2018

DIGITAL HEALTH CANADA AND HACKING HEALTH FORMALIZE STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP (PRESS RELEASE)

Digital Health Canada

Hacking Health

PRESS RELEASE
For immediate release

Digital Health Canada and Hacking Health Formalize Strategic Partnership

December 10, 2018 – TORONTO – Digital Health Canada and Hacking Health today announced a strategic partnership aimed at strengthening Canada’s digital health innovaLon ecosystem.

Encompassing two of Canada’s foremost health innovation communities — Digital Health Canada connects digital health professionals as they work to advance healthcare through technology and Hacking Health brings together innovators and healthcare experts to build front- line healthcare solutions — the partnership will enable cross-sector stakeholders to form new connections and strengthen existing relationships as they work to create the future of health in Canada.

“We want to bring the Hacking Health spirit of collaborative innovation to the broadest group of digital health stakeholders in Canada,” said Isabelle Vezina, Executive Director of Hacking Health. “Partnering with Digital Health Canada creates new opportunities for connection and knowledge-sharing for our volunteers and our ecosystem across Canada.”

Benefits of the partnership include: Digital Health Canada Membership for Hacking Health volunteers and stakeholders; collaborative Community of Action Working Groups; broader networks for both Hacking Health stakeholders and Digital Health Canada Members; and greater variety of available professional events and health innovation collaboration.

“I am excited about the benefits this partnership delivers to Digital Health Canada Members, Hacking Health volunteers, and Canadian healthcare stakeholders,” said Mark Casselman, CEO, Digital Health Canada. “Together, we are connecting the Canadian health ecosystem, from healthcare delivery organizations to private sector innovators, agencies to incubators, academics to entrepreneurs. With this partnership we welcome health-focused innovators who come to Hacking Health from healthcare (professionals and patients), tech, academia & research, government and investment, all working together to bring forward innovations that advance healthcare through digital health and health system modernization.”

Digital Health Canada connects, inspires, and educates the digital health professionals creating the future of health in Canada. Our 2500+ members are a diverse community of accomplished, influential professionals working to make a difference in advancing healthcare through information technology. Digital Health Canada fosters network growth and connection; brings together ideas from multiple segments for incubation and advocacy; supports members through professional development at the individual and organizational level; and advocates for the Canadian digital health industry. digitalhealthcanada.com

Hacking Health has been catalyzing co-creation of solutions to frontline healthcare problems since 2012. This is achieved through the organisation of events such as hackathons that gather members of the health ecosystem, from programmers to physicians, from researchers to patients. With the help of technology, experts from different areas (marketing, design) and a good dose of entrepreneurial spirit, Hacking Health has seen the birth of thousands of ideas and innovative projects. As a non-for-profit organisation, the movement counts 53 chapters in 15 countries spread over all five continents. Hacking Health is also 180 leaders and 600 volunteers across the world!
hacking-health.org

MEDIA CONTACT

Eileen McPhee
416-277-8136
emcphee@digitalhealthcanada.com

Diana Yazidjian
514-961-7020
diana.yazidjian@hackinghealth.ca

Isabelle Vézina
514-242-5010
isabelle.vezina@hackinghealth.ca

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What exactly is “patient-empowerment”?

Over the years, there has been much talk on the importance of placing the patient at the center of medical talks, at making patient a partner in decisions. How are we doing in that sphere? By “we”, we mean every stakeholder engaged in healthcare and that includes us.

Patient empowermentLet’s go down memory lane to find answers. In 2014-2015, the medical world spoke of human-centricity which was a natural extension from what the FDA coined “Human Factors” back in the 90’s: health professionals would became user advocates and assess new solutions on their behalf. “They would consider the experience and needs of the user and weigh them against financial and technological needs. More than solely functional, a well-designed product should be intuitive and naturally acquiesce to the user’s overall process and environment.” (source: Proceedings of the 2017 International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Health Care). The limitations with that approach was that end-users weren’t actually testing the product. They would arrive “after the fact”. From there, usability issues would arise. It is to be expected as professionals are not in their patients’ shoes, no matter how well they know them!

It is only in 2017 that we gained a new understanding of user experience. And we have our Dutch chapter to thank who was the first the coin the term “patient first”. Their hackathons would involve real patients, not makeshift, who would be involved in a new service or product and not “after the fact”. Their active participation would be felt and seen either as a member of the ideation team or as a mentor. This, in and of itself, was the true shift in paradigm.

