Guy Vallencien, member of the National Academy of Medicine, will speak about how new technologies are contributing to the field of healthcare and will provide his views about future developments.
Karim Amrouni, a doctor and former healthcare officer for the city of Roubaix, will give a presentation on "Responding to territorial disparities in health."
Stephanie Merger, Head of SMART business offers for Cofely Ineo (ENGIE Group) will talk about the ZAC Eureka “connected neighborhood” in Montpellier and will highlight how innovation contributes to better living and aging well. He will be supported by a member of "La valériane", a startup and partner in the project.
Rianne Delnoy from Cofely Netherlands will then present an e-health platform being developed within various hospitals.
Following these presentations, a number of startups will share their projects, including:
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