Clic Santé could offer a self-declaration service for COVID-19
Clic Santé could integrate other types of services on its platform according to Stéphane Lajoie, CEO of Trimoz Technologies and CEO of the Clic Santé Group. PHOTO: TurnedNews.com / Lynda Paradis
“If there is a need, we will be there to meet it,” says Stéphane Lajoie, CEO of Groupe Clic Santé. The one who is also the President and CEO of Trimoz Technologies believes that his company is in a position to help the Government of Quebec accelerate the transformation of its digital health services.
Stéphane Lajoie specifies that Clic Santé is already serving as a screening platform for the staff of certain health establishments who have special needs.
We discussed with the ministry [de la Santé] of our capacities, he suggests.
In addition, the opening of the appointment booking for the third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine will take place on Tuesday for people aged 55 to 59. The other age groups, up to adults over 18, will follow in the coming days of January. During the interview, Stéphane Lajoie maintains that Clic Santé is ready to respond to the influx of Internet users for making appointments online.