Results (196) for Presentations at HBI Events and keyword

Community care for people with intellectual disability in Europe: Marc Kitten, Candesic - HBI 2018

Catering for those with learning disabilities is a growing market in the UK and Nordic region and there are clear signs of opportunities opening up across Europe. Here Marc gives an overview of the sector country by country. [+]
MAY 9, 2018

Investment opportunities in the Dutch healthcare market: Rune Aresvik, Vardetun - HBI 2018

Presentation which goes through the opportunities in all the major sectors in detail. [+]
MAY 1, 2018

Top Six Workforce Risks for Private Health Facilities: Dr. Kate Tulenko, Corvus Health - HBI 2018

A massive training market is opening up, thanks to the huge shortages the world faces of health and care staff. Kate has been analysing the sector for over decade for The World Bank and Corvus Health. Here she case-studies how countries and private operators are building capacity and increasing workforce efficiency. What are the viable business models for Europe and Emerging Markets? [+]
APRIL 24, 2018

How Cultural Change Delivers: Samantha Laurent, Unilabs - HBI 2018

Happy employees deliver better service, driving better returns. Here Samantha looks at how Unilabs has managed cultural change at every level in the organisation from delivery men to senior management. New models include defining service best practice working with Ritz Carlton through to the introduction of 360 degree feedback and the iceberg model of behavioural drivers. [+]
APRIL 19, 2018

Building an International Hospital Chain in CEE: Attila Vegh, Penta Hospitals International - HBI 2018

Penta Hospitals has built the largest chain of multi-national hospitals across Central and Eastern Europe. [+]
APRIL 19, 2018

International growth of Medipass: Presentation, Guglielmo Brayda di Soleto, Medipass - HBI 2018

Guglielmo Brayda di Soleto, CEO, Medipass Part of the listed Italian KOS Group Medipass designs, implements and manages cancer diagnostic and treatment services in the UK, Italy, India and the GCC. [+]
APRIL 19, 2018

Lessons Learned Over Two Decades: Presentation, Bruno Gridelli, UPMC International & Professor of Surgery, University of Pittsburgh - HBI 2018

A pioneer of international expansion, UPMC, a big US academic medical centre, first expanded abroad to Italy where it has been managing PPPs for complex surgery and transplants for over two decades. Surgeon Dr. Gridelli has also been a leader in UPMC collaborations with the Asian American Medical Group in Singapore; Hamad Medical Corporation in Qatar; KingMed Diagnostics in China; National Research Oncology Center in Kazakhstan; Xiangya International Medical Center, China and the Whitfield Cancer Centre in Ireland. [+]
APRIL 19, 2018

Healthcare Real Estate: Presentation, David Batchelor, CBRE - HBI 2018

Real estate is now at the heart of most deals in health care services. Often, it is the key to premium pricing and deals won and lost. In a data-driven presentation, David looks at valuations and forecasts across Europe and Emerging Markets. He then X-rays deals made or broken by property. [+]
APRIL 19, 2018

Building effective health care: Dr T. Rajgopal, Unilever - HBI 2018

Raj runs Unilever's medical and occupational healthcare programme across over 100 countries. Here he looks at how Unilever does this, its goals and how it works with the private sector. He goes on to look at how he is deploying digital health. [+]
APRIL 19, 2018

Partnership for Prevention: Presentation, Jeanette Ryan, GSK - HBI 2018

Partnership for Prevention is a revolutionary preventive healthcare programme for all GSK employees and their benefits-eligible family members, regardless of role and location. It enables access, at little or no cost, to up to 40 evidence-based preventive health services, including immunisations, cancer screening, preventive exams, prenatal care and tobacco cessation, as well as treatment options for conditions such as HIV and cardiovascular disease. All services were chosen based on evidence-based medicine and recommendations from the World Health Organisation. Jeanette has been with the programme since its start which has now been rolled out to well over 100,000 employees, plus their families, in approximately 100 countries. She walks us through GSK’s rationale for a preventive healthcare programme of this scale, the dynamics required to work with partners for successful implementation and how GSK engages with employees on health and wellbeing. [+]
APRIL 19, 2018

Integrated Provider Models - Beauty or Beast?: Presentation, Wolf Kupatt, amedes - HBI 2018

