

Session 1: Digital simulation for the training of healthcare professionals  Virtual consultations, real-time 3D simulators, mixed or virtual reality, the teams of SimforHealth propose immersive and interactive solutions for initial and ongoing training in healthcare. Developed by SimforHealth, MedicActiV is the first digital simulation platform to propose virtual clinical cases for training purposes. They allow healthcare professionals to acquire new knowledge in initial or further training and also allow healthcare education establishments to create and publish their own clinical cases. Medical teams and SimforHealth’s simulation experts have already trained over 30,000 healthcare professionals in the world, committed to applying the ethical principle “Never the first time on a patient”. Session 2: Simulation in healthcare: what role can it play in the initial and continuing training of healthcare professionals?
Dr. MARHAR Fouad
Jerome Leleu
LELEU Jérome


Shuttles are available from the Hospital Center to the ISIS School every 20 minutes from 17:00 until 19:00. Information and signage on site. No reservation required.

Empowering health and well-being through digital technology

Opening conference Hosted by Lionel Buannic, journalist. Technology for medical and health applications has traditionally followed a “top down” paradigm where highly specific products are sold to a few key customers (e.g., physicians, hospital administrators, care providers) who eventually bring the technology to patients through their professional practices. In this approach, a few privileged customers receive expensive technology, and the benefits “trickle down” to the everyday people through the formal health care system. The business model for medical technology companies is “sell a few, charge a lot.” But modern health care practices are now adopting a culture of partnership between physician and patient, where the patient and stakeholders are empowered to play a greater role in maintaining their health. A new paradigm is emerging where technology is developed to enable all stakeholders (patients, family, friends, community, caregivers, providers, and professionals) become partners in the health care ecosystem. These low cost, relatively easy to use technologies will allow us to monitor, track, share, and understand our health, leading to more preventative and proactive health activities. This “bottom up” approach has the potential to bring a much more effective health ecosystem, as well as deliver highly innovative products to the health and...
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Mark Bachman

Cocktail – dinner day 1

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Day 2
05 Jul 2017


Pierre Fabre Laboratories organise a Chatbot Challenge for Healthcare to contribute in the fight against malaria and anaemia in Africa. Without the need for specific technical skills, participants will be able to create, surrounded by professionals, one of these small interactive “robots” in chat mode. With the particpation of

eHealth Awards auditions

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What opportunities for eHealth technology in sport?

Hosted by Marianne Morini, Assistant Director of Innovation and Competitiveness – Eurobiomed Competitiveness Cluster   Microelectronics, bioelectronics, embedded ICT, technology enters the world of sport and changes our habits. How can technology help to make sport safer and better for our health, whether we are amateurs or professionals?
MORINI Marianne

Keynote : eHealth and humanitarian initiatives

Humanitarian initiatives enter the digital age at a time when more than 125 million women, men and children in the world need humanitarian aid in 2016.  All of the stakeholders concerned – international, UN, governmental and non-governmental, private and industrial – are facing new challenges to bring help and care to those who need it the most, namely women and children. New technology, mobile phones, the Internet are shortening times and distances to act faster and more efficiently. At the 2017 eHealth Summer University, the “Humanitarian initiatives” session will bring together healthcare professionals, NGOs, banks and insurance companies, and new technologies to merge their expertise and innovative solutions and continue to save more lives.

From international solidarity to public health: what role for eHealth in developing countries ? (Part 1)

Hosted by Lionel Buannic, journalist Will eHealth transform the humanitarian sector ? The new information and communication technologies are radically changing the rollout, management and monitoring of healthcare projects run by humanitarian organisations to help the populations of developing countries.  They are revolutionising the relationships between these stakeholders and their partners and beneficiaries, changing the way they work and empowering local communities with new enhanced means for action. In this area, French organisations are clearly lagging behind in comparison with their Anglo-American counterparts. This discussion will be an opportunity to hear what the main players in this field can tell us about the projects currently under way and the opportunities opened up by eHealth.
FALL Cheikh