And we embraced it.

We began advocating for patients and urging decision makers to take into consideration their needs.

“You have a product that you believe will alleviate pain? Seek insight from patient groups.”

“You plan on adding a new tool that you say will improve healthcare processes? Seek patients’ opinions.”

In our hackathons, we prided ourselves at building teams with patients at the core.

Patient empowermentWe believed we did well until last Spring where we had a taste of our own medicine.

Someone on Twitter called us out on our absence of patients as we were facilitating one of the most prominent hackathons in Canada.

At first, we thought that person was mistaken as one patient had pitched 4 ideas and we had a patient mentor for the other teams. Then it dawned on us that this gentleman was right: our jury of peers assessing the solutions that would emerge at the end of the hackathon included respected healthcare professionals and dignitaries but no patients! In a matter of hours, our team worked hand in hand with the organizing committee and recruited not one but two patients who did an amazing job as jurors. After all, patients’ role is capital throughout the process: from ideation to assessment. They will often be the ones benefiting from the solution. It’s only natural that they give their blessing or not.

Our lesson was learned. We should never underestimate the opinion of individuals outside of the medical sphere. Crowd-sourced knowledge has become standard currency. The crowd, collectively, is becoming increasingly intelligent and aware.

Patient empowermentWho else is better placed to gauge the quality of services than patients themselves? They are the ones suffering, they are the ones in the frontline. They have the experience. They are our “users” as in every business. Moreover, as the power of the crowd is driving the future of business with new technologies and services, individuals are now empowered to make their own health choices.

This reflection came together thanks to an informal online conversation with the Godfather of patient-centricity, Dave deBronkart, or widely known as ePatient Dave. Thank you, Dave!

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Coopérathon

Coopérathon 2018

From September 26th to November 1st, 2018
Imagined and Produced by Desjardins

In Collaboration with

Hacking Health

#Cooperathon18

Hacking Health is proud to be a long-standing and historic partner of the Cooperathon
and as organizer of Cooperathon 2018 health track, to accompany you in health projects.



WHAT IS THE COOPERATHON ?

The Cooperathon is the largest innovation competition in the world! It is a movement that brings together members of the community and organizations who value cooperation, innovation and entrepreneurship in order to have a positive impact on society. During a four-week period, these groups will work together on solutions to real problems that exist in today’s society.

Cooperathon 2018 focusses on four major tracks: Finance, Health, Education and Energy / Environment. Each track is part of the Sustainable Development Goals defined by the United Nations.

This year once again, Hacking Health is partnering with the Cooperathon as leader of the Health track.

PREVIOUS EDITIONS OF THE COOPERATHON

Cooperathon 2017 Final

Semi-Finale Coopérathon 2017

Cooperathon 2017 Semi-Final

Grande Finale Coopérathon 2017

WORKING TOWARDS ACCESSIBLE HEALTHCARE AND PREVENTION FOR ALL CITIZENS AND COMMUNITIES

Access to healthcare is critical. The current system is constantly faced with a large number of challenges. By addressing these, we strive to:

  • strengthen the healthcare system
  • decrease healthcare costs
  • reduce inequalities regarding access to healthcare
  • improve quality of life.

This is why the Cooperathon, Hacking Health and their partners, need your help to build accessible and preventive solutions for our citizens and communities.

In 2018, many health issues remain. For example:

  • Chronic disease
  • Aging and home healthcare
  • Mental health
  • Mental Health at work
  • Healthy lifestyle
  • Cost management

  • Visible minorities and LGBTQ communities
  • Use of sensitive and private data
  • Aboriginal health
  • Medical marijuana
  • Health issues related to the environment
  • Education and knowledge transfer to patients

WHY PARTICIPATE IN THE COOPERATHON?

  • Develop a project that you are passionate about
  • Take on a new challenge
  • Acquire new skill sets
  • Network with individuals who want to change the status-quo
  • Live a new experience through a unique type of collaboration
  • Make a social impact
  • Contribute to Sustainable Development Goals defined by the United Nations.

 

WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?