Unusually, big diagnostic lab group amedes also runs a national network of specialist outpatient doctor practices across Germany in areas such as gynaecology, fertility, diabetes and metabolic medicine. The beauty of such vertical integration is that amedes can offer more holistic treatment and brings together specialist doctors with formidable skills sets with equally specialist diagnostics. The beast is that the model adds considerable complexity and highlights potential conflicts of interest that exist in most integrated healthcare models. [+]
APRIL 19, 2018

Bridging Siloes and Making Consolidation Work: Presentation, Jonathan Darer, Siemens Healthineers - HBI 2018

How will new technology bridge the gap between secondary and primary care? What form will consolidation take? The former Chief Innovation Officer and Director of the Center for Clinical Innovation in the Geisinger Health System, Jon led the development, implementation and evaluation of initiatives in health information technology, clinical re-engineering and patient-family engagement. Here he looks at how IT will join together siloed activities over the next decade. [+]
APRIL 19, 2018

Integrated Provider Models: Presentation, Daniel Coudry, Amil, UnitedHealth group - HBI 2018

Owned by US insurer UnitedHealth, Amil is Brazil's largest private healthcare provider and a trailblazer for vertical integration in LATAM. Daniel discusses Amil's progress and the implications of this for private healthcare business models. He also describes the - sometimes bumpy - journey of moving from fee for services to DRGs to payment by results and shares lessons learnt. [+]
APRIL 18, 2018

Healthcare services – the Global Financial Landscape: Presentation, Hedley Goldberg, Rothschild - HBI 2018

What does this tell us about industry dynamics, maturity and consolidation? How are investors, valuations and deal flow likely to change over the next few years? [+]
APRIL 18, 2018

Radiology as a Service: Presentation, Nicolas Weber, medneo - HBI 2018

The Berlin-based company medneo offers its customers diagnostic images instead of expensive medical devices and revolutionizes the health care market with “Radiology as a Service” – the shareconomy concept for diagnostic imaging. [+]
APRIL 18, 2018

Building a primary care business in India: Presentation, Kaushik Sen, Healthspring - HBI 2018

Today in India, as in many Emerging Markets, sick patients often go straight to hospital. Primary care has a poor reputation and is often viewed as corrupt by patients. Here Kaushik gives a detailed overview of how primary care works in India and unpackages its potential, before describing Healthspring's business model, which has seen it grow to a network of 30 clinics. [+]
APRIL 18, 2018

At the forefront of the Telehealth revolution: Presentation, Arjun Kalyanpur, Teleradiology Solutions - HBI 2018

Teleradiology Solutions provides teleradiology coverage in 20 countries mainly India and the USA but also nearly 20 others across Africa and Asia. Here Arjun looks at where he expects to see the growth of teleradiology in emerging markets and at who the customers will be. A shortage of radiologists is the main problem in these countries, so how will artificial intelligence help in providing readings? [+]
APRIL 17, 2018

Cygnet Health Care: Presentation, Tony Romero, CEO, Cygnet Health Care - HBI 2018

Dr Tony Romero, CEO, Cygnet Health Care, a UK provider of care to adults which was acquired by US group Universal Health Services in 2017. UHS also owns Cygnet. [+]
APRIL 17, 2018

Modern Medicine with Rapid Recovery drives outpatient treatment: Presentation, Thomas Berglund, Capio - HBI 2018

NASDAQ-quoted, pan-European group Capio runs hospitals, outpatient and ambulatory services across Scandinavia, Germany and France. Thomas, CEO since 2011, looks at how Capio has reconfigured acute delivery and at its focus on outpatient services, including the deployment of AI in primary care. What are the main barriers to change and how has Capio overcome them? [+]
APRIL 17, 2018

Outpatient Care—A Capital Markets Perspective: Presentation, Martin Henrichs, UBS - HBI 2018

In 30 years time there may not be many inpatient hospitals. Here Martin looks at the viability of outpatient business models from acute to dentistry and from dialysis to rehab. Outpatient models offer huge advantages in cost, accessibility, convenience and safety. But how should today's medical professionals and operators transition to new outpatient models and what are the risks? [+]
APRIL 17, 2018

Homecare in Latin America: Presentation, Marco Alvarez, Salus Holdings - HBI 2018

Marco examines the challenges and opportunities facing the homecare market in LATAM in general and Mexico in particular, including the cultural and financial implications in the region and what seems to be working - and what doesn't. [+]
APRIL 17, 2018

