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"E-Santé 2015" Conference about new digital strategies

Dr. Monteil from Ad Scientiam presents a debate about connected devices and eHealth during the "e-Santé 2015" Conference


Aide à l'observance et à la pratique médicale, accompagnement thérapeutique, partage de données entre patients et professionnels de santé... De simples gadgets servant à l'automesure, les objets connectés se transforment progressivement en dispositifs connectés - incluant plates-formes et services - servant à un meilleur suivi du patient et une meilleure prise en charge de sa pathologie.
Avec :
- Dr Nicolas Postel-Vinay (Hôpital européen Georges Pompidou /
- Fréderic Faurennes, Président (IDS Santé)
- Caroline Bernard, Strategic Development Project Manager (Laboratoires LNC)
Table ronde animée par Dr. Cécile Monteil, Ad Scientiam

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