CHAM 2014

« LIBERTY, HEALTH, INEQUALITY! »
SEPTEMBER 26-27, 2014
« LE MAJESTIC » CONGRESS CENTER, CHAMONIX-MONT-BLANC
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Program

Friday September 26
8h30 Welcome
9h00 Introduction: G. Vallancien, President, CHAM (FR)
9h05 Discussion 1
To redesign Health capitalism

J. Le Grand, Professor of Social Policy, the London School of Economics; Senior Policy Advisor to former Prime Minister Tony Blair (UK)
J. de Kervasdoué, Health Economist; Chairholder of Economics and Health Services Management, the National Academy of Arts and Trades - CNAM (FR)
Moderate by P. Leduc, MD ; Journalist, Think Tank Health and Economy, les Echos (FR)
INEQUALITY
10h00 Debate 1
Citizens: How to access to Open Data?



MODERATOR: D. Silber, President, Basil Strategies, Docteur 2.0 (USA)
L. Alexandre, President, DNA vision; Co-founder, Doctissimo (FR) – A. Flahault, Professor of Public Health, Paris-Descartes University (FR) – C. Gruson-Daniel, ENS Paris, co-founder, Hack Your PhD (FR) – Th. London, Associate Director, responsible of Healthcare sector in France, McKinsey & Company, Inc. (FR)
11h00
Break
11h20 Debate 2
Patients: To which door to knock?

MODERATOR: E. Hubert, President, FNEHAD; Former Minister (FR)
M. Binst, CEO, Santéclair (FR) – V. Brouchoud, President, Doctissimo (FR)
Y. de Prost, Professor of Dermatology, Paris-Descartes University (FR)
L. Zarnitsky, General Practitioner (FR)
12h20 Discussion 2
Patients outcomes, the key to Health organization?

J. Deerberg-Wittram, President, the International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement - ICHOM (GER) – Cl. Evin, Managing Director, ARS IIe de France; Former Minister (FR)
Moderate by F. Brunelle, Professor of medicine, Paris-Descartes University; President, Cercle Santé Société (FR)
1h00
Lunch
2h00 Debate 3
How can the patients accede to Health products?

MODERATOR: Y. Juillet, Former President, Académie Nationale de pharmacie (FR)
E. Baseilhac, Director of Economic Affairs, LEEM (FR) – F. Chassagnol, Director Strategic Initiatives, Roche France (FR) – Y. Le Cam, CEO, Eurordis (FR) – A. Rappagliosi, Vice President, Sanofi Pasteur MSD (IT)
3h00 Talk
Moving from the hospital to primary care in chronic diseases

N. Henke, Head of Global Healthcare Systems and Services Practice in EMEA area, McKinsey & Company, Inc. (UK) – F. Colombo, Head of the Health Division, OECD (IT)
3h35
Break
4h00 Discussion 3
Is Water a drug medicine?

J-L. Chaussade, General Director, Suez Environnement (FR)
G. Friedlander, Professor of physiology, Dean, Paris-Descartes Medicine Faculty; INSERM 845 (FR) – M. Romon, Professor of Medicine, Lille 2 University; President, the French Nutrition Society (FR)
Moderate by J-D. Flaysakier, adjunct chief editor, France 2 TV (FR)
5h00 Debate 4
To build a fair Health System : the vision of Industrials

MODERATOR: F. Sarkozy, President, FSNB Health & Care (FR)
M. Chekroun, President and founder, Carenity (FR)
P. Errard, General Director, Astellas France; President, LEEM (FR)
P. Leurent, President and founder, Voluntis; President of Telemedicine Group, Syntec (FR)
A. Tataranni, Vice President Global Medical Operations, Sanofi (IT)
6h00 Special Guest Aurélien Ducroz, Free Ride Skiing World Champion (FR)
6h30 End of Day 1
Saturday september 27
LIBERTY
9h00 Discussion 4
How to choose between freedom of prescription and rules of practice?

