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Hacking Health Camp

March 17, 2017 - March 20, 2017

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Create the future of healthcare

Hacking Health Camp is a 4 day international event dedicated to breaking down the barriers of innovation in healthcare. It includes the largest european hackathon on healthcare.
Inspiring conferences on healthcare future, training workshops on new health technologies, legal aspects, design … and a weekend-long hackathon to build prototypes. Each day we create a space for health professionals, designers, hackers, makers and entrepreneurs to collaborate. It’s an event for anyone interested in health innovation as it rallies health and tech professionals around their common interest, helping them discover amazing possibilities for tomorrow’s health.

One of the best worldwide event on innovation in healthcare is here in Strasbourg
2015 – Jorge Juan Fernandez Garcia

CIO of Moebio program

We all regret we were not in Steve Jobs’s garage in the 70’s, but in 30 years, you will be able to say that you were here in Strasbourg today…
2014 – Uwe Diegel

iHealth President

I learn more in 2 days rather than in the last 5 years
2015 – Carole Mathelin

Phd Cancer, Breast specialist

This hackathon was great encounter, gorgeous creative energy and outcomes ! On of my best professional and human experience have ever lived. Something really AMAZING !!
2015 – Mathieu Robert

Designer

 

You missed 2016 edition ?

Contact us for 2017 edition

All projects and awards

PHOTOS

Conferences
Training
Hackathon

VIDEOS

Conferences
Pitchs Hackathon
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Bilan

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Special FHIR session

Join us
Submit a challenge

 

Create the future of healthcare

Hacking Health Camp is a 4 day international event dedicated to breaking down the barriers of innovation in healthcare. It includes the largest european hackathon on healthcare.
Inspiring conferences on healthcare future, training workshops on new health technologies, legal aspects, design … and a weekend-long hackathon to build prototypes. Each day we create a space for health professionals, designers, hackers, makers and entrepreneurs to collaborate. It’s an event for anyone interested in health innovation as it rallies health and tech professionals around their common interest, helping them discover amazing possibilities for tomorrow’s health.

One of the best worldwide event on innovation in healthcare is here in Strasbourg
2015 – Jorge Juan Fernandez Garcia

CIO of Moebio program

We all regret we were not in Steve Jobs’s garage in the 70’s, but in 30 years, you will be able to say that you were here in Strasbourg today…
2014 – Uwe Diegel

iHealth President

I learn more in 2 days rather than in the last 5 years
2015 – Carole Mathelin

Phd Cancer, Breast specialist

This hackathon was great encounter, gorgeous creative energy and outcomes ! On of my best professional and human experience have ever lived. Something really AMAZING !!
2015 – Mathieu Robert

Designer

 

Hacking Health > Strasbourg > Hacking Health Camp 2016Press | FAQ

Live translation available for all conferences between English and French (ask for your headphones at registration)

Admission

 

Sébastien LetéliéLuc Sirois

Introduction (EN)

Hacking Health : Sébastien LetéliéLuc Sirois

odile piot-grosjeansanofi

Keynote

Open-innovation at Sanofi : from R&D to drug, a hope for patients (FR)

Odile Piot-Grosjean – Directrice R&D

Luc Soler

Surgery and Computer Science : Inventing the Future (FR)

Luc Soler

Pierre Garner

Design and Selfcare : When patient meet empowerment (FR)

Pierre Garner

Malcolm Pradhan

Patients sans Frontières – The Future of AI and Deep Learning in Healthcare (EN)

Malcolm Pradhan

 

laurence comte-arassusmedtronic

Keynote

Partnership as a key to move towards value based healthcare (FR)

Laurence Comte Arassus – Vice President Medtronic France

Benoit Thieulin

Connected health, 2.0 or personalized (FR)

Benoit Thieulin

Charles Jaffe

The Future of Healthcare (EN)

Charles Jaffe

 

Break

remy-bourganel

Empathy and data subjectivation (FR)

Remy Bourganel

 

Sébastien LetéliéLuc Sirois

Conclusion (EN)

Hacking Health : Sébastien LetéliéLuc Sirois

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Apéro VIP – Hospices de Strasbourg (invitation required)

 

Accueil

 

Sébastien LetéliéLuc Sirois

Introduction – Keynote

Hacking Health : Sébastien LetéliéLuc Sirois

 

CONFERENCES
(SALLE 1)

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CONFERENCES
(SALLE 2)

 

CONFERENCES
(SALLE 3)

 

WORKSHOPS
(SALLE 4)

Matthieu Robert

Design in healthcare (FR)

Matthieu Robert
Jean Noel Ravey

Medical value of health data (FR)

Jean Noel Ravey

Qualify data value used in healthcare is essential to define which one to catch, how to think and build a winning strategy for the patient : a medical vision to convert data in life hope.
James Agnew

FHIR for hackers (EN)

James Agnew

James Agnew
Become a FHIR expert

4h workshop with James Agnew (special ticket 399€)

Pierre Desmarais

Health connected objects (FR)
*** Canceled **

Pierre Desmarais

Mehdi Benchoufi

Echopen an opensource and ultra mobile ultrasound scan (FR)

Mehdi Benchoufi

echopen est un projet communautaire et Open Source dont l’ambition est de développer un prototype fonctionnel de sonde d’écho-stéthoscopie Open Source Hardware, low cost et qui se connecte à un smartphone ou une tablette. L’objectif est de transformer de manière radicale l’orientation diagnostic dans le cadre de la pratique de l’examen clinique tant dans la médecine des pays du nord que des pays du sud.

