Wednesday, June 5n 2019 – 9h00 to 18h00
This event, supported by the MSH Paris-Saclay has been organized by Sandra Charreire Petit (RITM / UPSaclay), Eric Fouassier (GRADES / UPSaclay) & Damien Talbot (ClerMa / Université de Clermont-Ferrand Auvergne).
Qu’en est-il du déploiement en France, accéléré au plan politique depuis septembre 2018, des dispositifs de e-santé ? Qu’en est-il plus particulièrement en termes d’usages par les différentes parties prenantes (patients, médecins, soignants en HAD, pharmaciens, associations de malades, start-up du champ de la santé…) ?
How do people perceive these new e-health and e-pharmacy pratices and systems (tele-expertise, teleconsultation, remote monitoring/observance, remote assistance, etc.), which are largely based on dematerialization and data exchange?
Could these new systems generate new risks or divides (digital – social – economic – technological – generational) in the future, which could jeopardize the objectives set by public decision-makers?
The aim of this workshop was to initiate debates on e-health and e-pharmacy within the Paris-Saclay community and beyond, by bringing together different social science disciplines (e.eg. law – management – geography – economics, information systems) with health-related disciplines (e.g. medicine, pharmacy, computational biology).