The Healthcare Data Institute act as a forward-thinking catalyst not only in France, but internationally as well. Its missions include encouraging discussion among members, raising public awareness, improving understanding and promoting the development of concrete projects through cross-fertilisation. It aims to: develop thought leadership on Big Data for healthcare, be a catalyst for ideas and foster the emergence of concrete projects
The Healthcare Data Institute is an association constituted in accordance with the French law of 1901 concerning non-profit organizations.
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Professor, MD, PhD, Dir of the Institute of Global Health at the Univ of Geneva, and co-Dir of Center Virchow Villermé Univ. Sorbonne Paris Cité
Caroline Henry intervient principalement en droit des médias et des nouvelles technologies et en droit de la santé.
Docteur en droit, elle a soutenu sa thèse à l’Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne en droit international et droit de la santé.
Elle est également diplômée du master II de droit, gestion et administration de l’audiovisuel et des nouveaux médias de la même université et fut major de sa promotion.
Ancien chargée d’enseignement à l’Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, elle enseigne le droit de la responsabilité médicale à l’Institut de droit des Assurances de l’Université Paris-Dauphine.
Depuis sa prestation de serment en 2006, elle travaille avec Frédérique Pons et Nathalie Carrère, dont elle est devenue associée en 2013.
Elie Lobel is the CEO of Orange Healthcare, the the digital healthcare subsidiary of Orange Business Services.
Elie holds degrees in engineering from the Ecole Centrale Paris and Cornell University (USA) and a PhD in Neuroimaging.
Throughout his career, he has consistently focused on the healthcare sector, with a particular emphasis on medical IT, e-health and medical imaging.
He has significant experience in the start-up sphere, having contributed to the success of a number of innovative start-ups specialized in healthcare information systems and software-based medical diagnostics tools.
Prior to joining Orange, Elie was Director of the National eHealth Projects division at ASIP Santé, a governmental agency responsible for promoting the deployment of ehealth across France.
Franck Lethimonnier is Director of the Multi-Organization Thematic Institute for Health Technology of the French National Alliance for Life Sciences and Health (Aviesan) that groups together the main stakeholders of life and health sciences in France. As such, he is also Director of the Thematic Institute Health Technologies at INSERM (the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research ) and the coordinator of the Covalliance Committee that groups together the TTO of the Alliance AVIESAN. Since 2014, he is the chairman of the Supervisory board of Inserm Transfert, the TTO of INSERM. Since 2007, at CEA (the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission), he coordinates, the Iseult project which target to build the first MRI for human at 11,7T. Since 2013, he is also the coordinator of two national projects financed by “Investment for the Future” program: the “Thematic Consortium of Valorization” of the Alliance Aviesan which target to encourage partnership public-private in France in the field of life sciences and health, and the national infrastructure “France Life Imaging”, a coordinated and harmonized network of biomedical imaging in France.
Isabelle Hilali currently acts as Managing Director at CRI,the Center for Research and Interdisciplinarity
Pablo Prados is Senior Director, Integrated Care Center of Excellence, Global Divisions & Strategic Development, in Sanofi.
Prior to this position, he was head of the Global Product Patrimony Management function in Global Operations, and the R&D Global Competitive Intelligence function.
Pablo holds PhDs in Pharmaceutical Sciences from the University of Tokyo and the University Complutense of Madrid, and he received his MBA from Temple University.
Patrick is the CEO of the French subsidiary of IVBAR, European leader in value-Based Monitoring and compensation software. He previously leads ELSAN CSR.
He worked previously for more than 15 years in public services. Over the last 10 years he has participated, as director of the Regional Health Agency of Ile-de-France’s strategy, in the establishment of regional health agencies and before, by his function at the Ministry of Health, the implementation of the funding model of health institutions based diagnosis related groups.
Rémy Choquet, PhD, is a e-health expert for data driven large scale projects. He has an excellent knowledge of local, national and european e-health issues. Besides, he is associated with the biggest e-health research lab in France which collaborates within many national or european H2020 projects.
He has a PhD in Public Health : Epidemiology and Medical data science from the Pierre and Marie Curie University (P6).
He actually is the inovation director at Orange Healthcare and member of the LIMICS lab (U1142) at INSERM. He is an expert in medical data science, semantics, data quality and interoperability in healthcare generated data reuse for public health and research (epidemiology and surveillance systems). He publishes into key domain specific journals and is often appointed as expert for national or european authorities for various e-health topics
Stéphane is Senior Principal at IQVIA France. He is in charge of the development of strategic partnerships and Thought Leadership.
Stéphane held previous positions as Country Principal and Head of Product & Portfolio Stategy Practice and then Marketing Director. He has an extensive experience in strategic analysis and promotion management consulting projects. He has led various projects comprising forecasting and strategy development in the areas of branding and portfolio management for ethical as well as consumer health companies. He also led strategic projects on growth strategies in emerging markets.
As Marketing Director, he developed his expertise in the development of IMS offerings in data and Consulting & Services.
With McKinsey since 1997, Thomas leads McKinsey’s Healthcare Practice in France. He is a member of the leadership team of the European Health Practice.
He has worked for a wide range of healthcare clients across diverse issues, supporting many hospitals across Europe in their efforts to evolve their strategies and improve performance, and helping design many national healthcare policies (incl. on AMC governance, hospital performance, biomedical research, eHealth, healthcare cost containment, Open Data, hospital IT, etc.).