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France Assureurs

France Assureurs' mission is to represent the interests of the sector to the public authorities and the various partners

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GCS e-Santé Bretagne

The GCS e-Santé Bretagne is a regional organisation that supports Breton health professionals in the implementation and use of appropriate digital solutions.

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GCS TESIS

TESIS e-santé has been growing for 20 years and is at the heart of the "digital transformation of the health system" in Reunion and Mayotte.

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GIE SESAM-Vitale

At the heart of secure exchanges between healthcare professionals and facilities and compulsory and supplemental health insurance organisations.

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GIP ESEA Nouvelle Aquitaine

The ESEA (eHealth In Action) Public Interest Grouping is the institutional eHealth operator attached to the New Aquitaine regional health agency (ARS).

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Haute Autorité de Santé (HAS)

An independent public science authority, the HAS aims to develop quality in the health and social care field, for the benefit of people.

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Health Data Hub (HDH)

Implements the strategic orientations relating to the National Health Data System (SNDS).

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Medical Device

i-Care LAB Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes

i-Care LAB is an innovation space dedicated to healthcare applications aimed at encouraging the emergence of new solutions.

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IGNfab

Project accelerator of the National Institute of Geographic and Forestry Information (IGN).

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Inria

Encouraging research and development in information and communication sciences and techniques, at the national and international levels.

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Institut Mines-Telecom (IMT)

The Institut Mines-Télécom, or IMT for short, is a public institution under the Ministry of the Economy and Finance.

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KYomed INNOV

KYomed INNOV offers services for companies wishing to develop innovative solutions (products or services) in connected health and autonomy.

Medical Device

Overview of eHealth players.
As a reminder, the National Roadmap for eHealth defines a prioritised action plan for the purposes of:

  • Bolstering eHealth governance
  • Enhancing the security and interoperability of health it systems
  • Accelerating the rolling out of core digital services
  • Providing training and support to professionals on these resources
  • Supporting innovation
  • Encouraging the involvement of all stakeholders

In France, the eHealth players represent all the organisations, institutes, companies, and health professionals involved in creating or improving digital solutions and services to optimise patient care pathways. 


The main orientations of this national roadmap require a shared vision and harmonious dialogue among all these players, namely, between the various care institutions, medical professionals and developers of innovative products or services for the health sector. Doctors must be able to certify that their digital work tool(s) provide 100% security for their patients' medical and care data.
On G_NIUS, you can find the players classified by type: 

  • Institutional stakeholders : The regional health agencies (ARS), the Agence Nationale de Sécurité du Médicament et des produits de santé (ANSM - National Agency for the Safety of Medicines and Health Products), the Agence du Numérique en Santé (ANS), the Agence Technique de l’information sur l’hospitalisation (ATIH), the public investment bank (bpifrance), the Haute Autorité de Santé (HAS), Regional Support Groups for the Development of e-Health (GRADeS), the Health Insurance Fund, etc
  • Research players : The French Atomic and Alternative Energy Commission (CEA), the French National Institute for Research in Digital Science and Technology (Inria), etc.
  • Digital industry federations: The National Union of the Medical Technology Industry (Snitem), the Federation of Medical and Paramedical Outpatient Software Publishers (FEIMA), etc.
  • National or regional support actors : Competitiveness clusters, etc.
  • Healthcare federations 
  • healthcare facilities and health professionals
  • trade unions

Each of these health players is positioned in its own field: They may be involved in research, in supporting companies, in implementing data security, in prevention, in training, in regulation and enacting sanctions, etc. A number of health professionals can therefore support you throughout the development and marketing phases of your e-health project. But how do you find the right person to talk to among all these players?

Given the many unique aspects of the eHealth ecosystem, it is important to be able to understand and identify the best contacts at each stage of your project. 

How can G_NIUS help me identify the right people to support me in the development of my project?
 
Given the wide variety of players and professionals in the health sector, there is a risk of not being able to identify the right person to find the right information at the right time. 
G_NIUS, born of a collaboration between the Ministerial eHealth Delegation (DNS) and the Agence du Numérique en Santé (ANS), offers you an inventory of all the players in the field of eHealth classified by their field of intervention. Because the security rules and laws governing your project will very depending on its nature (medical device, digital application, care service, etc.), on the technologies used for processing and/or storing personal data, and on who its end-users are (healthcare professionals, healthcare institutions, the general public, etc.).


You will find all the information you need on prevention, security and eHealth ecosystem to carry out your eHealth innovation project and make your contribution to the digital revolution of the French national health system.

When searching for information on this page, a system of filters allows you to quickly identify the players who can meet the needs of your innovation department. You will find details of what they do, and when and why to contact them, as well as a practical guide with an FAQ answering the most common questions.

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