Three keys to care – digitalisation, training and recruitment: Presentation, Fredrik Gren, Ambea - HBI 2018

One of Sweden's largest care providers, Ambea has launched several radical innovations over the last three years. It has run a series of pilots covering all aspects of digitalisation and learnt what works and what doesn't. It has launched a for-profit institute which trained 10,000 people in aspects of care in the last year. Thirdly, it has launched radical programmes to engage 15-18 year old schoolchildren and to train new migrants to Sweden, adding 300-400 workers in the process. Fredrik goes through what Ambea has learnt from all this. How do you best use these three keys to build a care business? [+]
APRIL 17, 2018

Changing Fast! Meeting the new challenge in home healthcare: Presentation, Gildas Bonduelle, Linde Healthcare - HBI 2018

Home Healthcare faces a paradox. There is huge demand as payors love patients away from acute care settings and the non-communicable disease burden grows. Yet the sector faces unremitting price pressure and labour shortages. Here, Gildas looks at how Linde is responding to these pressures by building density, using digital and working with payors and policymakers. [+]
APRIL 17, 2018

Internationalising care: Presentation, Emmanuel Masson, Orpea Group - HBI 2018

Orpea has become an international care giant over the last decade. Today it is present in ten European countries from Portugal to Poland. It has also launched in China and Brazil. Activities span everything from residential nursing homes for the elderly to outpatient rehabilitation. Here Emmanuel looks at the lessons it has learnt on how to expand internationally. What models work and why? [+]
APRIL 17, 2018

“The Emperor's new clothes”: Hugh Risebrow, Latchmore Associates - HBI 2018

Here, Hugh is the child in the fairy story who points to royal nudity. He goes through precisely what is wrong with the diagnostic lab sector internationally from perverse incentives to massive wastage and the failure to prescribe the right tests. What business models would sort this out? [+]
APRIL 17, 2018

Laboratory Diagnostics Models - we are one, but we are many: Presentations, Anoop Singh, Healthscope - HBI 2018

Healthscope runs labs across Australia and New Zealand as well as across Malaysia, Vietnam and Singapore. Anoop who is also a non-exec director of Dr Lal, the big Indian lab group, contrasts business models. [+]
APRIL 17, 2018

Developing Healthcare Economies : The Opportunity in Diagnostics, Stuart Quin, Synlab - HBI 2018

Europe's largest lab group, SYNLAB, has expanded into a dozen markets from Mexico to Ukraine and Ghana to Slovakia. Why and what opportunities does it see? Stuart looks at the group's strategy and at how it adds value through innovation. [+]
APRIL 17, 2018

The genetic test market: a candid view: Presentation, Enrique Samper, NIMGenetics - HBI 2018

Nimgenetics is one of the largest Spanish genetic labs and is selling across the Latino world. Here Enrique gives his personal view of the future of genetics. What price will tests need to hit before becoming mass B2B and B2C markets? What are the implications of 4P Medicine? And how can the sector deal with the huge challenges it faces around IP, educating the medical profession and staff shortages? Where will for-profit labs play in this? [+]
APRIL 17, 2018

Making prevention a reality: Presentation, Will Stoddart, Werlabs - HBI 2018

There is a lot of pent up demand from consumers for tests. Who better to talk about this than Will whose business offers B2C tests across Scandinavia and the UK. Who are the typical customer? How do they behave? And what are the best ways of reaching them? [+]
APRIL 17, 2018

Value-based Healthcare: Delivering high quality cancer care internationally: Presentation, Dr B.S. Ajaikumar - HBI 2018

How do you deliver world-class cancer care at affordable prices? With 20 comprehensive cancer care centres, HCG is by far the largest oncology specialist in India. Founder, Dr Ajaikumar, lifts the lid on how HCG’s model delivers outcomes through deployment of value health. With a growing pan-India presence, and a cancer center in Kenya, HCG sees potential to replicate the model globally, including across regions like Dubai, Ghana, Vietnam, Philippines etc. in the next few years. [+]
APRIL 13, 2018

Future of Healthcare – what, when and how: Presentation, Dr Penelope Dash, McKinsey & Company - HBI 2018

What will the private health care services sector look like globally in 2027? How will AI, digital health and medical advances affect it? Are these developments opportunities or threats? And how will the sector's relationship with payors change? Will we end up with a few global brands each covering almost everything? Dr Penny Dash joins global influencers and disruptors for a lively discussion about the future of the sector. [+]
APRIL 13, 2018