  • All citizens or specialists committed to improving health and well-being of our society
  • All individuals, experts in their field, with the desire to lend a hand and transform healthcare in our society

Also…

  • Healthcare professionals, patients, public and private healthcare institutions
  • Technology professionals, entrepreneurs and start-ups
  • Professors, students, researchers and research centers
  • Professional or patient associations
  • Businesses of all sizes
  • Investors, incubators and accelerators
  • Government agencies
  • Non-government organizations and non-profit organizations

 

THE COOPERATHON 2018 JOURNEY : 5 SPRINTS IN 25 DAYS FOR A STRONG IMPACT

Unite - Sprint 0

Team Formation

Sprint 0 is based on the social mixology event of September 26. The goal is to finalize your team by recruiting new members from the community.

Understand - Sprint 1

Ideation

This step is dedicated to developing a good understanding of the problem, starting with the ideation process in order to find the solution that creates the highest impact.

Design - Sprint 2

Solutions

Sprint 2 is where business models and solutions are designed. These should be sustainable and impart the highest possible social impact.

Build - Sprint 3

Prototypes

Sprint 3 is where prototypes are built and validated to demonstrate their viability.

Convince

Pitch

Sprint 4 is the preparation for the ultimate pitch to be delivered at the semi-finals. Finalists are announced at the end of October and will be invited to the finals.

SOME EXAMPLES OF PROJECTS FROM PREVIOUS COOPERATHONS

Ma Mobiclinique

Ma Mobiclinique: is a community-based healthcare for low-income families.

Doulapp

Doulapp: is a virtual support for pregnant women until delivery.

Dis-moi

Dis-moi (previously Youhou): is a platform enabling school caregivers or counsellors to monitor, on a regular basis and in all confidentiality, the level of engagement and well-being of secondary students with the goal of identifying students in distress and preventing suicide.

Neona for parents: is an application which offers service and support, powered through the use of artificial intelligence, to reassure parents of hospitalized newborns.

Blockchain Citiz: is a Quebec company whose goal is to create an integrated platform to monitor data and provide support for self-management of Type 2 diabetes.

For more success stories, visit Born @ HH Hackathon.

ARE YOU SOCIALLY COMMITTED?
DO YOU WANT TO CHANGE THE WORLD?
DO YOU HAVE AN IDEA FOR A PROJECT?

THE COOPERATHON IS THE PLACE FOR YOU!

TO PARTICIPATE, SUBMIT A PROJECT, CONTRIBUTE OR SUPPORT THE COOPERATHON:

Meeting Place: www.cooperathon.com , we are open for registrations!
For more information: info@cooperathon.com

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DIGITAL HEALTH CANADA AND HACKING HEALTH FORM A STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP (PRESS RELEASE)

Digital Health Canada

Hacking Health

PRESS RELEASE
For immediate release

Digital Health Canada and Hacking Health are pleased to announce their strategic partnership

Together, Digital Health Canada and Hacking Health partnership will focus on delivering new programs, events, and membership opportunities to Canadian digital health professionals.

May 29, 2018 – TORONTO – Canada-wide professional association Digital Health Canada today announced the formation of a Joint Business Partnership Committee with Hacking Health, a Montreal-based non-for-profit organization that brings together innovators and healthcare experts to build solutions to front-line healthcare problems through the use of emerging technology.

The Joint Business Partnership Committee will combine the strengths of the two organizations to support Canadian digital health professionals with new programs, services, and events that will foster innovation and collaboration in the digital health and healthcare delivery sectors.

“Hacking Health’s grass-roots engagement of health innovators across Canada and the world is inspirational,” says Mark Casselman, CEO, Digital Health Canada. ”We believe that this business partnership between Digital Health Canada and Hacking Health will enhance the value that our members, volunteers, and partners receive and will ultimately be a catalyst for innovation and a better health experience for Canadians.”

The partnership formalizes a collaboration that started in 2014 with the first annual Hacking Health competition at e-Health Conference and Tradeshow, Canada’s only national digital health event. Hacking Health at e-Health has since grown to be a sought-after event of the annual conference, with driven participants consistently delivering innovative solutions to healthcare challenges.

