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The minister of Health, Gaétan Barrette
The network of health and social services must also contribute to Québec’s economic development, through innovation, and it goes by the artificial intelligence and the development of a data bank of “the most exhaustive possible” for private companies and researchers.
This is one of the messages that was delivered on Monday, the minister of Health and social Services, Gaétan Barrette, who addressed the members of the board of trade of metropolitan Montreal.
The minister hoped that the future database will be completed within two years.
The artificial intelligence offers an array of opportunities, through the analysis of the data, he pleaded. And it is that this artificial intelligence is in the network of the health is to make economic development for Quebec.
The minister Barrette noted that such a database would, for example, the comparison of the cost of a medical service from one place to the other — what one cannot do at the moment.
His speech charmed the president of the Chamber of commerce of metropolitan Montreal, Michel Leblanc, who pointed out the micro that the current minister of Health was saying things “that we don’t have enough heard of the Health ministers” for the private companies.