Building a Quality Agenda Across a Global Healthcare Chain: Presentation, Dr Andy Jones, Ramsay Health Care UK - HBI 2018

How do you best create quality across an international business with 235 facilities in six countries and three continents? Andy explores the leadership and cultural implications and looks at operating models and the implications for the brand and for consumers. [+]
APRIL 13, 2018

Joining forces: eHealth meets big data: Presentation, Cesar Rodrigues Dominguez, Axismed, Brazil

Axismed provides predictive health models, and monitoring healthcare programmes through digital multichannel access, focused into ROI achievement. Cesar discusses the challenges and opportunities of Axismed's platform, and how it helps corporate payers and end users. [+]
OCTOBER 23, 2017

Population Health Management - From volume to value: Presentation: Marcus Zimmermann-Rittereiser, Siemens Healthineers

Following a brief introduction to Population Health Management, Marcus gives an overview of outcomes and costs of lung cancer screening programmes and how digital health technologies and applications can optimise such programmes. [+]
OCTOBER 20, 2017

Into the Cloud and beyond: Presentation, Francisco Sapori Jr, Microsoft, U.S. & pan-Latam

As Latin America works to digitalise its healthcare systems, Francisco gives an overview of the countries and businesses which are embracing the cloud and AI, and the challenges and benefits this has created. Plus he predicts what the next five years of digitalisation will bring to Latam - and where healthcare services should prioritise their spending. [+]
OCTOBER 20, 2017

New business models: Presentation, Dr. Marcus Gimenes, Consulta do Bem, Brazil

Healthcare services is getting ever closer to the consumer. Here, we look at new approaches such as: low-cost dialysis, subscription models and solving the problem of non-attendance. [+]
OCTOBER 20, 2017

New business models: Presentation, Andres Gutierres, Medica Santa Carmen, Renal Care Network, Mexico

Healthcare services is getting ever closer to the consumer. Here, we look at new approaches such as: low-cost dialysis, subscription models and solving the problem of non-attendance. [+]
OCTOBER 20, 2017

The Investment Landscape and Prospects: Presentation, Carmen De Paula, IFC

Carmen discusses the lessons learnt by the IFC from its health investments globally and drawing from her role overseeing its Latin American and Caribbean health sector portfolio. Making key observations and highlighting trends from a debt and equity perspective, she will also give insights into where the future growth potential lies for the private health sector. [+]
OCTOBER 20, 2017

The patient of the 21st Century: the new paradigm: Presentation, Dr Frederic Llordachs, Doctoralia, Spain & pan-Latam

Governments are becoming increasingly involved in building medical hubs. Frederic talks us through patients of the 21st century; their expectations and willingness to shop around for treatments. [+]
OCTOBER 20, 2017

Variables that impact on Health Tourism - Costa Rican case study: Presentation, Dr Alejandro Ayon Lacayo, Hospital Cima, Costa Rica

Governments are becoming increasingly involved in building medical hubs. Alejandro discusses Hospital Cima’s experience of the market in Costa Rica. [+]
OCTOBER 20, 2017

Homecare and daycare business models in Mexico: Presentation, Marco Alvarez, Salus Holding, Mexico

Marco Alvarez set up Grupo Dabvsa with Angel Ventures (now Salus Holdings) in 2005 to provide medicalised homecare, day centres and a nursing school in Mexico City. Now the largest provider in the capital, Marco discusses the social stigma of elderly care in Mexico, demographics, and how focusing on technical and medical assistance has helped the group work alongside traditional domiciliary caregivers. [+]
OCTOBER 20, 2017

Nursing home chains a viable business for Latin America?: Presentation, Roderick Peters, Acalis Latam, Chile & pan-Latam

Acalis Latam, owned by Belgian group Senior Assist International, is developing a network of nursing homes in Chile, Colombia and Uruguay. Roderick talks to us about where he sees the future for high-level care for the elderly in the region and where Acalis’ business model fits into that, plus the lessons they have learnt from cross-border consolidation. [+]
OCTOBER 20, 2017

Joined up thinking: care pathways for the elderly: Presentation, Marcelo Fonseca, Dal Ben, Brazil

