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THE FUTURE OF HEALTH Longevity and Connected Living Environments THE FUTURE OF HEALTH Longevity and Connected Living Environments
October 23, 2018 Hyatt Regency Montreal 8:30 am to 4 pm

  Great Metropolitan Conference

THE FUTURE OF HEALTH :  Longevity and Connected Living Environments

 

A NOT-TO-BE-MISSED MEETING BETWEEN THE INFLUENCERS IN HEALTH, REAL ESTATE AND TECHNOLOGY.. 


ACCESS TO:

  • interactive discussions on the new business realities of the influencers and contractors in these markets;
  • presentations of contractors’ projects in health and real estate that are suitable for intersectoral networking;
  • emerging technologies;
  • design thinking workshops.

 

> MORNING

Discover how artificial intelligence, home automation, Internet of Things and robotics are revolutionizing living environments and contributing to the longevity of the population.

 

> AFTERNOON

Turn knowledge into action with Talsom. Create, innovate and collaborate to find practical solutions that will foster innovative initiatives, in tune with actual issues related to connected living environments and healthcare.

 

The goal is to give a reason to be to EMERGING TECHNOLOGY by responding to the challenges identified to contribute to the health of an increasingly connected population. 


4 axes :

  • Prevention
  • Mobility
  • Sustained independance
  • Quality of life

 

> IN CONJUNCTION

Alina from Visual Versa  will join participants, taking graphic notes throughout the day. She will translate participants’ dialogues and ideas into images to create a shared sense and a call to action.

She will conceptualize our process on paper to help us have a more effective reflection, and better understand the issues and solutions required.

The illustrations will serve as the memory of the collective work achieved by participants of Futur de la santé, ensuring its sustainability through an open dissemination strategy of this amazing collective intelligence.

 

NIKOLA DANAYLOV

NIKOLA DANAYLOV

#1 Bestselling Author of Conversations with the Future, Keynote Speaker, Futurist, Strategic Adviser, popular Blogger and Podcast host, Singularity Weblogue

In 1998 Nikola moved to Canada where he completed an HBA in Political Science, Philosophy & Economics at the University of Toronto followed by an MA in Political Science at York University. It was at YorkU that Nikola became deeply interested in the Technological Singularity and wrote “Hacking Destiny: Critical Security at the Intersection of Human and Machine Intelligence.” In 2011 Nikola went to NASA’s Ames Research Center in Mountain View, California and completed the Graduate Studies Program at Singularity University. Nikola has spoken at public events on topics ranging from technology, transhumanism and the technological singularity to new media, blogging and podcasting. He has been ranked within the top 10 people the AI Elite follow on Twitter, profiled in Next Stage Rising Stars Magazine and has been interviewed himself for numerous documentary films, blogs, podcasts, magazines and newspapers. Nikola’s Singularity.FM interviews have had over 5 million views on iTunes and YouTube and have been featured on international TV networks as well as some of the biggest blogs in the world, such as BBC, MTV, Space, ArteTV, TV Japan, RTL4, WIRED, the Telegraph, io9, the Huffington Post, ZDNet, BoingBoing and others. Today Singularity Weblog is the biggest independent blog on related topics. The Singularity.FM podcast is the first, most popular and widely recognized interview series in the niche and, according to Prof. Roman Yampolskiy, Nikola has established himself as the “Larry King of the Singularity.”

Event Schedule

October 23, 2018
8:30 AMWelcome of the participants

 

« Avec plusieurs partenaires, TechnoMontréal a rassemblé les forces vives du secteur de la santé et des milieux de vie connectés pour développer ensemble de nouvelles façons de vieillir heureux, en santé et bien entourés. Un parfait exemple de comment soutenir à la fois le développement économique et social, de façon durable et ambitieuse, pour l’avenir de Montréal et du Québec. » - LUC SIROIS, Executive Director - PROMPT 

9 AM OPENING REMARKS: THE MODERNIZATION OF QUÉBEC’S HEALTHCARE NETWORK IS FOCUSED ON INNOVATION (French)

 « L'accélération de l'innovation provoque des transformations profondes dans le réseau de la santé. L’événement le Futur de la santé permettra de mieux comprendre les dynamiques entre les acteurs de la santé et de l’innovation et contribuera à poursuivre la modernisation du réseau de la santé au bénéfice de tous les usagers. » - PAUL L’ARCHEVÊQUE, Dirigeant de l’innovation - MSSS

