Urbanisation and Interoperability, brakes or accelerators for innovation?
In collaboration with the GIP e-santé Occitanie
Hosted by Jean-Christophe Zerbini, director of GIP esanté Occitanie
The pathway approach requires not only optimisation of the circulation of information between professionals but also the inclusion of citizens/patients/users and carers. The information systems of health and welfare structures are evolving and becoming more complex in line with the increase in digital healthcare tools and the disappearing separation between town-hospital-home.
How can we open up the local information system to the ecosystem of the care pathway? How can we change the solutions and integrate startup bricks? All establishments, regardless of their size, are faced with the challenge of interoperability of flow between each other and more generally all of them are concerned by the regional trend towards urbanisation.
Norms, standards and profiles provide frameworks, both for solution providers and for the users who must integrate them into their requirements. These obligations are a necessary constraint for the spread of coherent exchanges of health information, but how can we integrate them to take advantage of their potential as an innovation accelerator?
An overview of the notions of urbanisation and interoperability will map out the overall context, a presentation of the regional urbanisation eHealth context in the Occitania Region will provide an actual example on a regional level. The viewpoints and feedback from town and hospital as well as from startups will feed the debate, followed by a question-and-answer session with the participants of the Workshop.
With the participation of:
- Toulouse University Hospital
- Marvin Koné, head of the services for innovation division, GIP e-santé Occitanie
- Jean-Charles Dron, senior advisor, Health Management Solutions
- François Decourcelle, product marketing manager, Enovacom
- In coming