Hacking Health co-founders Luc Sirois and Hadi Salah have both been instrumental to the success of Hacking Health at e-Health, and the hacking health movement across Canada and internationally. “We are so excited to work with Digital Health Canada to drive the growth of the Hacking Health movement for collaboration, innovation, and creativity in healthcare. We are thrilled to take this important next step partnering for innovation in Canada,” said Isabelle Vezina, Executive Director of Hacking Health.

Digital Health Canada connects, inspires, and educates the digital health professionals creating the future of health in Canada. Our 1500+ members are a diverse community of accomplished, influential professionals working to make a difference in advancing healthcare through information technology. Digital Health Canada fosters network growth and connection; brings together ideas from multiple segments for incubation and advocacy; supports members through professional development at the individual and organizational level; and advocates for the Canadian digital health industry. digitalhealthcanada.com

Hacking Health is a not-for-profit organization that aims to catalyse cooperation by allowing the main stakeholders to co-create innovative, concrete solutions that meet healthcare challenges. With the help of its partners, Hacking Health promotes long-term initiatives: we encourage organizations and regions to work hand-in-hand with the stakeholders and help them transform in order to continually innovate.
Hacking Health has become an international community movement in health innovation, with a know-how and gathering events portfolio that includes the hackathons and design jams. We act as innovation brokers for these communities. The movement has 53 chapters in 16 countries spread over all five continents. hacking-health.org

Digital Health, Hacking Health form partnership
– Reprinted from Canadian Healthcare Technology – June 6, 2018 issue

MEDIA CONTACT

Eileen McPhee
416-277-8136
emcphee@digitalhealthcanada.com

Diana Yazidjian
514-961-7020
diana.yazidjian@hackinghealth.ca

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Hacking Health Ottawa #HIP613 Hackathon

Schedule | What to Bring | Prizes & AwardsJudging Criteria

We invite healthcare professionals, designers, developers, innovators and entrepreneurs to take part in building useable solutions to frontline healthcare problems. Join us Friday, April 27 to Sunday, April 29 for Hacking Health Ottawa’s #HIP613 Hackathon taking place at Shopify.

 What is #HIP613?

#HIP613 Hackathon is a fun, hands-on, intense, 3-day hackathon that breaks down barriers to healthcare innovation in Ottawa. Our goal isn’t just to organize hackathons, it’s to have a long-term impact on our healthcare system. Last year’s hackathon resulted in the development of 13 projects, two of which are being piloted at CHEO Hospital. We can’t wait to see you contribute to a hackathon project that can be brought to market for the benefit of communities everywhere – we have the resources to help you get there!

At the hackathon, teams will pitch ideas, get advice from experts and build solutions that can be integrated and implemented into our healthcare system. We are excited to see the projects you’re dreaming up come to life!

Schedule

Friday, April 27 Saturday, April 28 Sunday, April 29
8:00 AM Breakfast Breakfast
9:00 AM Hacking Starts Hacking
10:00 AM Pitch Clinic with L-Spark
12:00 PM Lunch & Judging Criteria Presentation Lunch
1:00 PM Hacking Hacking Ends
1:30 PM Pre-Presentation: Team Line Up
2:00 PM Closing Ceremony
5:00 PM Dinner End of Day 3
6:00 PM Hacking
7:00 PM Registration Opens
7:25 PM Opening Ceremony
8:00 PM Pitches
9:00 PM Team Formation & Networking
10:00 PM End of Day 1  End of Day 2

Things To Bring

❏ Phone + Charger ❏ Sensors/ Hardware
❏ Headphones or Earplugs ❏ Valid ID
❏ Extra Battery ❏ Notebook/ Pen
❏ Extension Cords ❏ Sweater
❏ Keyboard/ Mouse ❏ Computer and Modified External Monitor (optional)

Prizes & Awards

Prizes
IBM Design Mentorship Program |  Design studio sessions, mentoring, and more
Shopify Mentorship Program | 3 hours of mentorship over a 3 month period
CHEO Pilot Opportunity |  Advice, feedback and potential for piloting within CHEO hospital
 Algonquin College Aging Solution | Up to $10,000 to assist a project related to aging

Awards
Desjardin Health Innovation | $500 cash prize
• Girls & Women In Technology, sponsored by Macadamian Technologies | $250 Girls Can Hack it!

