Julien Damon / Associate Professor at Sciences Po, President of Eclairs Consulting

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Julien Damon is an Associate Professor at Sciences Po, Scientific Advisor to the École Nationale Supérieure de Sécurité Sociale (En3s, National School of Social Security), a columnist at Les Échos and the president of consulting firm Éclairs.

Among other positions, he has been responsible for the Solidarity Mission of SNCF, Director of Studies at the French National Fund for Family Allowances (CNAF), Head of the Social Issues Department at the Center d'Analyze Stratégique, an institutional think tank working for the Prime minister.

He has published, among others books and many articles, Questions sociales : analyses anglo-saxonnes. Socialement incorrect ? (Social Questions: Anglo-Saxon analyzes. Socially incorrect?, PUF, 2013), Villes à vivre (Cities to Live, Odile Jacob, 2011), Les classes moyennes (The Middle Class, PUF, 2013), Les 100 mots de la ville (100 words for the City, PUF, 2014), La sécurité sociale (Social Security, PUF, 2015), 100 penseurs de la société (100 Thinkers of Society, PUF, 2016).

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By Julien Damon on Paris Innovation Review

Dans le domaine de la santé, la révolution numérique tient en deux sujets : le big data (les données massives de santé) et la e-santé (les outils digitaux appliqués au domaine médical). La massivité et la disponibilité des données s'imposent comme un fait d'évidence. Ces données sont le support de la médecine de demain. Il en ressort une médecine préventive, prédictive, participative, personnalisée, pertinente.
In the healthcare industry, the digital revolution affects two major areas: big data and eHealth (digital tools applied to healthcare). The availability of massive volumes of data is a hard fact. This exponential rise has layed the foundation for the medicine of the future, caracterised by 5 Ps: preventive, predictive, participatory, personalized, pertinent.

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