A pioneer in the home care market, Dal Ben is focused on providing a one-stop-shop for HMOs to manage chronic and acute care. Marcelo shares insights into Dal Ben’s integrated system and into the elderly care market in Brazil. [+]
OCTOBER 20, 2017

Outsourcing lab work from Latam to Spain: Presentation, Nuria Martin, Cerba International and Analiza, Spain & International

Capitation models have become the byword for efficiency in healthcare. Nuria Martin discusses the merits and drawbacks of private health insurance companies implementing this approach in Spain. Plus, she considers the future of this model in Brazil and how it would affect the Brazilian laboratory sector. [+]
OCTOBER 20, 2017

The mass market for diagnostic lab tests in Mexico: Presentation, Jose Carlos Perez Chavez, Grupo Diagnostico Proa, Mexico

Grupo PROA is the biggest and fastest growing diagnostic company in México. It operates several brands targeting high and low income-markets. Carlos reveals how the mass market is emerging in Mexico, who the consumers are and what they want – and how they will pay for services. [+]
OCTOBER 20, 2017

Alliar's PPP: A perfect union: Presentation, Fernando Terni, Alliar, Brazil

Brazil's third largest diagnostic group Alliar has been contracted by the government to provide diagnostics in the public sytem in Bahia. This is transforming the provision for some 12 million people. Fernando shares details about the contract and talks us through the issues, potential problems and successes of this PPP. [+]
OCTOBER 20, 2017

The hospital group of the future: Presentation, Luiz de Luca, Americas Servicos Medicos, Brazil

Who better to take a look at the wide range of innovations being applied to hospital networks – from the political to the strategic and digital – than Luiz de Luca who heads up one of the largest hospital groups in Brazil (owned by United Health Group)? What will the sector in Brazil and Latin America look like in 10 years time? Luiz discusses the fundamental shifts occurring in the hospital sphere today and predicts future likely changes and models. [+]
OCTOBER 20, 2017

Vertical Integration: Presentation, Dr Sebastian Cespedes, Clinica Ricardo Palma, Peru

Recently bought by Spanish healthcare giant Quironsalud, (itself a recent acquisition of Germany’s hospital operator Fresenius-Helios), Clinica Ricardo Palma is a shining example of a vertical hospital model in Peru. Sebastian discusses the issues confronting the Peruvian hospital sector – and why Clinica Ricardo Palma works here – as well as future plans for expansion. [+]
OCTOBER 20, 2017

Private healthcare in Latin America: the dawning of a new era: Presentation, Tracy Francis, McKinsey, Brazil

Tracy gives a comparative overview of the Latin American private healthcare sector and the political attitudes that are shaping provision and investment. She will discuss the relative success of different healthcare models, and make projections about emergent specialties, such as elderly care. [+]
OCTOBER 20, 2017

Opportunities in Russian healthcare: Presentation, Emmett Moriarty, Ennismore Advisory

Emmett has spent much of the last five years working in Russia including a year working as Vice-President of Medsi, the big Moscow healthcare group. Here he looks at the state of the market across acute, diagnostics and elderly care. What are conditions really like on the ground? Who are the consumers? And what are the threats and opportunities? [+]
AUGUST 22, 2017

Romanian Healthcare Sector Key Macroeconomic Trends and Challenges: Presentation, Fady Chreih, Regina Maria

Fady Chreih, CEO, Regina Maria gives his insight on: Romanian Healthcare Sector Key Macroeconomic Trends and Challenges. Regina Maria is one of the two largest private operators in Romania. [+]
AUGUST 22, 2017

Central and Eastern Europe - A changing landscape: Presentation, Eilert Hinrichs, L.E.K. Consulting

With a population of over 120m, the dozen countries from the Baltic States to Bulgaria are an important market for health care services. Here Eilert looks at how the private sector has developed across the region. What are the growth opportunities and what are the instabilities the region needs to deal with? [+]
AUGUST 22, 2017

Mexican Healthcare Market - Overview of Healthcare Provider Market: Presentation - Juan Manuel Contreras, Ambar Capital

Contreras gives an overview of private healthcare services sector in Mexico. He highlights prospects in the low cost sector which is aiming squarely at the majority of Mexicans. And he also looks at imaging, labs, outsourcing and the established players. As an investor, how does he expect the sector to develop over the next five years? [+]
AUGUST 22, 2017