Detection and monitoring of frailty in the home: stakes and challenges

Animated by Dr. Antonio GUELL Frailty is a clinical syndrome defined by a loss of adaptive reserves due to ageing and chronic illness and which results in a high risk of dependence, hospital stays, going into a home and mortality. This notion of frailty raises therefore important economic and societal challenges for our healthcare system. The frailty syndrome is considered to be a potentially reversible state – if it is identified and targeted actions addressing the causes are applied, the frail person will be able to recover to become pre-frail or even non-frail again. For this reason, in the current context of an ageing population, integrating the assessment and monitoring of frailty of the elderly into clinical practice will be a major issue for public health over the coming years. The aim of this round table, through testimonies and expertise, is to get a practical overview of frailty assessment and monitoring tools in clinical practice and to see to what extent they can be implemented in the person’s home by the use of information and communication technology.
MEDOU Marie-Dominique
GUELL Antonio
MOREL Vincent
CUFI Marie-Noëlle

How digital technology is transforming animal eHealth 

Hosted by Lionel REICHARDT & Annick VALENTIN-SMITH 10:30 10:55 Madeleine Lesage The human-animal relationship: stakes and challenges Since the domestication process began, the mainly humancentric human-animal relationship, has allowed societies to take advantage of the different services offered by animals. However, if the “animal question” is today more than ever in the public eye, it still remains fragmented between different approaches and its future is uncertain: will it manage to become a game changer in French society? Will the discussions and its handling be peaceful or conflictual? The conference will look at each of these aspects individually before presenting five possible scenarios to try to map out the future of this issue in the public space for the next fifteen years.   11:00 11:20 Jean-Louis Hunault The challenges facing animal eHealth Digital technology increases our capacity to know, monitor, interpret and, finally, manage data obtained from animals. We are moving towards a continuous data processing model based on three pillars: information (potentially available to all), product (diagnosis, drug, device) and service (veterinarian). This should bring an improvement in the quality of care, a veterinary medecine that is more predictive, with better follow-up of treatment and of any adverse reactions resulting...
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ALLAIN Clément
LESAGE Madeleine
POITTE Thierry
Vallat Bernard
Lionel Reichardt

The frailty pathway from the home to the Smart City, stopping in at the community health centre

Hosted by Matthieu Faure  – In charge of the Living Lab,  I2ml Foundation (Mediterranean Institute for Longevity Professions) From home to the city, stopping in at the community health centre, eHealth accompanies the elderly on a daily basis, wherever they are and wherever they go. This round table will be an opportunity to talk about healthcare innovations in the frailty pathway. Different testimonies from industrial, public and community stakeholders will help to understand how connected healthcare objects adapt to the different living environments of the users. #SilverEconomy #SmartHome #SmartCity #AmbientAsssistedLiving
BLASCO Dominique
BRION Aurore
FAURE Matthieu
BLANC Jean-Marc

Keynote : Digital Health: A Call for Government Leadership & Cooperation between ICT and Health

Digital Health: A Call for Government Leadership & Cooperation between ICT and Health (Broadband Commission Report on Digital Health) The Broadband Commission Working Group on Digital Health released an important report early 2017, co-chaired by Nokia and the Novartis Foundation with Commissioners and external health experts. The report advocates for governments to take action on national digital health strategies to enable scaling and solve the fragmentation dilemma.  8 country case studies were developed: Philippines, Malaysia, Estonia, Norway, Canada, Rwanda, Nigeria and Mali.
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MAPA – A method for the development of products and services adapted to the needs of the elderly

Organised by the Occitania Region and MADEELI, the Occitania Regional Agency for Economic Development, Export and Innovation: Silver Economy Innovation Commission The MAPA method is based on a bottom-up approach in order to reflect as closely as possible users’ needs from analysis of their practice. Developed in the framework of a regional collaborative project (EasyNov) by the Scool (a social sciences and humanities research cooperative), Les Imaginations Fertiles and Artilect Lab companies, this workshop will be an opportunity to give feedback on regional collaborative projects and to explain the different phases which were necessary to finally define the method itself.
CAZIN Emilie
CHAUVAC Nathalie

