What happened last Friday at the Digital Care #Agora in September 2023 ?!
During #APInnov in june 2023 we attented the announcement of the birth, this time we were able to attend the launch of the operations of𝗔𝗦𝗜𝗜𝗔, the 𝗔ssociation des 𝗦ociétés 𝗜nnovantes 𝗜ssues de l’𝗔P-HP, including Julie Rachline as a general secretary, alongside Pierre Mozer and Nicolas Castoldi.
Among our hospital immersion initiatives,𝗔𝗦𝗜𝗜𝗔 is an association created by entrepreneurs and healthcare professionals, for entrepreneurs and healthcare professionals. Are you one of them ? Join the virtuous circle of ASIIA’s #spinoffaphp.
The objectives are plural: – Create a unique #community of entrepreneurs / healthcare profesionals; – Support the creation of #startups, linked to one of the largest health systems in Europe #APHP ; – Provide access to a quality #network, privileged information & key resources.
Congratulations for this first brick and let’s meet at #APInnov in june 2024 to celebrate the first year of existence and the successes that we will have accomplished together🎉 or even before for those who wish to join! ➡️ email@example.com
We have the pleasure to officially launch our Challenge Innovation #4!
The Challenge Innovation is the competition initiated by LallianSe since 2018 with APHP.Sorbonne University to distribute the profits generated during the previous FestiLAB, an annual charity event.
Made possible by the support of privileged partners which brings together around an artistic project, an acoustic rock band and a private event for the actors of innovation (entrepreneurs, hospitals, researchers, investors, recruiters, developers, service providers, etc.). The Challenge Innovation is the competition designed to distribute the donations collected during FestiLAB.
In order to launch our call for projects, on Monday February 6th, 2023, we organized a Rencontre de l’Innovation, a conference intended for the paramedical and technical staff of the GH APHP.Sorbonne University.
We’d like to thank our speakers and partners :Loïc Carballido (Director at the Research & Innovation Department at the GH APHP. Sorbonne Université) and Kévin Attal (Deputy Director at the Research & Innovation Department at the GH APHP. Sorbonne Université), both winners of the Challenge Innovation #3, Sandrine Bottius & Axelle Pierre-Joseph, Aude Nyadanu (serial entrepreneurs, singer of our rock band The Entrepreneurs at the FestiLAB, founder of Lowpital and much more), and at last Julie Rachline(CEO LallianSe). Find their experiences and interventions in the #replay below:
Here are the process, the terms & conditions, as well as the timetable for applying.
You have an idea, a project and you meet the mandatory conditions to apply?
A few weeks ago we announced the launch of the 4th edition of the #ChallengeInnovation – innovation competition for #paramedical et #medicaltechnical staff, in collaboration with the AP-HP, Assistance Publique – Hôpitaux de Paris Sorbonne Université.
Last year we innovated and redesigned the course by integrating #DesignThinking workshops to support project leaders in preparing their files with Lowpital.
This year, the course has been further improved with the involvement of Kevin ATTAL, Deputy Director of Research and Innovation at the GHU. By adopting an active & agile approach, a complementary tailor-made course has been set up for more successful projects, with the support of various GHU departments.
Our unique location in the heart of the hospital allows us to forge privileged relationships with the medical and hospital communities, to form and federate a unique ecosystem within the world of health. We are happy to renew this virtuous initiative to encourage #innovations in #hospital.
#ChallengeInnovation4: Jury deliberations
The Jury was composed of Ms. Pauline Maisani, Director of the Pitié-Salpêtrière hospital and Deputy Director General of the GHU APHP.SU, Mr. Kévin Attal, Deputy Director of Research and Innovation of the GH APHP.SU, Ms. Bénédicte Lombart, Paramedical co-coordinator of Research in nursing, rehabilitation and medico-technical care of the GHU APHP.SU, Mrs Pascale Maisonneuve, General Secretary of the LallianSe association, and finally Mrs Julie Rachline, President of LallianSe.
During the FestiLAB #5, on Tuesday July 4, 2023, the two winners of the #ChallengeInnovation4 were able to present their winning projects.
Grand Prize, endowment of €20,000 and support from LallianSe was awarded to the “ParaM’Aide” project led by Célia Clinchard, Masseur-Physiotherapist at Armand Trousseau Hospital :
ParaM’aide is an application intended for healthcare professionals which facilitates the orientation of patients by healthcare staff, allowing the best patient care.
Second Prize, endowment of €7,000 and support from LallianSe was awarded to the “E-Learning Nutrition” project led by Eve Desnoyers, dietician at the Pitié-Salpêtrière hospital and coordinator of the Specialized Obesity Center (CSO) in IDF :
Complete the care of patients with obesity in CSOs in Ile de France thanks to E-learning in order to help patients in their daily follow-up, to consolidate the concepts covered during their course of care and facilitate access to educational content; including for the most precarious people, in order to change their behavior.
