Health innovation

Clariane innovates in three priority areas in the health sector, in line with changes in society and the expectations of patients and healthcare staff.

Geriatrics: support for the elderly, Alzheimer’s specialisation, and palliative care
Rehabilitation: locomotor, neurological, pulmonary, nutritional, cardiological, oncological and paediatric diseases
Psychiatry and addiction care: mood disorders (depression, bipolar disorder), anxiety and adjustment disorders, burnout, eating disorders, personality disorders, and substance and non-substance addictions.

In line with projects relating to the 5 Ps of medicine – preventive, personalised, predictive, participatory, and purpose-driven – Clariane mobilises medical communities in the various countries where the Group operates to innovate at three levels:

  1. Diagnosis and therapy (non-drug treatments including brain stimulation, new technologies-AI, and digital therapies)
  2. Organisation of pathways (care, healthcare, life): telemedicine (teleconsultation, medical tele-expertise, medical tele-monitoring, medical tele-assistance, medical tele-regulation), e-pathways, mobile teams, and new activities (sleep, pain, etc.)
  3. Research and training (clinical studies and data collection)

We are committed to deploying innovative health projects whose objectives involve the medical communities in the six countries where Clariane operates.

Professor Antoine Piau Medical Director, Ethics and Health Innovation for the Clariane Group

Alzheimer’s disease, let’s talk about it!

Across Europe, Clariane has made it a priority to support people with Alzheimer’s disease, their families and their medical and care teams.

Discover the Group’s Alzheimer’s programme


Non-pharmaceutical interventions

E.g. Silver Fit for functional training and cognitive stimulation, in individual therapy or group sessions, in retirement homes and geriatric clinics.

  • Nutriotional health interventions
    (From food supplements to therapeutic diets)

  • Physical health interventions
    (From manual therapies to adapted physical activity programmes)

  • Other health interventions
    (From phytotherapy to aromatherapy) 

  • Digital health interventions
    (From connected health objects to e-health coaching solutions)

  • Psychological health interventions
    (From prevention programmes to psychotherapy methods)

Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS)

A neurostimulation technique for treating severe to moderate depression, contraindications or refusals of drug treatments, severe anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, addictions and pain in medical and rehabilitation clinics and psychiatric clinics.

Virtual reality therapies in medical and rehabilitation clinics, psychiatric clinics, and retirement homes

Exposing patients to anxiety-provoking situations can help treat certain anxiety problems, such as phobias and panic attacks.