The Health Committee's mission is to encourage and facilitate the trade of goods and services including but not limited to Information Technology, promote investment, provide information for business expansion, coordinate the efforts of international agencies, and foster global understanding between France and Ohio/USA around the Healthcare and Biotechnology industries.
The Health Committee is comprised of professionals with expertise in these fast-developing industries. Committee members meet on a regular base to review and discuss business networking, opportunities, and FACC activities such as webinars, seminars, and trade missions.
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- Comparison of certain medical protocols (to be defined) between U.S. and French hospitals: Cost, technique, and clinical outcomes.
U.S. hospitals are under a lot of pressure to lower the cost of care. Understanding what impacts the cost of patient care and how a country such as France, with a similar level of quality care, handles similar procedures is strategic to perhaps understand what the U.S. care system might look like tomorrow.
- Education: The role of nurses, including advanced practice nurses, in the health care delivery system and the training differences between France and the U.S.
Nurses play a very different role in the U.S. and some of the procedures that are usually performed by doctors in France have been handled by nurses for years in the U.S. How is their training different from French nurses? Can France utilized advanced practice nurses to improve quality of care and clinical outcomes, notably with chronic diseases such as coronary artery disease, diabetics, COPD, etc.
- Administration optimization: Tracking the true cost of care.
Digitalization of patients' medical records and the establishment of large IT systems in hospitals to the emerging Business to Consumer industry in the healthcare industry, does the key role of IT in the U.S. reflect the future of French hospitals?