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A presentation outlining the possibilities for UK e-health companies to achieve export success in the French market.

A presentation outlining the possibilities for UK e-health companies to achieve export success in the French market.

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    Why France Connected Health Challenges   Paris 15 March 2012 Why France Connected Health Challenges Paris 15 March 2012 Presentation Transcript

    • Why France UK Trade & Investment ICT team in France, with their extensive network of public influencers and private firms, is uniquely situated to help as many British companies as possible succeed in promoting their products in France. UKTI Lead Commercial Officer e-health France [email_address] UKTI ICT France 28-Oct-11
    • Connected Health in France
      • E-Health Market size
      • Investing for the Future
      • National Steering Organisations
      • Structure of Healthcare System
      • Institutional Stakeholders
      • The event, draft programme, contact details
      UKTI ICT France 28-Oct-11
    • France E-health Market Size Healthcare information system Archiving/record data management Interoperability- The provision of services to ensure interoperability of SI. DMP (Electronic Health Record) Infrastructure of health network The provision of hosting services of health data Telecommunication infrastructure Interoperability services/IT consulting ■ software solutions for telemedicine (application analysis of health data, application of decision support, warning systems, applications support to self-management his health), ■ videoconferencing equipment, ■ Digital medical devices, and computer equipment ■ the provision of telemedicine services (platform remote monitoring, consulting services, care services distance), ■ assessment telemedicine solutions UKTI ICT France 28-Oct-11
    • Investing for the Future
      • National Investment plan for the hospital: ICT as key lever for change
        • In terms of public investment in e-health, Nora Berra, Secretary of State for Health, recently announced an additional €400 million to be spent on the “Digital Hospital” project, an initiative to invest in hospital information systems. This brings the total figure to €750 million spent since 2008. In addition, €25 million will be spent on the DMP in 2011 and 2012. Two public tenders in this area were announced by ASIP-Santé in August 2011.
        • Another announcement, emphasizing that telemedicine would represent an area of strategic investment for the French government. The market of telemedicine could reach 300 to 520 million euros by 2016.
      UKTI ICT France 28-Oct-11
    • National Steering Organisations
      • In France, the Hospitals, Patients, Health & Territories Act of 2008 emphasised the need for the French healthcare system to make the best use of new technologies possible. In 2009, The Ministry of Health set up ASIP Santé, a dedicated and highly influential e-health agency, with key responsibility for rolling out the DMP (Electronic Health Record).
      • ASIP- A public body and major player in e-health in France. ASIP Sante was set up because the French authorities wanted a consolidated global governance, to strengthen the development of shared health information systems and to re-launch the electronic health record project. Its objective is to promote development of new high performance, secure and interoperable services for sharing and exchanging information in the health and medico-social sectors.
      • ASIP Sante has a mission to unifying regional initiatives throughout France, in synergy with the regional project management teams attached to the regional health agencies (ARS). It signs contracts with regional stakeholders via calls for tenders, granting funding aimed at encouraging the emergence of new secure services for the exchange and sharing of interoperable health data at national level.
      • ARS- Creation of 26 regional health agencies known as Agences Regionales de Sante (ARS) which as from April 2010 have the powers and functions of seven previously performed departmental and regional level healthcare organisations. ARS mission is to implement ASIP Sante strategic and operational national initiative to a regional implementation.
      UKTI ICT France 28-Oct-11
    • Structure of the Healthcare System in France ASIP UKTI ICT France 28-Oct-11 ARS Health Regional Agency HL Local Hospital CH Hospital Centre CHU University Hospital Centre EPHAD Residences for Dependent Elderly People Retirement Homes General Practitioners SAMU SAMU SAMU/SMUR SAMU/SMUR
    • Institutional Stakeholders
      • A whole range of stakeholders of various types (institutions, manufacturers’ groups, etc.) play a key part in the area of e-health.