From international solidarity to public health: what role for eHealth in developing countries ? (Part 2)

eHealth: A vital tool to improve public health in developing countries Hosted by Lionel Buannic, journalist Coming mainly out of initiatives by ordinary people or from the private sector, the integration of new information and communication technologies is today considered to be of strategic importance by many developing countries who are keen to strengthen their healthcare systems. The challenges are clearly different from one country to another (digital infrastructure, technological maturity of the country, . . .), but in all cases, scaling up these initiatives will only be possible through the involvement of local public authorities.
TUELO Maipelo
DIA Ibrahima Khaliloulah
DIA Ibrahima Khaliloulah
GAJU Erick

Lunch day 2

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The healthcare system’s forgotten ones

Optimising the medical monitoring of patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes, treated with insulin and chronically uncontrolled, is a huge challenge. This challenge has been taken up by Sanofi and its partners at the origin of Diabeo, a mature solution with Class IIb Medical Device status and a clinical efficacy validated in 2016 by the French National Authority for Health (HAS). In an upcoming development for Diabeo, Sanofi and its partners are planning to start telemedicine experimentation within the framework of the ETAPES programme (Telemedicine Experiments for the Improvement of Healthcare Pathways) governed by Article 36 of the 2014 French Social Security Financing Act.
BAILLY Jean-Yves
BESSE Jean-Marc

Connected healthcare objects, from design to practical use by healthcare professionals

First-time presentation of the intermediate results of the UPDOCS study (Use and Sharing of Data from Connected Health Objects), the 1st multipartner study designed to assess the adoption of connected health objects by healthcare professionals in “real-life” conditions (multidisciplinary healthcare centres, OTC pharmacies).
MIGNON Laurent

Trends and opportunities for eHealth funding in Europe: the investors’ perspective

Hosted by Pascal Lardier, Executive Director, Health 2.0 Investment activity in Europe seems to be on the up these last few years but the amounts remain limited in comparison with what we see in the United States. During this round table, the participants will try to explain this difference, discussing business maturity and specific characteristics in their approach to the market. The discussion will also look at how investment activity has evolved following the first outcomes which have sometimes been disappointing (including for Fitbit) resulting in an increased wariness of American investors and the increasing importance of company assessment benchmarks.
Min-Sung Sean Kim
BEDEL Véronique

Digital studio – 5 july 2017

A TV studio where a selection of participants come together throughout the day to propose short sequences in the form of interviews, presentations, demos… In a word: the eHealth Summer University in a nutshell, live and with real-time streaming.   Hosted by Lionel Buannic, journalist. 14:15 – 14:21 Etiam – Presentation of a client case (Multispeciality Telemedicine between Rennes University Hospital Centre and the Saint Pierre and Miquelon archipelago) and discussion about ACETIAM’s telemedicine programme Stéphane Laurent, Partner, Director of Marketing and Partnerships   14:26 – 14:32 Tarkett FloorInMotion – Connected flooring in the Cognitive-Behavioural Unit (CBU), what are the opportunities? Marie-Noëlle Cufi, Head of the Medicine Unit at Castres-Mazamet Intercommunal Hospital Centre (CHIC).   14:37 – 14:43 Thales   14:54 – 15:00 Orange Healthcare – The digital transformation of healthcare Remy Choquet, Director of Innovation and Networking, Orange Healthcare   15:05 – 15:11 Consort NT – Presentation of Consort NT in the healthcare universe Sandra Attoun, Director of the Insurance and Healthcare Divisio   15:16 – 15:22 Alcatel-Lucent Entreprise – Connectivity and innovation help to optimise the patient’s pathway Nicole Hill, Director, Healthcare Sector, Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Hosted by Vincent Ala, journalist 16:00 – 16:06 Formatic Santé – an eHealth space...
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jorge gonzales olalla
Stephane LAURENT
TANZI Clémence
HILL Nicole
FRAYSSE Jean-Louis
BARRE Pascale
CUFI Marie-Noëlle

How digital technology is changing the relationship between insurer and person insured: the example of “insurtech”

