Matricis was present at the Symposium Informatique Santé – Management of complex projects

Matricis was present on 29 November 2018 at the Symposium Informatique Santé — Management of complex projects, organized by Le Point en Santé | Services sociaux | Éducation, held at Centrexpo Cogeco in Drummondville, with his partner Splunk.

For this second edition, the Symposium received more than 300 participants who came to discuss the major issues of computer science in the health field.

For the occasion, Philippe Castets, director of the IT systems of the Hospices Civils in Lyon, is hosting the grand opening conference. This great specialist in health IT in France, which inspired the digital transition in Quebec and other major projects, opened the discussion on the digital turn in hospitals with the conference The hospital and the digital turn.

The programming, with 12 workshops dedicated to health informatics and Information Services, was organized around the following topics:

  • Three concrete benefits of transparency in the management of a health computerization project
  • How to optimize the performance of hospitals?
  • Biomedical devices connected to predictive medicine, what key steps?
  • The digital hospital in the service of patients and health professionals
  • Citrix Cloud: Automating the management of your services
  • Cutting Structure and governance of IT projects: two essential performance levers
  • The electronic medical record, a reality within the pre-hospital emergency services of CIUSSS MCQ
  • The art of the possible and the issues of advanced analytics and artificial intelligence
  • Microsoft TEAMS: Discover the platform dedicated to teamwork
  • Digital Transformation: Perspective of health care providers
  • Analysis of the impact of Bills 10, 108, 130 and 135 on governance and management of information resources in health and social services institutions
  • Towards the digital Zen


The Quebec Health Booklet and its implementation

The major conference was moderated by Gaël Segal, Vice president - Information technology services at the Régie de l'assurance-maladie du Québec (RAMQ).

Mr. Segal maintained the interest of his audience by addressing the challenges identified in the implementation of the Quebec Health booklet, launched on May 22, 2018, to which 160 000 citizens accessed in six weeks.