PLAKK: reducing risk of strokes with artificial intelligence
The four Phase B finalists shone bright with their wide range of innovations
Phase B, an initiative bringing relevant, long-term solutions to our healthcare system
33 projects were submitted for this 2022 edition and have all high potential for the future of medicine. The Gouvernement du Québec hopes to open up room for the private sector to meet the growing needs of a healthcare system that has been weakened by the pandemic. The rising number of innovative projects in this sector is very encouraging. A survey conducted by Biron in winter 2021 (data available in French only) also showed that Québecers were very open to innovation and artificial intelligence to help take the strain off our healthcare system. The initiatives being advanced, including those by Phase B could have a major impact for Québec.
On the eve of its 70th anniversary, Biron Health Group is positioning itself as a healthcare entrepreneurship leader and embraces innovative solutions that take a proactive approach to preventive and predictive medicine and healthcare for more and more patients.
To learn more about the competition, visit the site: phaseb.biron.com/en