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Inventages annonce sa collaboration avec SAP en vue du développement d'une nouvelle génération d'entreprises de médecine personnalisée

Inventages (un fonds d'investissement mondial dans le domaine de la santé soutenu par Nestlé) a annoncé aujourd'hui sa collaboration avec SAP AG en vue d'intégrer une approche globale de la gestion des maladies, basée sur les mécanismes, dans les cadres informatiques de pointe, en vue de développer la prochaine génération d'entreprises de médecine personnalisée.

La médecine personnalisée utilise des informations génétiques et non génétiques, telles que les facteurs environnementaux, pour personnaliser la prévention, le diagnostic et le traitement des maladies. Jusqu'ici, cependant, ces solutions étaient souvent fragmentées et incomplètes, ne portant que sur un sous-ensemble de facteurs influents. Les solutions de médecine personnalisée de demain seront holistiques ; intégrant les informations génomiques d'un patient, ses antécédents médicaux et des facteurs environnementaux et liés à son mode de vie. Cette approche plus globale de la gestion des maladies nécessitera l'intégration de plusieurs sources de données, ainsi que la structuration et l'analyse de volumes de données importants. Cette capacité sera essentielle pour assurer le succès et la longévité d'une solution de médecine personnalisée.

Cette collaboration entre un fonds d'investissement mondial dans le domaine de la santé et une des plus grandes sociétés informatiques mondiales permettra aux entreprises émergentes de ce secteur de disposer à la fois de capitaux et d'une expertise et de ressources importantes. Elle tirera profit de l'expérience d'Inventages dans le développement de produits validés cliniquement, hautement efficaces et de l'expertise de SAP dans la construction et l'exploitation de plateformes et d'écosystèmes informatiques complexes.

« Inventages s'intéresse à la médecine personnalisée depuis plusieurs années et par conséquent, nous reconnaissons que la gestion des maladies doit nécessairement prendre une dimension globale ; tous les facteurs qui influencent la santé d'un patient doivent être pris en compte. Inventages et SAP ont une vision similaire consistant à faire progresser la médecine personnalisée au moyen de la technologie de l'information. Cette collaboration permettra à nos entreprises d'accéder aux capacités et aux ressources uniques de SAP dans les secteurs du mobile, du Cloud et du traitement des gros volumes de données », a déclaré le docteur Gunnar Weikert, président et associé directeur d'Inventages.

« Nous sommes enchantés de pouvoir collaborer avec Inventages et Nestlé et associer nos capacités complémentaires dans les domaines de la santé et de l'informatique », a déclaré le docteur Stefan Sigg, vice-président directeur de SAP HANA®, SAP AG. « Inventages et Nestlé apportent une expertise solide et objective dans le développement de technologies de santé, y compris la conception et l'organisation d'essais cliniques, et la compréhension des règlements et directives complexes en matière de remboursements. Nous sommes certains que cette collaboration nous permettra de découvrir et de mettre au point des solutions de santé innovantes dans le but d'améliorer la vie des patients ».

À propos d'Inventages

  • Inventages est un fonds d'investissement mondial dans le domaine de la santé soutenu par Nestlé
  • Les investissements sont centrés sur des thérapies et des technologies sûres, hautement efficaces, qui devraient améliorer radicalement la pratique de la médecine.
  • Les domaines d'intérêt particuliers sont les maladies chroniques, telles que les maladies gastro-intestinales, la santé cérébrale et les maladies métaboliques, qui représentent la principale charge pour les systèmes de santé, ainsi que la pédiatrie, les soins critiques et le vieillissement.

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