Asian Healthcare: Presentation, Abrar Mir, Quadria Capital

Quadria is one of the largest investors in private health care services in the region. Here Abrar looks at how he sees prospects at the sub-sector level for the industry and names the main players before looking at likely margin and revenue growth. He goes onto look at how to best define target markets and asks to what extent private groups can and should target low cost, mass markets. [+]
AUGUST 22, 2017

What do private healthcare services really look like today in Africa?: Presentation, Egbe Osifo-Dawodu, Anadach Consulting

What does private health care services really look like today in Sub-Saharan Africa? Here Egbe, a former World Bank/IFC staff who has advised on the sector across the continent, digs into the data, sizing markets and operators. She goes on to look the trends which promise to transform the industry over the next decade. [+]
AUGUST 22, 2017

Challenges to Payors in the 21st century: Presentation, Damien Marmion , AXA Global Health

Dr Damien Marmion gives his personal views on the advent of connected healthcare, big data, analytics are a challenge and an opportunity for private medical insurers. In addition we all have an increasing need for better outcomes in terms of customer quality and affordability. Damien looks at the issues payors in general face before outlining solutions. [+]
AUGUST 22, 2017

Payors and Providers : A new relationship: Presentation, Richard di Benedetto, Aetna International

The relationship between payors and providers is changing rapidly. In the USA, Aetna has already moved to a partnership model in which large providers are paid on a per capita basis, rather than by activity. Meanwhile, new apps are creating a much more direct relationship between insurers and patients. These enable remote diagnosis and enables the payor to steer patients to the most suitable provider. Di Benedetto looks at these changes and at how Aetna plans to roll them out worldwide. [+]
AUGUST 22, 2017

Lessons on Healthcare from Falck: Presentation, Jan Steenhard, Falck

Falck is the quiet giant of healthcare running ambulance services, clinics, primary care, rehab and subscription services across 3 continents and 40 countries with over €1.5bn in health care revenue. Here, Jan unpackages some of its surprising business models, such as subscription healthcare sold to 1m individuals in Latam and 300,000 in the Nordic. How does it incentivise entrepreneurs who sell their businesses to Falck. What has Falck learnt from its international expansion and where does it see opportunities? [+]
AUGUST 22, 2017

Building an international hospital group in Asia - Dr Azad Moopen, Aster DM

Over 30 years Dr Moopen has built Aster DM from scratch into one of the largest groups in the GCC and India, moving into hospitals, pharmacies, diagnostics and outpatient. He talks about the challenges and lessons of the last five years as the group has expanded internationally and reflects on future business models and markets ahead of the group's listing on the Mumbai stock exchange. [+]
AUGUST 22, 2017

Academic Medical Centers Involvement in Foreign Markets: An American Perspective on a Multi-Billion Dollar Business: Presentation, Juan Carlos Negrette, University of Utah

Mayo, Johns Hopkins, Cleveland, UPMC and Texas Medical Centers have built huge revenue streams from patient referrals and affiliation programmes. Juan Carlos, formerly managing director at Johns Hopkins International, presents recent research including his estimates of revenue flows by group and dissects the business models, successful and unsuccessful, that they have deployed. What are the lessons for other players? [+]
AUGUST 22, 2017

Quality through specialization: Presentation, Daniel Ohman, GHP Speciality Care

The DRG system with payment per activity is a significant hurdle to improvements. In a unique customer collaboration with focus on outcomes, GHP has been able to deliver significant cost savings, quality improvements and innovations through the entire care pathway. GHP is a Nordic clinic chain which is now also manages hospitals in the GCC. Here Daniel looks at new contracts where GHP is paid by Sweden’s largest insurer on a per capita basis for orthopaedic and spine patients. [+]
AUGUST 22, 2017

Lessons from the Future: New York State’s Medicaid Reforms: Presentation, John Howard, KPMG

Around 80-90% of payments to Medicaid providers in New York State will be based on quality outcomes by 2020. Much the new system, perhaps the most advanced of its kind in the world, are already up and running. Here John looks in detail at the implication for providers, whether they are delivering elective acute care or chronic disease management programmes. How is the new system affecting consumers and the behaviour of referring doctors? How is New York using big data to analyse outcomes? [+]
AUGUST 22, 2017

