THE CDHC TEAM
Providing a coordinated global offering built on complementary expertise.
President, founding associate
With a Master’s degree in Health and Political Science, Jean-Jacques Carre has held management positions in several leading medical device companies, notably Smith & Nephew, Stryker, and Tornier. He served as Sales Director, Marketing Director, Business Unit Director, and Director of Scientific and Medical Affairs.
Alongside these functions, Jean-Jacques Carré was Vice President of the National Syndicate of Medical Technology Industries (SNITEM) for several years, responsible for rate negotiations with the French Economic Committee for Health Products (CEPS). He was also President of the orthopedics department at SNITEM for several years. In that role, he presided over the National Health Conference and Conference on Medical Drugs.
In addition, he served as Judge at the Business Court in Lyon, France, where he acquired specific in-depth knowledge regarding disputes and legal matters.
Throughout his career, Jean-Jacques Carré has successfully developed numerous collaborations with health professionals and health authorities as well as in business development. He brings unique experience, expert knowledge on medical devices and the French medical reimbursement system, health sector business development in France and around the world, and negotiation skills.
Christelle Doën holds a Master’s II degree in Sociology of Organizations and Knowledge Management, enhanced by additional training in project management, change management, human resources, and marketing.
She began her career at a consulting firm for large companies, handling various strategic consulting missions, then pursuing her path to steer corporate transformation strategies in the public and private sectors.
This led her to work for the French Health Insurance organization, where she participated in strategic projects for the National Health Insurance Fund (CNAM). This experience brought her in-depth knowledge regarding the priority issues for paying entities (CNAM) and their role within the overall health care system.
At France’s National Higher School of Social Security, Christelle Doën acquired thorough knowledge about public health policy and the operation of French and international health systems. Her experience enables her to align the requirements of medical devices with the strategic axes of public health.
Doctor, General Director of the Franco-Chinese Institute
Professor Ping Lei holds a degree from the Paris Institute of Political Sciences in Health Policy Management, as well as a PhD in Management Science from the University of Grenoble. She also holds a degree in General Medicine.
She was head of the manager training center at hospitals and health establishments for six years. She is currently a research-professor at INSEEC Business School Lyon and president of the Franco-Chinese Institute for Health.
She recently published “The Health System in China: System Reform and Hospital Management – 2019, Ping Lei (author), Gilles Duhamel (contributor), preface by Didier Tabuteau.
Expert in regulatory affairs
Caroline Soulet has 18 years of experience working with medical devices in regulatory functions for a major group, then for several startups (Pierre Fabre Medical Devices, Laboratoires Brothier, Vexim SA). She brings a rare skill set of expertise and professionalism in matters regarding French and international regulatory solutions.
Expert in clinical affairs
Nathalie Tretoux has 25 years of experience in clinical trials for the medical drug and medical device industries. Former clinical research associate, director of clinical trials, and head of the monitoring department, Nathalie is well qualified to provide real expertise for defining your clinical strategy.
Engineer, PhD in Health Economics
Julien Flaig is an expert in medical-economic study and outlook models His experience is particularly relevant for highlighting the value represented by medical devices.