Hosted by Lionel Buannic, journalist A once-in-a-while relationship based on an exchange of correspondence following an isolated case of healthcare spending by an insured person: this is what the insurer/person-insured relationship looked like not so long ago. Between the increased expectations of citizens with regard to service and the aspirations of insurers wanting to contribute to the good health of their customers, a revolution in the relationship between health insurers and their customers was to be expected. Digital tools are the vector of this change, making this relationship both customer-tailored and long-lasting. Innovative digital services, specifically developed to meet the different needs of the insured persons throughout their entire lifetime, available 24/7 online, federating a traditional service offering and accompanying the beneficiaries on the road to better health, this is the current trend which has resulted in the emergence of the Insurtechs. To conclude the session, the Keynote address of Jorge GONZALEZ OLALLA: “From SMEs to global services providers: eHealth Hub a comprehensive approach to lead innovative solutions to the market”
DAVET Jean-Louis
jorge gonzales olalla
FRISBEE Kathleen
Autres Intervenants en cours

European Regulation on Personal Data Protection: what impact will it have on eHealth activities?

As an introduction: European Regulation on Personal Data Protection in health: an industrial’s point of view GDPR, which is coming into force on 25th of May 2018, strengthens the rights of European citizens concerning their personal data and therefore puts requirements on every organization that is controlling or processing this data. In this regulation the European Union puts special attention to genetic, biometric and in general any health data of individuals. GDPR complements therefore current requirements such as a data processing and storage by a “Hébergeur agréé de données de santé à caractère personnel ». In this session we will introduce GDPR and resulting actions, and discuss implication to the health and life science sector.   How to make an eHealth app secure with regard to personal data? What are the rules to be complied with? This talk introduces participants to the new online data and privacy landscape and explores how European data protection laws impact the collection and processing of data, thereby affecting you. You’ll get a detailed understanding of how to adhere to data protection standards whilst maintaining your startup’s commercial goals. Topics covered will include: an overview of the European data protection and online privacy standards, compliance requirements,...
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LAVERY Charlotte Rebecca Martha

Space data at the service of of healthcare and well-being: an unimagined potential…

Hosted by Grégory Pradels, Project Leader, Aerospace Valley Competitiveness Cluster The world is changing, vertical and isolated organisations are making way for a flat and connected world: what if tomorrow, thanks to space applications, you could be a practitioner in the whole world? The tidal wave of data is opening up new possibilities – still largely unexplored – where everyone can put their skills at the service of all and not only for the benefit of their immediate environment. The aim of this workshop is to show first of all how space technology today allows to embrace this global dimension of the world thanks to imaging, geolocation and telecommunications. Examples of projects will illustrate these advantages before opening onto a question-and-answer session to define together avenues to explore in the field of healthcare and well-being. This workshop will be the starting point of a journey of exploration we will take together – welcome aboard ! With the participation of: Aerospace Valley Bordeaux University MEDES (Institute for Space Medicine and Physiology) CNES (French National Space Agency) Véronique Ines Thouvenot (TBC)
BUCAU Jean-Pierre

The teleconsultation

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eHealth Awards Ceremony

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Cocktail only day 2

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Cocktail and Gala dinner day 2

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Day 3
06 Jul 2017

Tech morning: Disruptive innovation

Hosted by Lionel Buannic, journalist Keynote 1 – Pierre Trudelle: “Mobile health: a disruptive sector that can be developed in total confidence” With the participation of: Pierre Trudelle, Project Manager, Department for the Assessment of Suitability of Care and Improvement of Practices and Paths, Directorate for the Improvement of Care Quality and Safety, French National Authority for Health (HAS) Mobile health is currently in an effervescent phase with applications and connected objects promising well-being and better health. Spanning many fields (technical, IT, artificial intelligence, medical expertise, personal data protection, cybersecurity, Big Data, . . .), this sector requires structuring to improve its credibility and impact among users. In order to contribute to this aim, the French National Authority for Health (HAS) published a set of recommendations for good practice in November 2016. These recommendations are aimed at industrial stakeholders and assessors (assessment bodies, consumers’ associations, learned medical societies) with a view to guiding, promoting the use of, and reinforcing the confidence in applications and connected objects. Segmentation of the different types of content (informative, generated/collected, interpreted) and adaptation of the level of excellence proposed in function of the level of risk are original features of this document. Different versions aimed...
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Autres Intervenants en cours
Mark Bachman