9:30 AMTowards Singularity

 «Technology is the How, not the Why or What. So you can have the best possible How but if you mess up your Why or What you will do more damage than good. That is why technology is not enough. » NIKOLA DANAYLOV, Author of best-seller Conversations with the Future, futurist, popular blogger and director of the podcast Singularity.FM

10:20 AMcoffee break
10:35 AM (Billingual)PANEL: OPEN COLLABORATION AND CONNECTED LIVING ENVIRONMENTS

 

« As a Documentary Producer and while working in the world of strategic design, I found myself at the intersection of human need and societal drivers, for impact storytelling, and for applying a systems thinking approach to complex social problems. With a deep family lineage in health care, it seems a natural fit to be working with the transdisciplinary team at OpenLab. When it comes to innovation, multidisciplinarity is key! » - JEN RECKNAGEL, Senior Social Living - OPENLab   

 

 « Après l’ère du bâtiment durable, vert, éco-énergétique, nous voici à l’ère du bâtiment sain. On constate dans le domaine de la recherche en immobilier un intérêt croissant pour développer des indicateurs, des mesures, des notations et des systèmes, de plus en plus intelligents, permettant de mesurer et de comparer les impacts de l’aménagement des milieux de vie et de travail sur le bien-être et la santé des personnes qui les occupent.  » - ANDRÉE DE SERRES, PHD, Chairholder,  Chair of Ivanhoé Cambridge in Real Estate at UQAM’s School of Management


 « Le futur de la santé passera certainement par le développement et le déploiement de technologies innovantes, favorisant le bien-vieillir chez soi. Toutefois, cette approche ne sera possible que si tous les acteurs impliqués dans le bien-vieillir à domicile sont partie prenante du processus : personnes âgées, proches, intervenants du milieu de la santé, gestionnaires... Une approche participative ne peut qu’être gagnante pour favoriser l’adoption des technologies du futur. » -NATHALIE BIER, PHD, Research Scientist - Centre de recherche de l’Institut de gériatrie de Montréal

 

 « Le futur est déjà présent, il n’est qu’encore peu distribué.  Comment permettre à la technologie d’être distribuée le plus rapidement possible, en coûts et en temps, mais également en une expérience utilisateur accessible à tous?  La technologie ambianteest maintenant disponible, et les données massives quelle génère; les cas d’utilisations sont trop nombreux pour qu’une entreprise privée seule puisse développer et commercialiser ceux-ci. » - MATHIEU LACHAÎNE, Founder and CEO UBIOS

11:25 (French)ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND THE FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE

 

 « L'apprentissage profond pourrait permettre de diagnostiquer les cancers plus rapidement et de prédire quel traitement ciblé sera le plus efficace. L'intelligence artificielle accélère l'innovation et rendra accessible la médecine personnalisée. »- ALEXANDRE LE BOUTHILLIER, PHD, Cofounder and COO - Imagia

12:15 PMNETWORKING LUNCH
1 PMDESIGN THINKING ON CONNECTED LIVING ENVIRONMENT ISSUES

« En adoptant les principes du Design Thinking, les acteurs du domaine de la santé sont assurés de garder l’Humain au cœur d’un processus créatif qui invite des intervenants de différentes disciplines et horizons, à trouver des solutions innovantes pour faire face aux défis de leur domaine. » ADIL MANSOURI, conseiller principal Innovation et Design - Talsom

3 PMUNVEILING OF THE PROTOTYPES
3:30 PMNETWORKING COCKTAIL RECEPTION

Speakers

Luc Sirois

Luc Sirois

Executive Director , Prompt

Luc Sirois

Executive Director, Prompt

Luc is the Executive Director of Prompt and an engineer with an MBA from Harvard. Luke is an experienced executive and entrepreneur in health technology. After completing his MBA in 1997, he joined the consulting firm McKinsey & Company, specializing in innovation management, business growth and the launch of digital products across Canada and Europe. In 2002, he cofounded Resonant Medical, a manufacturer of radiation oncology equipment will was eventually acquired by the Swedish multinational Elekta, world leader in radiotherapy and treatment of cancer guided by medical imagerie.