Helping to inform your choice of hospital: Presentation, Matt James, PHIN

From April 2017, the UK’s Private Healthcare Information Network (PHIN) will go live with a mammoth website representing nearly 2 million datapoints covering the output of 14,000 consultant doctors with private practice at over 500 hospitals. Patients will be able to search for hospitals or doctors by procedure and make immediate comparisons on essential quality measures. Adopting NHS measures will facilitate direct and fair comparison of standards between the public and private sectors. That will make the UK one of very few countries where such comparison is possible. [+]
AUGUST 22, 2017

Digital twin and beyond: Presentation, Dimitris Moulavasilis, Affidea

Pan-European imaging, radiotherapy and lab player Affidea has been deploying digital health solutions across 14 countries. Here Dimitris looks at how and where digital will impact the sector. He goes on to give specific examples where digital have enabled Affidea to improve quality and improve efficiency and their digital plans for the future. [+]
AUGUST 22, 2017

Digital programs require collaboration and partnership: Presentation, Tim Taylor, EMRAD

Dr. Tim Taylor, Medical Director at EMRAD, one of the largest trusts in the UK, and David Hale, General Manager Enterprise Imaging & Care Area Solutions at GE Healthcare, will discuss the benefits of partnering in an Enterprise-based imaging information technology project. They will address the challenges they are facing in shaping a long term collaboration to evolve a complex health system into a cloud-based digital infrastructure, connecting productivity with care. [+]
AUGUST 22, 2017

Meeting Mass Market needs in Growth Markets through Partnership Capital: Presentation, Khawar Mann, The Abraaj Group

Khawar looks at how Abraaj is deploying a hub and spoke model to meet the needs of the new middle classes in Africa and India. What does the model really look like on the ground and how far has Abraaj progressed with its $1bn fund. [+]
AUGUST 22, 2017

Healthcare Services - the Global Financial Landscape: Presentation, Hedley Goldberg, Rothschild

In Europe and across Emerging Markets, Hedley looks at recent M&A activity and equity valuations on a regional and sub-sector level. What does this tell us about industry dynamics, maturity and consolidation? He looks at how investors, valuations and deal flow are likely to change over the next few years. [+]
AUGUST 22, 2017

Recruitment, Retention and Training In Emerging Markets: Presentation, Salim Hasham, Mediheal

The former head of healthcare services globally at Aga Khan University and the former head of Johns Hopkins Medicine International global services, Salim has personal experience of running large hospital groups across Africa, South Asia and the USA and now heads up Mediheal, a top 10 operator in Kenya. Here he looks at the three big issues that all emerging market players face in HR and provides three practical solutions for each. [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

Attracting and Managing Talent: Presentation, Andre Heinz, Siemens Healthineers

Healthcare service providers are caught between the desire to systematize pathways and processes and the need to give staff more autonomy. Here Andre looks at how Siemens Healthineers is reconfiguring its culture so as to increase quality and creativity. [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

Recruitment, Retention and Culture: Presentation, Jill Watts, BMI

Jill looks at the scale of the challenge in these three areas and goes on to give practical solutions to how to best tackle these issues. BMI, which is owned by Netcare, is the largest UK private hospital group with 59 hospitals. [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

Building Revenue and Loyalty with Digital Health: Presentation, Janne-Olli Järvenpää, Mehilainen

Janne-Olli looks at how the Mehilainen hospital and outpatient network has launched a suite of IT services that really allow HR departments and line managers to get their hands around sickness issues and has helped cut absenteeism by 20%. He also analyses Mehilainen's mobile app which allows consumers to chat to doctors (with face to face follow ups if necessary) for a flat fee. The app received more downloads than Pokemon Go in Finland during first week of its public launch. Mehiläinen is a leading Finnish social and healthcare services firm with circa 11 000 professional and expected revenues of €700m in 2017. [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

How Digital Intelligence and Real Time Analytics Can Drive Healthcare Transformation: Presentation, Mark Ebbens, GE Healthcare

Mark, Mahen and Stephanie will discuss the introduction of operational Command Center into healthcare organizations. Command Centre is a transformational journey, combining the latest in systems engineering, predictive analytics and innovative problem solving to support the new processes and drive real-time decision making to improve patient management in and out of the hospital and quality of care. They will share a first-hand customer experience with Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore and Humber River Hospital in Toronto and insights into the growing interest in Europe. [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

