Big debate : Mon Espace Santé : the last chance ? A comparison of France, the United States, the Netherlands and Catalonia
// Hosted by Lionel Buannic, journalist
After the DMP (French shared medical file project), which was finally shelved due to a lack of users and practical applications, the Agence du Numérique en Santé (French Digital Health Agency) launched Mon Espace Santé last February. Intended for the 69 million people insured in France by the French State health insurance, these personal digital health files aim to store and share each user’s health information to enable better medical monitoring and new services.
Will there be cohesion and buy-in from software publishers, public authorities, medical professionals and citizens this time? What is really different compared with the DMP? Are we finally ready? Is Mon Espace Santé destined to fail or succeed?
With the participation of:
- Jordi Piera, Director of Digital Health, Catalonia Ministry of Health
- Fabrice Amatulli, Assistant to the Director of the E-Health Patient Pathway offer at MIPIH
- Stephen Konya, Senior Advisor and Innovation Portfolio Lead, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC)
- Herko Coomans – International Coordinator for Digital Health at the Netherlands Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport, Department of Health Information Policy/Chief Information Office
- Hela Ghariani, Project manager, French Ministerial eHealth Delegation