Reverse Innovation : An opportunity for world health
After six bilateral forums, the Foundation of the French Academy of Medicine (FAM) invites you to attend FAMx Paris 2018, its first international forum, on May 31st and June 1st, 2018 at UNESCO, devoted to the exciting theme of reverse innovation for health.
This original subject refers to those innovations coming from Brazil, Russia, India, China, the BRIC and emerging countries, that have the potential to address three major issues facing developed health systems:
- regions with too few physicians,
- excessive healthcare costs
- the need to rethink the role of health professionals
With 40+ speakers from around the world and the support of the Foundation’s six key partner countries -- Brazil, China, India, Mexico, Russia, Senegal-- FAMx Paris 2018, for which entrance is free of charge, will be the occasion for the Foundation to contribute to its basic mission of facilitating access to care for the greatest number.
REGISTRATION IS FREE AND OPEN TO ALL
FAMX Paris is:
1 innovative theme
2 days of sessions
12 reverse innovations for health
18 countries, including 6 partner countries attending
Today’s successes for tomorrow’s challenges (E-health, organization of care, health policies)
Reverse innovation, answers to physician shortages and access to healthcare? (telemedicine, mobile devices, m-health-laptops,… )
Frugal innovations, optimizing health costs: dreams or reality?
Reverse innovation, creating new roles for health professionals
Private Sector Partners
Recognized by French law on December 26, 2013, as a public service organization, the Foundation of the National Academy of Medicine (FAM) has a mission to facilitate access by the greatest number to the best in healthcare, by accelerating the exchange of best medical practices around the world. This work is based on the creation of international collaborations between academies of medicine, medical schools and leading healthcare organizations in the world. As a result, FAM contributes to the expanding role of French medicine around the world. For further information, please consult http://www.fam.fr/en/
You may select from a 2-day pass or a one day pass for May 31 (Thursday) or June 1 (Friday)