Luke then held senior management positions in digital health at Telesystem, TELUS Health and Nightingale. In 2012, Luke co-founded the Health Hacking movement, with the purpose of breaking down barriers to health care innovation. Working in collaboration with several local leaders, he led global initiatives, developing partnerships with key stakeholders in the digital health, and has facilitated the creation of dozens of teams and chapters in Canada and around the world. Together these leaders aim to innovate faster and revolutionize the health sector by allowing the involvement of all stakeholders: patients, clinicians, technologists, administrators, entrepreneurs, institutions and companies.

Luc is involved in many non-profit organizations focused the development of technology and health among the youth and general population and sits on the board of the YMCAs of Quebec, the Montreal Association for Scientific Hobbies (CLSM) and is a past board member for Montreal’s National Institute for Scientific Research (INRS). 

Paul l'Archevêque

Paul l'Archevêque

Dirigeant de l'innovation , Ministère de la Santé et des Services Sociaux du Québec

Paul l'Archevêque

Dirigeant de l'innovation, Ministère de la Santé et des Services Sociaux du Québec

Mr. Paul L'Archevêque was appointed the first ever Director of Innovation at Quebec’s  Ministry of Health and Social Services (MSSS) in April 2018, in line with the Quebec government’s Strategy for Life Sciences 2017-2027. Mr. L’Archevêque is a Master in neurophysiology from the Université de Montréal and has been a key figure in many high profile developments in Canadian life sciences. He was notably CEO of GENOME Quebec for 8 years and possesses an extensive experience in the private pharmaceutical sector. M. L’Archevêque is also a senior partner at Cap COGITO, a consulting firm providing services for the integration of innovation in the public Health and Social Services sectors.

Andrée De Serres, LL.L., MBA, Ph.D.

Andrée De Serres, LL.L., MBA, Ph.D.

Chairholde , Chair of Ivanhoé Cambridge in Real Estate and Professor at UQAM’S SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT

Andrée De Serres, LL.L., MBA, Ph.D.

Chairholde, Chair of Ivanhoé Cambridge in Real Estate and Professor at UQAM’S SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT

Head of the Ivanhoé Cambridge Real Estate Chair and professor at the University of Quebec in Montreal School of Management (ESG UQAM)

Andrée De Serres is Professor at the University of Quebec in Montreal School of management. She is Head of the Ivanhoé Cambridge Real Estate Research Chair. She is a lawyer, holds an MBA, a post grad and a PhD degree in finance and technology management.

Nathalie Bier, PhD

Nathalie Bier, PhD

Research Scientist , Centre de recherche de l’Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal

Nathalie Bier, PhD

Research Scientist, Centre de recherche de l’Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal

Nathalie Bier is an occupational therapist (OT) and an associate professor at the Université de Montréal. She is also a researcher at the Research center of the Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal. The main goal of Nathalie Bier’s research program is to better understand the impact of cognitive deficits in aging and dementia on everyday function. Here program also aims to develop approaches to promote aging in place – such as the use of new technology, in close collaboration with health and social services.

Alexandre Le Bouthillier

Alexandre Le Bouthillier

Cofounder and COO , Imagia

Alexandre Le Bouthillier

Cofounder and COO , Imagia

Alexandre Le Bouthillier holds a PhD in Operations Research from the University of Montreal and completed a post doctorate program at the University of Geneva. He is the co-founder of Planora (previously Omega Optimization). Alexandre was VP Science & Technology at RedPrairie (now JDA Software) following the acquisition of Planora.

Financial angel, he invests talent and capital in technological ventures. He has received scholarships and other academic awards from government research funding agencies, corporations and professional associations. His research and work interests include operations research, artificial intelligence (machine learning, deep learning), brain, finance, big data, cloud infrastructure & domotic.

He is cofounder of Imagia, an artificial intelligence driven company in the fight against cancer, board member at the MILA (Quebec Institute of Machine Learning headed by Prof. Yoshua Bengio), board member of MEDTEQ and Montreal InVivo.

