This is a summary of the Uruguay Phone Number List debates by the authors of this article, Allyriane Mazars, Flavie Joos and Philippe Kalousdian. It is not a bailiff’s transcription, traced and precisely faithful, intervening by speaker, of all the remarks made during the evening. Stakeholders, if they wish, can contact us to adjust the published content. The whole room was invited to give their testimony, to ask questions, during the debates. So the term speaker should be extended beyond the strict circle of guests at round tables. For participating in this conference, in the context of March 10, 2020, and for the quality of the discussions, we warmly thank them.

Introduction: digital, human and performance What could be more motivating than an athletic champion’s speech to warm up! Marie Gayot, digital transformation engineer and high-level athlete, introduced the conference by sharing with us her journey and the link between digital transformation and the race for performance. At the time of the digital revolution, it reminds us that digital technology is a tool built by Man and for Man, who must listen to himself and be himself and be able to perform. First round table: the connected care journey The guests Franck le Ouay A graduate of MINES ParisTech, Franck is the co-

Example Of Innovation In The Hospital

founder of Criteo, which he accompanies for 11 years. He then turned to health and co-created Lifen , with the aim of helping improve everyone’s life. Stephanie Hervier Co-founder of Medaviz in 2014, a telemedicine company serving healthcare professionals, in order to improve the offer and access to healthcare in the regions. Pascale bastien-kere CIO in public hospitals for more than 30 years, Pascale is currently CEO of a consulting company in health IS (KareSi conseil). She also holds a DU in connected health. Hubert Viot An engineer by training specializing in the monitoring of critical industrial processes, Hubert launched Maela

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alongside renowned doctors. The goal: to draw a parallel between what the pharmaceutical industry set up ten years ago and the needs of the health sector concerning the optimization of care. The debates The question which launches the debate is: “in what do you think that the course of care must be transformed?”. The techniques have brought a lot of progress, and many acute pathologies, many of which lead to death, have become chronic. There is therefore an increasing need to monitor the patient with his pathologies over time. From a discontinuous approach – a spaced set of medical visits for acute pathologies – we are moving

Second Round Table: Health Data

towards a more continuous approach – monitoring by a medical team, coordinated by the attending physician. To do this, we need to exchange analysis and care data between members of the medical team, who know no borders: clinic, CHU, CHRU, liberal. But what is the situation: practitioners who send each other letters, still often in paper, tedious to produce. They sometimes have doubts and would like to know what is happening in the downstream course, to confirm or deny their hypotheses: impossible. The patients will not come back to them several months later to explain to them what happened, or so exceptionally.

There is also no possible measure of the benefit of diversifying or unifying medical practices: such and such a urological surgeon will have such a practice in Bordeaux, and a colleague will have another in Lille, with non-comparable success or rehospitalization rates. because not measured. The measurement of certain parameters will make it possible to bring out more easily the best practices to generalize their sharing, and to concentrate the humanity of the practitioners in the adaptation of the best practices to the subjectivity of each of their patients. The DMP, Patient’s Medical Record, was mentioned. After hundreds of millions spent

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