Digital studio – 6 July 2017

A TV studio where a selection of participants come together throughout the day to propose short sequences in the form of interviews, presentations, demos… In a word: the eHealth Summer University in a nutshell, live and with real-time streaming. Hosted by Vincent Ala, journalist. 9:30 – 9:36 Capgemini – The industrial partner of eHealth. Jacques Durand, e-health principal   9:41 – 9:47 Chronic Care Connect – La télésurveillance et l’accompagnement thérapeutique en insuffisance cardiaque ; perspectives de l’infirmière et le patient Viviane CENTAURE, Responsable du Centre de suivi Chronic Care Connect™ – Infirmière diplômée d’état Jean LEONARD, Président de l’Association Patients Insuffisants Cardiaques (ASPIC)   9:52 – 9:58 SimForHealth (Interaction Healthcare) – Discover the MedicActiV platform. Jérome Leleu, CEO, Interaction Healthcare, in charge of Strategic Development, SimforHealth.   10:03 – 10:09 eHealth Hub – eHealth Hub delivers free business support to digital health startups in business modelling, access to private funding, commercialisation together with Legal and Regulatory guidance. Jorge Gonzalez Director of TICBioMed and coordinator of eHealth Hub Project.   10:14 – 10:20 eHealth Hub – eHealth Hub is a new EU-funded initiative, cross-border and exclusively focused on digital health. Clemence Tanzi , Legal Coordinator in the Legal Advice Centre...
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NTONGA Evelyne Inès
TUELO Maipelo

The challenges of virtualisation of the patient-doctor relationship

Hosted by Pascale Barre, Pierre Fabre Laboratories – Dermo-Cosmetics In 2013, an information report of the Senate on the level of medical presence in the whole country points out an “unacceptable situation which is not going to improve” due to difficulties of access to healthcare, inequality in the territorial distribution of the healthcare provision and a significant decrease in medical demographics. In the context of an ageing population, in which chronic illness is increasingly present, the needs for medical care have grown. eHealth would help to provide solutions by preserving the foundations of the healthcare system while at the same time increasing its added value both for professionals and for patients. A survey conducted by the eHealth Lab in 2014: “Mobile applications and doctors: a digital divide with the patient?” led to the drawing-up of 10 recommendations to be considered when developing a mobile healthcare application. Today, what is the impact of the use of these new digital tools on the patient-doctor relationship, that is the subject of this round table.
Françoise Thomas-Toufayan
MEYER Nicolas
FONTAINE Angélique
BARRE Pascale
vincent varlet
VARLET Vincent

Tech morning: Applications

Hosted by Lionel Buannic, journalist Keynote 1 – Pr. Christine Balagué: “How to develop trust in eHealth through the ethical use of algorithms and artificial intelligence technology?” eHealth technologies and services are integrating more and more algorithms and artificial intelligence, Big Data is increasingly involved in searches and applications. In this complex world, technology transparency and ethical questions are becoming issues of strategic importance for the developing eHealth market. How can we reconcile innovation in this area with ethical concerns? What are the possible solutions?   Keynote 2 – Maxime Nicolet: “Technological innovation at the service of disabilities” PhonoWriter: A writing aid software application for dyslexic children PhonoWriter is a software application aimed at persons who have difficulty writing texts in French, German, Italian and English. It is made up of a number of predictive modules. CWI: Eye-controlled movement system for electric wheelchairs CWI (Computer Wheelchair Interface) allows electric wheelchairs to be steered just by a look. To achieve this, CWI uses existing eyetracking technology and creates the link with the electric wheelchair. This gives the user the freedom to move around without having to depend on somebody else.     Keynote 3 – Yann Lapeyre & Maurice Barnat – MEDES:...
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MARNAT Maurice
Autres Intervenants en cours
BALAGUE Christine

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