Implementation of risk-sharing agreements

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More and more, health innovations address more complex biological disorders and are tailored to more targeted clienteles. Reimbursement models for these breakthrough innovations must evolve in order to benefit from their value to health, in a context where public payers’ and employers’ ability to pay is reaching its limits. With several partners, Montréal InVivo wishes to analyze the various options for risk-shari...

Equity, diversity and inclusion in life sciences and health technologies

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The place of women in the workplace is a hot topic that affects all sectors of activity. The statistics speak for themselves: wage gap, more men than women in management positions, the dilemma between professional and personal life, etc. As various initiatives are being developed to increase the number of women in leadership positions, the LSHT sector needs to take stock of the current status of women in positions and ...

Strategy to promote citizen acceptability of health information sharing

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The Project Committee will follow up on the development of this video and develop a strategy to maximize its dissemination and its impact on the population. The Project Committee would like to welcome public affairs, communications and science popularization specialists, as well as citizens and patients.

BIOSUCCÈS mentoring network

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The BIOSUCCÈS Mentoring Network provides mentoring specializing in life sciences and health technologies (LSHT). It matches young entrepreneurs with mentors specialized in the sector and its intricacies.

Next Generation InVivo

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This committee works to involve the next generation of life scientists in its activities and provide them with a voice to represent the issues experienced in their academic and professional careers.

Life Sciences Entrepreneurship Development Program

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The Life Sciences Entrepreneurship Development Program is an experiential, immersive training program created through collaboration between Montréal InVivo, the Faculty of Pharmacy at Université de Montréal and Concordia University’s John Molson Executive Centre. District 3, IRICoR and TransMedTech Institute are also key content contributors to the success of the initiative.

Rare diseases: Quebec strategy for rare diseases

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This multidisciplinary Project Committee brings together rare diseases research experts, clinicians, companies and patient groups. It works primarily on awareness and education initiatives for a better Quebec Strategy for Rare Diseases.

Strengthening the artificial intelligence – health ecosystem

Description
Its mandate is to drive the global commercialization of our health AI innovations by accelerating development and local adoption, by democratizing access to data and fostering ecosystem collaboration.