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Village Animation / Bien-être Paris Healthcare Week 1. Animation / Wellness Village

A true incubator of ideas to improve patients’ daily lives, the village brings together service companies offering entertainment and well-being solutions for residents and patients in healthcare and medico-social establishments.

Already registered in 2018: Agoralude, All Massages, Belovia, Chauffe Citron, Music Care, Nicefor, Phoque Paro, Ullo, Verdurable…

 

Le village bloc opératoire - ASPEC 2. Operating Room – ASPEC Village

A full-size operating room!

Practical workshops, conferences and specialized exhibitors will offer a practical approach bringing to light the invisible, technical and innovative solutions as well as a focus on the role of caregivers (behavior, gestures, dress code, etc).

Come and discover all the jobs dedicated to the global approach of contamination control, infectious risk control thus participating in the fight against nosocomial infections.

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Already registered in 2018 : Airinspace, Aspec, Biion – Mirrhia, Camfil, Denco Happel, Hex, IDC Medical, Sagicofim…

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3. Architects Village

Real place of interprofessional exchanges, participants will bring at the forefront their expertise in hospital architecture and their vision on the evolution of French and European hospital and medico-social facilities. 30 architectural firms specialized and a program of more than 20 conferences, debates and round-tables.

Already registered in 2018: A.26 Architectures, A+ Architecture, AAGroup, AART – Farah Architectes Associés, AIA Life Designers, Archipelago Architects, Architecture-Studio, Art & Build, Assar Architects, Ataub Architectes, Atelier Brigitte Galloni, Atelier d’Architecture Alain Janiaud, Atelier d’Architecture Hall Idasiak, BDM Architectes, Behrend Cent Degres Architectures, CBXS Architectes, Chabanne & Partners, Coco Architecture, CRR Architecture, Emmanuelle Colboc & Associes, Groupe 6, H Média – Architecture Hospitalière, In-Fine Architectes, Kardham Cardete Huet Architecture, Mengeot & Associes, Michel Beauvais Associes, R2A, Scau, SCP d’Architecture Miranda & Jean Marc Follea, Sud Architectes, TLR Architecture…

 

4. CATEL Showroom & Village

Solutions for telehealth, telemedicine, applications, web platforms, connected objectsCATEL Showroom & Village welcomes major companies dealing with e-health.

3 days of free access e-health dedicated talks on the showroom to share and learn about market orientations and practices.

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Already registered in 2018: Ambuliz, Careservant BV, Catel, Docndoc, Exolis Health, H2AD, Lamirau-Mir, Lib-Heros, mc²i groupe , Move in Med, Myapphone, Onyourmap, Qalyo, Srett, Vieconnect, Zembro…

 

5. Consulting / Training Village

As sanitary or medico-social institutions must constantly evolve and train, the Consulting / Training Village offers to exchange with your tomorrow’s partners.

Located in the center of Service, Consulting, Training, Institution sector at HopitalExpo and GerontHandicapExpo, the Consulting / Training Village welcomes some twenty consulting firms and training organizations.

Already registered in 2018: Aneo, Cerclh, Cesegh, Codes, Dumuis Conseil, Ecole Supérieure de Commerce d’Amiens, Fidelis, Le CNAM, Opta, Tecnorest…

 

6. Construction / Engineering Village

To share with general building contractors, design consultants and engineering firms who will be the key partners in your future healthcare facilities construction and/or renovation projects.7. Logistics Outsourcing Village

Healthcare facilities are increasingly choosing to outsource logistics services.

The Village will gather service providers offering outsourcing solutions for catering, laundry, cleaning, hygiene, multi-services, etc.

 

LE VILLAGE DES ENTREPRISES DU MEDICAMENT avec le LEEM7. Drug Companies Village

“Pharmaceutical companies: drugs, is that’s all …? “

For its first participation at Paris Healthcare Week, the Leem, professional organization of drug companies, challenges visitors to its stand through several debates entitled “Leem Lives“. Far from being merely a drug producer, drug companies are positioning themselves alongside healthcare players to facilitate patients’ access to innovative treatments and support them in the correct use of their medication.

These exchanges intend to put in perspective the crossed views of public, private and economic operators. They will focus on the attractiveness of clinical research (May 29), experiments in the territories (May 30) and the relationship of trust in the territories (May 31).

The partner laboratories will invest the Leem stand to present their projects through their own lives.

Among which: Amgen, AstraZeneca, Baxter, Biogen, MSD, Novartis, Novo Nordisk, Pfizer, Pierre Fabre, Roche, Sanofi, Vifor Pharma.

8. Security / Safety Village

Traditionally hosting and meeting places, hospitals must today strengthen their security against the long-term terrorist threat, but also to respond to new situations of violence against health professionals.

The village will bring together providers offering solutions dedicated to facilities’ security and safety.

 

9. Start-up Village

With nearly 30 start-ups every year, the village is full of ideas and innovative solutions that will help improve tomorrow’s health.

Young, innovative, French or international, these key players of the future respond to the challenges related to the transformation of health uses through digital technology.

Already registered in 2018: Act&Care, Ambulines, Bipsoin, Cerebellis, Colnec Health, Directosanté, Dispo Matching, Galéon, Healthy Mind, Immersive Thérapy, InnovSanté, Mapui, Medelse, Medeo Health, Medgo, Medikstaff, Medipix, Medisanté, Mediveille, Mercidocteur, Mypl, Osimis, Pandalab, Santé Net, Tilak Healthcare, Waryme, Yello…

 

10. UGAP « Digital Health Territory » Village 

Law of health system modernization, new European personal data protection regulation, 2018 will thus be emphasized by political and regulatory topics meeting the challenges of Big data in health.

Health data will grow exponentially by 2050

Stakes are therefore both economic (challenges linked in particular to chronic diseases and aging) but also legal and political, particularly in regard to data access, conditions of exploitation, and their sustainability.

UGAP has thus formed, in connection with all institutional and economic actors of this market (Hexatrust, Systematic, French Tech, Anssi, …), a qualified and immediately available offer of solutions working on the whole chain. Find them on UGAP « Digital Health Territory » Village.

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Already registered in 2018: Atempo, BNP Paribas Leasing Solutions, CDC Arhkineo, Doctolib, Franfinance, Idnomic, La Banque Postale Crédit Entreprises, Rigby Capital, Vade Secure, Wallix…

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