The e-health cannot be ignored in reform of the care system

INFOGRAPHIC – The Montaigne Institute calls for a “New Deal” of the health that would be associated closely public and private actors.

By Keren Lentschner and Jacques-Olivier Martin
Thomas Buberl, ceo of Axa, one of the authors of a report devoted to e-health published Thursday.
Thomas Buberl, ceo of Axa, one of the authors of a report devoted to e-health published Thursday. François BOUCHON/Le Figaro

If the crisis of the Covid-19 revealed the shortcomings of our health care system, the willingness to reform has never been more present. With the “Ségur health“, the government has given eight weeks, until mid-July, to review the care system from the bottom up. The Montaigne Institute invites today in the debate by calling on the public authorities to make digital the backbone of this transformation. “The Covid has shown the strategic role of the health and the need to transform our system“says Thomas Buberl, ceo of Axa, one of the authors of a report devoted to e-health published Thursday (“E-health: increase the dose !”). “Accelerate the digital transformation of health is needed more than ever.”

The timing is propitious. The crisis has shown the capacity of health actors to innovate together, according to the Institute Montaigne. It also precipitated the adoption of digital solutions such as tele-consultation or the introduction of algorithms – in particular

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