Judging Criteria

+ IMPACTFUL
• Importance of the problem tackled
• Extent of the impact the solution can have
+ REALISTIC
• Demonstration of a working prototype
• Elaborate design of solution
+ QUALITY
• Quality of the design, UI, etc
• Usability for the target users
• Fit the ecosystem of infrastructure
+ INNOVATIVE
• Quality of the design, UI, etc
• Usability for the target users
• Fit the ecosystem of infrastructure
+ PROMISING
• Can be adopted naturally and rapidly
• Level of insights on the solution
• If possible: Could become a real business
+ WELL PRESENTED
• Clear, succinct, inspiring
• Understand the importance of the problem

 

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LAUNCH OF RESIDENT INNOVATORS (PRESS RELEASE) | LANCEMENT D’INNOVATEURS EN RESIDENCE (COMMUNIQUE DE PRESSE)

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CHU SAINTE-JUSTINE – FRQ – HEC MONTRÉAL – HACKING HEALTH – PROMPT

CREATION OF INNOVATORS IN RESIDENCE

Montréal, Thursday, April 5, 2018 – CHU Sainte-Justine, Hacking Health, Mosaic Pôle-HEC Montréal and PROMPT, along with the Fonds de recherche du Québec, are joining forces and combining their expertise to create a unique health innovation support program in Québec: “Resident innovators”.

Intended for entrepreneurs and management students, the program consists of two components: a residency in a clinical setting, and a community of practice allowing them to be part of a health innovation ecosystem. The Fonds de recherche du Québec supports this initiative, offering a starting grant of up to $375,000 over three years if the pilot phase proves to be successful.

The duration of the residency component will be spread over 8 to 12 months, during which the “resident innovators” will choose an innovation and work with interdisciplinary teams of clinicians, researchers and patients to develop and implement the projects.

“This bold and creative program stems from actual needs in the field—to better support, implement and promote innovations in health in order to create real benefits for the population,” said Dr. Fabrice Brunet, Chief Executive Officer of CHU Sainte-Justine. “We are pleased to welcome resident innovators into our establishment and to contribute actively to advancing and sharing this knowledge, as well as to the marketing of these health innovations.”

“The Fonds de recherche du Québec (FRQ) is happy to provide financial support toward this innovative program. It will enable entrepreneurs and graduate students to team up in order to stimulate the introduction of innovations into the healthcare system to benefit the population,” declared Rémi Quirion, Chief Scientist of Québec.

“Research and innovation are first and foremost about people who invest in them and their talent. As part of the 2017-2022 Québec Strategy for Research and Innovation, one of the responsibilities entrusted to the Québec Research Funds by the government is to provide support for the development of talent to students and emerging researchers by offering adequate and adapted support. The Innovators in Residence program is a very concrete example of that support. Surely, together we will be able, as an innovative society, to meet the many challenges that face us in the 21st century, “said Ms. Dominique Anglade, Deputy Premier, Minister of Economy, Science and Innovation and Minister responsible for the Digital Strategy.

“This program will offer Québec entrepreneurs a unique opportunity: to improve their innovation in collaboration with the first line users while building a solid business plan with innovation marketing experts. These two factors should be gauges of success that will increase their chances of success when marketing not only in Québec, but internationally,” added Ms. Isabelle Vézina, Executive Director of Hacking Health.

“The Mosaic Pôle-HEC Montréal is proud to partner up with Hacking Health, CHU Sainte-Justine and Prompt, and now the FRQ, and help mobilize the most advanced knowledge and best practices in the organization, piloting and support of innovation to the service of health innovators and entrepreneurs,” stated Mr. Laurent Simon, Co- Director of the Mosaic Pôle-HEC Montréal and Full Professor.

“Creativity often means applying good ideas to new areas. The medical world has a long-standing understanding of residency. Extending this concept to the entrepreneurs and young researchers in management will open a world of possibilities for the creation of relevant technologies and the improvement of the healthcare system,” added Mr. Luc Sirois, Executive Director of PROMPT. “This innovative approach will shine a light on Québec creativity worldwide.”

The complete program for CHU Sainte-Justine’s Semaine de la qualité et de l’innovation is available now on the institution’s website: https://www.chusj.org.