J-F. Bergmann, Professor of Medicine, Lariboisière Hospital, AP-HP (FR)
J-L. Harousseau, President, Haute Autorité de Santé (FR)
Moderate by J-F. Lemoine, MD, journalist, Europe 1, le Nouvel Obs et Fréquence M (FR)
HEALTH
9h30 Discussion 5
Poor people die earlier than Rich people!

N. Baverez, Historian, Writer, Professor of Social Sciences (FR)
M. Hirsch, General Director, AP-HP (FR)
S. Stringhini, PhD, Health Economics, CHU Lausanne (CH)
Moderate by B. Gayet, Professor of G.I. surgery, Paris-Descartes University (FR)
10h15 Discussion 6
Can an innovative society be egalitarian?

N. Baverez, Historian, Writer, Professor of Social Sciences (FR)
L. Gallois, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, PSA Peugeot Citroën ; Former General Commissioner for Investment (FR)
P-Y. Geoffard, Economist; Director, Paris School of Economics (FR)
Moderate by E. Orsenna, from the Académie Française (FR)
11h20
Break
11h40 Debate 5
The State : Manager or Guarantor?

MODERATOR: J-C. Prager, General Delegate, Cercle Santé Société (FR)
D. Bazzocchi, General Director of Health activities, Covéa (FR) – J-P. Door, Deputy of Loiret, Vice President of the Social Affairs Commission, the Assemblée Nationale (FR) – F. Van Roekeghem, General Director, CNAMTS (FR) – O. Véran, Deputy of Isère ; Member of the Social Affairs Commission, the Assemblée Nationale (FR)
12h30 Debate 6
Please, draw me an efficient Health system

MODERATOR: C. Le Pen, Professor of Economics, Paris-Dauphine University (FR)
P. Domy, General Director, CHU Montpellier; President, conference of CHU’s directors (FR) G. Larcher, Senator of Yvelines; President, the Cercle Santé Innovation; Former President of the Senate, Former Minister (FR) – C. Le Dorze, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Vitalia group (FR) – J-L. Touraine, Deputy of Rhône; Member of the Social Affairs Commission, the Assemblée Nationale (FR)
1h30
Farewell Lunch

Publications

Summaries - Plenary Sessions

Discussion 1
To redesign Health capitalism
Debate 1
Citizens: How to access to Open Data?
Debate 2
Patients: To which door to knock?
Discussion 2
Patients outcomes, the key to Health organization?
Debate 3
How can the patients accede to Health products?
Talk
Moving from the hospital to primary care in chronic diseases
Discussion 3
Is Water a drug medicine?
Debate 4
To build a fair Health System: the vision of Industrials
Discussion 4
How to choose between freedom of prescription and rules of practice?
Discussion 5
Poor people die earlier than Rich people!
Discussion 6
Can an innovative society be egalitarian?
Debate 5
The State: Manager or Guarantor?
Debate 6
Please, draw me an efficient Health system

Appendix - Plenary sessions

The Benefits and Limits of Healthcare Capitalism
by Jean de Kervasdoué
Notes on Inequalities in Health and Health Care, and the Limits of Capitalism
by Julian Le Grand
What it takes to make integrated care work
How to improve clinical behavior in primary care
Understanding patients’ needs and risk: A key to a better NHS

Videos

IntroductionDiscussion 1:
To redesign Health capitalism
Debate 1:
Citizens: How to access to Open Data?
Debate 2:
Patients: To which door to knock?
Discussion 2:
Patients outcomes, the key to Health organization?
Debate 3:
How can the patients accede to Health products?
Talk:
Moving from the hospital to primary care in chronic diseases
Discussion 3: Is Water a drug medicine?Debate 4:
To build a fair Health System : the vision of Industrials
Special Guest: Aurélien DucrozDiscussion 4:
How to choose between freedom of prescription and rules of practice?
Discussion 5:
Poor people die earlier than Rich people!
Discussion 6:
Can an innovative society be egalitarian?
Debate 5:
The State: Manager or Guarantor?
Debate 6:
Please, draw me an efficient Health system

Video Clips

Debate 1:
Citizens: How to access to Open Data?
Debate 2:
Patients: To which door to knock?
Debate 3:
How can the patients accede to Health products?