Claire Balva

How blockchain can transform healthcare (FR)

Claire Balva

Philippe Charrière

Connected health objects for hearing pathologies (FR)

Philippe Charrière

 

Break

yann-ferrari

Connected patient’s rights and obligations (FR)

Yann Ferrari

Sébastien Jodogne

Pathology and DICOM (EN)

Sébastien Jodogne

David Denysiak

Health Data Hosting Agreement (FR)

David Denysiak

bernard-deregnaucourt

VIDAL API – drug database (FR)

Bernard Deregnaucourt

Patrick Meyer

IBM Watson : cognitive services for health (FR)

Patrick Meyer

Pascal Zellner

Cloud monitoring of health data (EN)

Pascal Zellner

bernard-deregnaucourt

VIDAL API – drug database (FR)

Bernard Deregnaucourt

André Loth

Health data access (FR)

André Loth

Julien Lamy

Odil: implementation of a DICOM library in C++ (EN)

Julien Lamy

Catherine Chronaki

Large scale eHealth deployment in Europe : Do standards matter? (EN)

Catherine Chronaki

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Open mHealth: understanding mobile health data (EN)

Emerson Farrugia

In this talk, we will discuss the movement of health data, specifically mobile health data, from one system to another. We’ll talk about where health data lives, what it looks like, how to get it, and most importantly, how to make sense of it. We’ll cover some of the standards and companies involved, and mention the APIs and tools you can use to interoperate.

Lunch

Denis Pellerin

Design for bio analysis visualisation (FR)

Denis Pellerin

La visualisation d’analyses au service de l’information du patient : une évolution de la relation médecin-laboratoire-patient. Retour d’expérience du projet Nume.

Emmanuel Cordonnier

DICOM video management : current solution and future (FR)

Emmanuel Cordonnier

Olivier Gryson

Perspective in digital health: switching from connected gadgets to e-drugs (EN)

Olivier Gryson

Doctors are currently flooded by a massive offer of mobile apps and other digital services. Many of them may offer true health outcomes, whereas others are useless. What are the key factors that will encourage doctors to move further and systematically embrace some digital solutions.

Emerson Farrugia

Open mHealth: integrating mobile health data (EN)

Emerson Farrugia

In this talk, we will discuss mobile health data APIs and data aggregators. We’ll talk about what data they serve and the types of devices they support, how the APIs are designed, and how to evaluate which to use. We’ll also deploy and run Shimmer, a free and open-source application that makes it easy to get data from seven major APIs and counting.
Fabian Raddatz

Health data protection and regulatory specifics in Germany – taking a closer look at wearables (EN)

Fabian Raddatz

Amandine Lemaitre

DICOMweb (DICOM STOW, WADO, QIDO) : potential and implementation sample (FR)

Amandine Le Maitre

Olivier de Fresnoye

Project Epidemium – open research in cancer (FR)

Olivier de Fresnoye

Epidemium est un programme de recherche scientifique collaboratif et ouvert à tous, crée en partenariat avec Roche et La Paillasse, dont l’ambition est d’explorer le potentiel des Big Data en épidémiologie du cancer, en proposant une série de challenges d’une durée de six mois autour de jeux de données ouverts. Du 5 novembre 2015 au 05 mai 2016, le programme mets à la disposition de tous ceux qui souhaitent contribuer un ensemble de ressources, des jeux de données, des environnements de simulation, un cadre éthique et juridique et l’accès à un écosystème pluridisciplinaire d’experts. www.epidemium.cc

Youen CheneEric Kramer

BigData in healthcare (FR)

Youen Chene & Eric Kramer

Jérôme PansanelNicolasThome

Cloud and DeepLearning with health data (EN)

Jérôme PansanelNicolas Thome

frederic-lambrechts

Fifty shades of Orthanc (EN)

Frédéric Lambrechts

Cécile Monteil

Eppocrate – MD social network (FR)

Cecile Monteil

 

Youen CheneEric Kramer

BigData in healthcare (FR)

Youen Chene & Eric Kramer

 

Break

Cyrille Michaud

Startups in medical devices : be successful with regulations (FR)

Cyrille Michaud

pierre-guntzer

DICOM evolution for supporting the Medical Physics (EN)

Pierre Guntzer

 

Caroline Zorn

Threshold between wellness and health (FR)

Caroline Zorn
Patricia Garcia

Hoodie (EN)

Patricia Garcia

Offline web apps
arnaud-charnoz

Health software certification (FR)

Arnaud Charnoz

Yannick Jost

Connected objects transport and security protocols (FR)

Yannick Jost

 

Marielle MailhesArnaud LambertCecile Théard JalluManuel Ortiz

FUND RAISING ANALYSIS
FOR EARLY STAGE
HEALTH STARTUPS (FR)

Marielle MailhesArnaud LambertCécile Théard-JalluManuel Ortiz
Patricia Garcia

Hoodie (EN)

Patricia Garcia

Offline web apps

 

damien-rillardstephane-becker

Pitch Clinics

Damien Rillard & Stephane Becker

Pitchs training session

Design Clinics

La Fabrique de l’hospitalité

Design tools to well started your project

Sébastien LetéliéLuc Sirois

Introduction

Hacking Health : Sébastien LetéliéLuc Sirois

 

roche

Innovate to improve patient’s quality of life (FR)

Isabelle Vitali – Innovation and Alliances Development Director

Pascal Desfarges

POUR UN BIEN ÊTRE COMMUN À L’HEURE DE LA SOCIÉTÉ CONTRIBUTIVE (FR)

Pascal Desfarges

Hacker, remixer, innover par ceux qui vivent, produisent, et inventent la santé de demain

Grand Amphithéâtre de la Fac de médecine

 

 

co-organized by alsace digitale
initiativefrench-tech-alsace

 

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Start:
March 17, 2017
End:
March 20, 2017
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Auditorium du conservatoire de musique
1 place Dauphine (near place de l'étoile)
Strasbourg, France
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