      • The table lists all the stakeholders involved in the interoperability processes and demonstrates the complexity of the institutional key players and user associations, manufacturers’ associations or groups, standardisation organisations and organisations either issuing certification .
      UKTI ICT France 28-Oct-11 Institutions/Users Manufacturers’ associations Standardisation organisations Label/ certification body ANAP ASIP Santé Learned societies Ministries responsible for health, social issues and industries CNR-SDA FIEEC GIXEL Lesiss SNITEM AFNOR HL7 France, IHE-France (Interop’Santé) Phast Edisanté IHE-France ASIP Santé
    • Why UK companies should attend the Connected Health event in France
      • Proposal for UK companies' participation in
      • “ Connected Health Challenges” event at the British Ambassador’s Residence in Paris on 15 March 2012,
      • OMIS £740 Ex-VAT (with VAT £888)
      • Market intelligence on e-health in France : The one-day event will feature key speakers representing French and British e-health institutions, regulatory authorities and industry experts. Speakers come from various horizons including:
        • Private and Public national hospital associations,
        • Asip Sante, the French government agency responsible for rolling out national IT projects,
        • French Regional Health Agencies whose mission is to implement ASIP Sante e-health strategy at regional level,
        • SNITEM, a key stakeholder involved in the interoperability processes & telemedicine,
        • Key ICT system integrators in the e-health sector such as Santeos.
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      • Networking at the event during the lunch and breaks : meet key French players and organisations during the event and to introduce your product capabilities and leading edge technology solutions.
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      • Participation in the “Business Sessions”: tailored meetings with local stakeholders.
      • UKTI will invite:  Public and Private Healthcare Sector specialists in France (i.e. public and private hospitals); Social Service Departments; IT Specialists; E-Health Consultants; Distributors; Regional healthcare authorities ;Governmental agencies and ICT systems Integrators
      • Massive French funding on e-health
      • Learn how to access the market
      • Talk one-to-one with decision makers
      • Network at lunch and breaks
      • Showcase your IT solution s
      UKTI ICT France 28-Oct-11
    • Connected Health Franco-British Conference (draft programme) 15 March 2012 - British Ambassador’s Residence, Paris
      • Morning Session
      • The challenges of health ICT in France: The major national programmes in e-health and methods for evaluating and implementing shared healthcare information systems
      • Elie Lobel, Directeur of ASIP santé, a public body and major player in e-health in France created by the Ministry of Health
      • A UK perspective on e-health – observations on aspects of NPfIT, the importance of whole system thinking, people and processes.
      • Dr Nick Gaunt, Chief Information and Knowledge Officer, NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement
      • Mobilising the e-health entire value chain in France: Challenges of regional and national implementation of hospital information systems and health informatics
      • Presentation of an ARS ( Agence Regional de Santé) in France -
      • Managing Director of Franche-Comte Regional Health Agency and head of the ARH (Agence Regionale de l’Hospitalisation),
      • Presentation of a public regional centre to promote information technology and health informatics for public and private hospitals
      • Frederique Serein , Managing Director of MIPIH (Midi Picardie Informatique Hospitaliere)
      • Presentation of a major player as ICT healthcare systems integrator in France
      • Geraud d’Argenlieu, Sales & Marketing Directorof Santeos (Atos)
      • Challenges of Telemedicine in France
      • Jean-Bernard SCHROEDER TICS & Supplies, Director at SNITEM with presentation of challenges and opportunities of telemedicine in France
      • Beyond the NPflT : New models and national programmes for the future
      • Jon Lindberg, healthcare programme manager at Intellect
      • Afternoon Session
      • Networking and one to one meetings
      UKTI ICT France 13-Dec-11
    • The event “Connected Health Challenges – Franco-British conference on e-health and autonomy” takes place in the British Ambassador’s Residence in Paris on 15 March 2012. UKTI ICT France 28-Oct-11
    • Contact Details UKTI France
      • For further details on attendance and registration fees, please contact UKTI France
      • Isabelle Hurley, UKTI Lead Commercial Officer on e-health project France
      • Tel: +33 (0)6 85 80 61 90 or +33 (0)4 72 77 81 78
      • Email: [email_address]
      • Daniel Ashley, UKTI Deputy Commercial Officer
      • Tel: +33 (0)1 44 51 32 73
      • Email: [email_address]
      UKTI ICT France 28-Oct-11