The Jury would like to point out the quality of all the projects presented to it. The GHU APHP.Sorbonne University and LallianRenew to all the paramedical and technical staff their congratulations for having participated, and hope to continue these projects for the emergence and promotion of health innovations.
We have the pleasure to officially launch our Challenge Innovation #3!
The Challenge Innovation is the competition initiated by LallianSe since 2018 with APHP.Sorbonne University to distribute the profits generated during the previous FestiLAB, an annual charity event. Made possible by the support of privileged partners which brings together around an artistic project, an acoustic rock band and a private event for the actors of innovation (entrepreneurs, hospitals, researchers, investors, recruiters, developers, service providers, etc.). The Challenge Innovation is the competition designed to distribute the donations collected during FestiLAB.
In order to launch our call for projects, on Tuesday January 18, 2022, we organized a Rencontre de l’Innovation, a conference intended for the paramedical and technical staff of the GH APHP.Sorbonne University.
The Challenge Innovation also innovates! As you know, this year, 3 ‘Design Thinking’ workshops accompany the paramedical teams: a variety of projects that illustrate the contribution of collective intelligence methods and the user approach, deployed by the teams of Lowpital, Aude and Maylis. It is also the consistency to involve Aude, singer of Les Entrepreneurs, even more in the adventure! Here are the first images of the launch of the workshops which take place with great enthusiasm from the participants:
Remember, as part of our collaboration with the AP-HP, Public Assistance – Hospitals of Paris Sorbonne University for the 3rd #ChallengeInnovation for #paramedical and #medicotechnical staff of the GH, we had decided to innovate! This year, 3 ‘Design Thinking’ workshops accompanied the paramedical teams by the teams of Lowpital, Aude Nyadanu and Maylis Callier to help them prepare the call for projects.
What did these workshops bring them? How did that help them? Hear their stories in the video below:
Since 2019, LallianSe and the APHP.Sorbonne University Hospital-University Group have joined forces to launch the third edition of the Challenge Innovation for paramedical and medical-technical personnel at APHP.Sorbonne University. LallianSe works in partnership with APHP.Sorbonne University to support and accompany the initiatives of healthcare professionals who carry out innovations.
On May 12, 2022, the Research and Innovation Department of APHP.Sorbonne University and the General Management of LallianSe, unanimously by the Jury, awarded two prizes.
The Jury was composed of Pauline Maisani, Director of the Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital and Deputy General Director of the GHU APHP.SU, Patrick Delamare, Deputy General Coordinator of Care of the GHU APHP.SU, Florence Mahé-Dombis, Sponsorship Manager of Sorbonne Université Faculty of Medicine, Pascale Maisonneuve, General Secretary of the LallianSe association, Tatiana Akake-Beshelemu, Deputy Director of Research and Innovation of the GH APHP.SU, and Julie Rachline, President of LallianSe.
The 1st Prize of the Innovation Challenge #3 is awarded to the ESCAPE GAME DIGITAL project IN THE PEDIATRIC-ADULT TRANSITION led by Sandrine Bottius, Health course coordinator at the Pitié-Salpêtrière hospital. It is accompanied by a grant of €12,000 as well as support by LallianSe for 12 months.
This project will be a tool that can be used by pediatrics and adult medicine to help prepare for the transition and strengthen the patient’s adherence to their adult health journey through a better understanding and apprehension of the stages that make up this period. It is designed in a generic enough way to also be used transversely by pediatric hospitals for preparation for the Transition on the one hand, and on the other hand by adult hospitals for the adhesion of the young patient to his course.
The 2nd Prize of the Challenge Innovation#3 is awarded to the REVAP-STOMIE project led by Axelle Pierre-Joseph, Nurse Stomatherapist at the Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital. It is accompanied by a grant of €5,000 as well as support by LallianSe for 6 months.
Within the framework of the REVAP project (REalité Virtuelle Apprentissage), a tool for teaching surgery for caesarean section had already been developed, using virtual reality (VR), based on a combination of 3D videos captured during a surgical intervention and lessons interactive. This tool would make it possible to see and review the various treatments as well as the techniques for fitting ostomies on a support allowing a projection of the caregiver very close to reality. Ostomy care is little known care, not taught in the majority of IFSIs.
The Jury would like to point out the quality of all the projects presented to it. The GHU APHP.Sorbonne Université and LallianSe renew to all the paramedical and technical staff their congratulations for having participated, and hope to continue these projects for the emergence and promotion of health innovations.
The LallianSe LAB is an initiative born in 2017, with the creation of a 1st coworking space located in the GHU Hôpitaux Universitaires Pitié Salpêtrière – Charles Foix (APHP), then a second in the GHU Hôpital Paris Nord Bichat, called l’Appartement de l’Innovation and created in September 2021. In total immersion and a single point of contact between innovative private & public players, our ambition is to federate, energize and promote innovation in Health.