Mathieu Lachaîne

Mathieu Lachaîne

Founder and CEO , UBIOS

Mathieu Lachaîne

Founder and CEO , UBIOS

Mr. Lachaîne is an entrepreneur with more than ten years of experience; he has created multiple organisations, all of which are still in operation, and sold two companies in niche IT security market. He started his career in 1998 with an IT security startup.

He has done an international Executive MBA with universities in Montreal, Paris, and Beijing. He is a member of many entrepreneurial circles, offers and receives mentorship and has contributed through many roles in nonprofit organizations throughout his career.

JEN RECKNAGEL

JEN RECKNAGEL

Senior Social Living , OPENLab

JEN RECKNAGEL

Senior Social Living , OPENLab

How did you get here?

Being curious, staying open and approaching collaboration authentically keeps it all interesting! It seems many dots connect at OpenLab. As a Documentary Producer, I had the opportunity to travel to exotic destinations and into intimate circles. And although I loved this work, I felt a calling to expand my tool set. This led to the world of strategic design, where I’ve found a home for working at the intersection of human need and societal drivers, for impact storytelling, and for applying a systems thinking approach to complex social problems. With a deep family lineage in health care, it seems a natural fit to be working with the transdisciplinary team at OpenLab. It’s all about finding the right tool for the job.

Projects:

Projects of note include: The Local, a ethnography meets storytelling project looking at the health of Toronto’s neighbourhoods. Aging Well, a research and knowledge mobilization project aimed at uncovering innovative, user-led models of seniors’ supportive living. Stuff Patients Want, a participatory design initiative where patients devise solutions to problems they commonly encounter in the health system. Pop Health, an ongoing visual case study collaboration with the Canadian Institute for Health Information looking at innovators at the forefront of population health + health care. Insider’s Guide to Ontario Works, a handbook that humanizes the experience of being on social assistance.

ADIL MANSOURI

ADIL MANSOURI

Conseiller principal Innovation et Design , Talsom

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Speakers

Luc Sirois

Luc Sirois

Executive Director , Prompt

Luc Sirois

Executive Director, Prompt

Luc is the Executive Director of Prompt and an engineer with an MBA from Harvard. Luke is an experienced executive and entrepreneur in health technology. After completing his MBA in 1997, he joined the consulting firm McKinsey & Company, specializing in innovation management, business growth and the launch of digital products across Canada and Europe. In 2002, he cofounded Resonant Medical, a manufacturer of radiation oncology equipment will was eventually acquired by the Swedish multinational Elekta, world leader in radiotherapy and treatment of cancer guided by medical imagerie.

Luke then held senior management positions in digital health at Telesystem, TELUS Health and Nightingale. In 2012, Luke co-founded the Health Hacking movement, with the purpose of breaking down barriers to health care innovation. Working in collaboration with several local leaders, he led global initiatives, developing partnerships with key stakeholders in the digital health, and has facilitated the creation of dozens of teams and chapters in Canada and around the world. Together these leaders aim to innovate faster and revolutionize the health sector by allowing the involvement of all stakeholders: patients, clinicians, technologists, administrators, entrepreneurs, institutions and companies.

Luc is involved in many non-profit organizations focused the development of technology and health among the youth and general population and sits on the board of the YMCAs of Quebec, the Montreal Association for Scientific Hobbies (CLSM) and is a past board member for Montreal’s National Institute for Scientific Research (INRS). 

Paul l'Archevêque

Paul l'Archevêque

Dirigeant de l'innovation , Ministère de la Santé et des Services Sociaux du Québec

Paul l'Archevêque

Dirigeant de l'innovation, Ministère de la Santé et des Services Sociaux du Québec

Mr. Paul L'Archevêque was appointed the first ever Director of Innovation at Quebec’s  Ministry of Health and Social Services (MSSS) in April 2018, in line with the Quebec government’s Strategy for Life Sciences 2017-2027. Mr. L’Archevêque is a Master in neurophysiology from the Université de Montréal and has been a key figure in many high profile developments in Canadian life sciences. He was notably CEO of GENOME Quebec for 8 years and possesses an extensive experience in the private pharmaceutical sector. M. L’Archevêque is also a senior partner at Cap COGITO, a consulting firm providing services for the integration of innovation in the public Health and Social Services sectors.

Andrée De Serres, LL.L., MBA, Ph.D.