Partners

CHU Sainte-Justine’s Semaine de la qualité et de l’innovation, presented by the CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation, is supported by various dedicated partners, including: Kinova, Servier, Siemens Healthineers, Air Liquide Healthcare, Hospitalis, Ministère de l’Économie, de la Science et de l’Innovation du Québec, MEDTEQ, ProContact, Prompt, Réseau Technoscience, Hacking Health and HEC Montréal.

About the CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation

The CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation aims to engage the community and support CHU Sainte-Justine in its pursuit of excellence and commitment to providing the children and mothers of today and tomorrow with one of the highest levels of healthcare in the world. http://www.fondationsaintejustine.org/en/

About CHU Sainte-Justine

The Sainte-Justine university hospital centre (CHU Sainte-Justine) is the largest mother-child centre in Canada and the second largest pediatric hospital in North America. A member of the Université de Montréal extended network of excellence in health (RUIS), Sainte-Justine has 5,457 employees, including 1,532 nurses and nursing assistants; 1,000 other healthcare professionals; 520 physicians, dentists and pharmacists; 822 residents and over 204 researchers; 411 volunteers; and 4,416 interns and students in a wide range of disciplines. CHU Sainte-Justine has 484 beds, including 67 at the Centre de réadaptation Marie Enfant (CRME), the only exclusively pediatric rehabilitation centre in Québec. The World Health Organization has recognized CHU Sainte-Justine as a “health promoting hospital.” www.chusj.org

About the Fonds de recherche du Québec (FRQ)

Reporting to the Minister of Economy, Science and Innovation, the Fonds de recherche du Québec strives to ensure the strategic and coherent development as well as the financial support of Québec research, establish the necessary partnerships to carry out their mission, and promote and support knowledge mobilization. www.scientifique-en-chef.gouv.qc.ca

About Hacking Health

Hacking Health is a non-profit organization that aims to catalyse cooperation by allowing the main stakeholders to co-create innovative, concrete solutions that meet healthcare challenges. With the help of its partners, Hacking Health promotes long-term initiatives: we encourage organizations and regions to work hand-in-hand with the stakeholders and help them transform in order to continually innovate.

Hacking Health has become an international community movement in health innovation, with a know-how and gathering events portfolio that includes the hackathons and design jams. We act as innovation brokers for these communities. The movement has 53 chapters in 16 countries spread over all five continents.

About HEC Montréal

Internationally renowned business school, HEC Montréal welcomes more than 13,000 students and trains more than 7,000 executives and managers every year. The School holds numerous accreditations and offers close to 100 university programs of all levels. It is among the most active Canadian business schools in research, with some 28 research and transfer units, including 27 chairs and 6 Canada Research Chairs. With its 272 professors and teaching body, HEC Montréal offers multilingual teaching and attracts students from close to 140 countries. Since its foundation in 1907, HEC Montréal has trained more than 86,000 graduates in all areas of management.

About Prompt

Prompt is the industrial research consortium of the digital and ICT sectors in Québec. It facilitates partnerships, projects and R&D financing between the companies and the institutional research sector. The projects financed cover all sub-sectors in this vast field, for software and hardware development, as well as for the development of components, networks and applications. As an innovation broker, Prompt wants to breathe new life into the ICT innovation and collaborative research ecosystem. With the financial support of the government of Québec and private sector, Prompt stimulates the creation of new alliances that improve Québec companies’ R&D abilities, stimulate private investments in research and promote the development of highly-qualified staff for the future of Québec. Prompt is a proud partner of TechnoPolys and QuébecInnove.

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Sources: CHU Sainte-Justine, Hacking Health, Mosaic Pôle-HEC Montréal and PROMPT

Information:

Mélanie Dallaire
Executive advisor | External communications
CHU Sainte-Justine
Office: 514-345-7707 / Pager: 514-415-5727
melanie.dallaire.hsj@ssss.gouv.qc.ca

Benoit Sévigny
Fonds de recherche du Québec
514-873-2114, ext. 1619
benoit.sevigny@frq.gouv.qc.ca

Diana Yazidjian
Director of Communications
Hacking Health
514-961-7020
diana.yazidjian@hackinhealth.ca

Marie-Pierre Hamel
Media Relations Advisor
HEC Montréal
514-340-7320
marie-pierre.hamel@hec.ca

Maxime-R. Clerk
Senior Director, Partnerships and Communications
PROMPT
Office: 514-875-0032, ext. 15
mclerk@promptinnov.com

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