Few days have gone since the official date, but the facts are there: already 4 candles to blow for the first coworking space immersed at hospital, within the Pitié Salpêtrière hospital. Four years of meetings, discussions, events, creation of projects, challenges, synergies, in short, 4 years of community building and amazing interactions.
On March 10, 2017, the Association LallianSe pour l’Innovation en Santé was born, known as LallianSe LAB. It has started with just two of us, then 3, then more, with bits of string and not a lot of means, but with goodwill and enthusiasm that this “homemade” space was born and that we made ourselves happy to create an atmosphere aligned with our values and our image.
If working in a collaborative space is now trendy and chosen by many companies, immerging such an approach within a hospital and at the center of patient care was, and remains a challenge. Yet in 4 years, we have been able, with investment and agility, to build a place that stimulates creativity, promotes sharing of knowledge and experiences, within the same working ecosystem altogether creating links between different and torn apart worls.
Indeed, today the LallianSe LAB offers a range of diversified solutions: collaborative experience, networking, support, one-off services, events … we are a living lab, initiator and promoting interactions for the ultimate benefit of patients.
These first achievements and the success of these initiatives have encouraged expansion of this concept and potentiality to open a second – mandatory as the first is full! – LAB within hospital Bichat -Claude Bernard on the GHU APHP.Nord Université de Paris. Opening planned in 2021: proud and excited!
Since 2019, LallianSe and the University Hospital Group APHP.Sorbonne Université have joined forces to launch the second edition of the Challenge Innovation for paramedical and medico-technical personnel of APHP.Sorbonne Université. LallianSe works in partnership with APHP.Sorbonne University to support the initiatives of healthcare to innovate in their daily practice.
The Challenge Innovation is the competition initiated by LallianSe since 2018 with APHP.Sorbonne University to distribute the profits generated during the previous FestiLAB, an annual charity event made possible by the support of privileged partners which brings together around an artistic project, an acoustic rock band and a private event for the actors of innovation (entrepreneurs, hospitals, researchers, investors, recruiters, developers, service providers, etc.). The Challenge Innovation #2 is the competition designed to distribute the donations collected during FestiLAB #2.
On February 11, 2021, the Research and Innovation Department of APHP.Sorbonne Université and the General Management of LallianSe unanimously awarded the Jury a unique prize. The Jury was made up of Fabienne Marion, Director of the General Care Coordination, Tatiana Akake-Beshelemu, Deputy Director of Research and Innovation, Florence Mahé-Dombis, Director of Health-Medicine Sponsorship, Sorbonne Université Foundation, Pascale Maisonneuve , Secretary General of the LallianSe association and Julie Rachline, President of LallianSe.
We are excited to announce that the Challenge Innovation #2 Prize is awarded to the DISTRACTION CACTUS project led by Ms. Cécile Combes, physiotherapist masseur at the CF Resource and Skills Center at Armand Trousseau Hospital. The Challenge Innovation #2 Prize is accompanied by the entire endowment of € 10,000, as well as support by LallianSe equivalent to € 13,500.
The UHG APHP.Sorbonne Université and LallianSe renew their congratulations to all paramedical and technical personnel for having participated and hope to continue, despite the complex health context, these projects for the emergence and promotion of health innovations.
Initiated by LallianSe, and joined by APHP.Sorbonne University, we are delighted to announce the official launch of our Innovation Challenge # 2!
Remember: on June 20, 2019, FestiLAB # 2 was held, a unique event that we organized with all the stakeholders in Health, to collect donations in order to support innovation projects carried out by paramedical staff at hospital sites of the APHP. Sorbonne Université group. Besides the Entrepreneurs, our acoustic rock band, Noémie de Lattre had given us the pleasure of being with us for this artistic and committed event.
We would like to thank all of our FestiLAB # 2 sponsors, who support this initiative: Crédit Mutuel Innovation, Dechert, L3S Partnership, Alira Health, Alizé RP, Pact & Partners, Tech2Med, HTI Executive search and LallianSe of course, who contribute to the commitment of the ecosystem and the development of innovations in Health.
Initially scheduled for the end of 2019, the Challenge Innovation # 2 project survived the first months of 2020 and it is with great enthusiasm that we are launching this call for projects, in order to support innovation but also to bring constructive prospects for interested hospital staff.
Thus, in partnership with the Innovation Department of Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital, we organized the ‘Rencontre de l’Innovation’ on September 18, 2020 to announce the launch of this Challenge and to discuss with staff paramedical & technical of the hospital group.
After almost 3 months of closure, LallianSe LAB reopened its doors this morning! It is with great joy that the LallianSe team will welcome its coworkers, in compliance with the barrier measures recommended by the Government:
Workstation reconfiguration and physical distance maintening
Use of videoconference and limitation of visitors
Reduction of the capacity of meeting rooms etc …
Do not hesitate to contact us before coming to see us, and in case you have forgotten where we are and how the LallianSe LAB is …: https://youtu.be/XTF5dO4XcCw