Andrée De Serres, LL.L., MBA, Ph.D.

Chairholde , Chair of Ivanhoé Cambridge in Real Estate and Professor at UQAM’S SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT

Andrée De Serres, LL.L., MBA, Ph.D.

Chairholde, Chair of Ivanhoé Cambridge in Real Estate and Professor at UQAM’S SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT

Head of the Ivanhoé Cambridge Real Estate Chair and professor at the University of Quebec in Montreal School of Management (ESG UQAM)

Andrée De Serres is Professor at the University of Quebec in Montreal School of management. She is Head of the Ivanhoé Cambridge Real Estate Research Chair. She is a lawyer, holds an MBA, a post grad and a PhD degree in finance and technology management.

Nathalie Bier, PhD

Nathalie Bier, PhD

Research Scientist , Centre de recherche de l’Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal

Nathalie Bier, PhD

Research Scientist, Centre de recherche de l’Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal

Nathalie Bier is an occupational therapist (OT) and an associate professor at the Université de Montréal. She is also a researcher at the Research center of the Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal. The main goal of Nathalie Bier’s research program is to better understand the impact of cognitive deficits in aging and dementia on everyday function. Here program also aims to develop approaches to promote aging in place – such as the use of new technology, in close collaboration with health and social services.

Alexandre Le Bouthillier

Alexandre Le Bouthillier

Cofounder and COO , Imagia

Alexandre Le Bouthillier

Cofounder and COO , Imagia

Alexandre Le Bouthillier holds a PhD in Operations Research from the University of Montreal and completed a post doctorate program at the University of Geneva. He is the co-founder of Planora (previously Omega Optimization). Alexandre was VP Science & Technology at RedPrairie (now JDA Software) following the acquisition of Planora.

Financial angel, he invests talent and capital in technological ventures. He has received scholarships and other academic awards from government research funding agencies, corporations and professional associations. His research and work interests include operations research, artificial intelligence (machine learning, deep learning), brain, finance, big data, cloud infrastructure & domotic.

He is cofounder of Imagia, an artificial intelligence driven company in the fight against cancer, board member at the MILA (Quebec Institute of Machine Learning headed by Prof. Yoshua Bengio), board member of MEDTEQ and Montreal InVivo.

Mathieu Lachaîne

Mathieu Lachaîne

Founder and CEO , UBIOS

Mathieu Lachaîne

Founder and CEO , UBIOS

Mr. Lachaîne is an entrepreneur with more than ten years of experience; he has created multiple organisations, all of which are still in operation, and sold two companies in niche IT security market. He started his career in 1998 with an IT security startup.

He has done an international Executive MBA with universities in Montreal, Paris, and Beijing. He is a member of many entrepreneurial circles, offers and receives mentorship and has contributed through many roles in nonprofit organizations throughout his career.

JEN RECKNAGEL

JEN RECKNAGEL

Senior Social Living , OPENLab

JEN RECKNAGEL

Senior Social Living , OPENLab

How did you get here?

Being curious, staying open and approaching collaboration authentically keeps it all interesting! It seems many dots connect at OpenLab. As a Documentary Producer, I had the opportunity to travel to exotic destinations and into intimate circles. And although I loved this work, I felt a calling to expand my tool set. This led to the world of strategic design, where I’ve found a home for working at the intersection of human need and societal drivers, for impact storytelling, and for applying a systems thinking approach to complex social problems. With a deep family lineage in health care, it seems a natural fit to be working with the transdisciplinary team at OpenLab. It’s all about finding the right tool for the job.

Projects:

Projects of note include: The Local, a ethnography meets storytelling project looking at the health of Toronto’s neighbourhoods. Aging Well, a research and knowledge mobilization project aimed at uncovering innovative, user-led models of seniors’ supportive living. Stuff Patients Want, a participatory design initiative where patients devise solutions to problems they commonly encounter in the health system. Pop Health, an ongoing visual case study collaboration with the Canadian Institute for Health Information looking at innovators at the forefront of population health + health care. Insider’s Guide to Ontario Works, a handbook that humanizes the experience of being on social assistance.

ADIL MANSOURI

ADIL MANSOURI

Conseiller principal Innovation et Design , Talsom

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