Big debate : The dream of green eHealth
Big debate sponsored by OLINN
// Hosted by Lionel Buannic, journalist
With the recent publication of the 2022 IPCC report, we are entitled to ask ourselves the right questions about global warming. Because connected health is good, but connected health that consumes less energy and scarce resources is even better, right? The digital revolution has been underway for a while now and there is no danger of it stopping tomorrow. So how can we combine digital innovation and environmental responsibility? India, China, Brazil, Kenya and Peru are perfect examples of innovative countries that are doing without scarce resources to develop new solutions that are both affordable and sustainable. Is this more “frugal” approach possible and conceivable outside these countries, which are acting more out of economic constraints than environmental commitment?
With the participation of:
- Benjamin Revcolevschi, General Manager of Fujitsu France
- Yannick Le Port, Commercial Manager, OLINN IT
- Pr Cheick Oumar Bagayoko, Full Professor of Medical Informatics, he is the Director of the Center for Innovation and Digital Health (Digi-Santé-Mali) at the University of Science, Techniques and Technologies of Bamako (USTTB).
- Nathalie Baudinière, Program manager at ANS (institutional accelerator of eHealth)