Living Better at Home: Presentation, Nimrod Altman, Natali

Predictive eMonitoring, eHealth apps and Telehealth can be used to launch services ranging from homecare to medical care and from elderly care to chronic disease management programs. This is precisely the strategy adopted by Natali Healthcare Group, the largest Israeli eHealth company, which was bought by the chinese Sanpower Group in late 2014. Today, Natali has 150,000 Israeli subscribers and Sanpower has over 1 million. Here Nimrod lifts the lid on these fascinating, fast-growth business models. [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

Driving Healthcare Innovation in Emerging Markets: Presentation, Helmut Schuehsler, TVM Capital Healthcare Partners

TVM Capital Healthcare has invested in healthcare companies in Emerging Markets including the MENA region. Helmut discusses opportunities for private Healthcare investments there over the next five to ten years. What is the landscape, the key hurdles and the greatest opportunities? [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

Bangladesh: An attractive investment destination: Presentation, A M Shamim , Labaid Group

Despite their massive growth, the big Indian private hospital chains hold under 20% of the multi-speciality acute sector and under 5% of private outpatient business. Here we look at their development and also at new innovative outpatient models. What can the rest of the world learn from these? And how is elderly care set to grow in the region? How are India's neighbours developing? [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

Diagnostic Imaging, where is the growth?: Presentation, Bence Varady-Szabo, Affidea

Affidea provides services across 16 European countries, majoring on imaging but also lab and cancer treatment. Here Bence looks at where the opportunities lie in private pay and outsourcing in Europe before going on briefly to assess potential in the Gulf. [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

The future of remote diagnostics: Presentation, Alexander Boehmcker, Telemedicine Clinic Group

Teleradiology, the remote interpretation of images, has only become a viable business model in the last decade. Telepathology - the digitisation of diagnostic tests - is taking off now. Computer aided diagnostics will follow. All this creates a new market for collaborative diagnostic networks. Alex, who runs Europe's largest teleradiology group, explores the opportunities and challenges thrown up by this new world. [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

Improving therapy sessions with e-health: Presentation, Joris Moolenaar, Karify

How can online treatment best complement treatment in "the real world"? Psychiatric patients in the Netherlands and the UK can now use cloud-based programmes to reinforce face-to-face counselling. Karify has 26,000 patients in the Netherlands and is growing 12% month-on-month. It has recently opened in Spain, Belgium and the USA. Joris looks at how the sector is growing and the wider lessons for operators. [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

Regional and sector landscapes: Psychiatry today: Presentation, Axel Paeger, Ameos

Ameos, one of the top 10 acute hospital chains in Germany, is also the larget player in psychiatry. Here Axel looks at trends in the psychiatric sector. How fast is outpatient growing? Why is Ameos building a network of day clinics? A move to a new DRG system was aborted earlier this year, so will we now see a move to a payment system based on patient outcomes? [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

Mental Health: Presentation, Michelle Tempest, Candesic

Psychiatry is changing fast. Firstly, several US players have recently acquired in the UK and are looking to build international businesses. Secondly, residential operators are building outpatient networks. Thirdly, the web is delivering an ever expanding range of services from addiction to psychoanalysis. Michelle, who is a psychiatrist herself, looks at these trends and asks what private psychiatry will look like in a decade in Europe and in Emerging Markets [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

Delivering for patients in a mixed private and public market: Presentation, Justin Ash, Oasis Healthcare

In dentistry, as in so many sectors, operators have to balance what are sometimes conflicting income streams. How do you best do this whilst maintaining a real focus on the patient? Justin, who runs one of the world's largest dentistry groups, unpacks his personal solution to the conundrum. [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

Building an international infertility Business: Presentation, Luis Saurat, IVI Clinics

Doctor-owned IVI is present in three continents and 11 countries with over 50 clinics from Chile to India and from London to Mexico City. Apart from its joint venture in India, all doctors are employees in a unitary shareholder business. Here Luis looks at the fertility market, its growth and at what customers want. He goes on to explore the challenges of building an international business, at how IVI attracts patients and at the competitive landscape. [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

How would you love to look like?: Presentation, Christoph Wend-Erdel, Clinic im Centrum

Cosmetic surgery is perhaps the only genuinely private healthcare market in Europe with consumers parting with their hard-earned cash for treatment. It is also growing at around 9% P.A. in Germany. Clinic im Centrum with 44 facilities in Europe and 40 in Germany is one of the largest specialist players in a sector which is fast consolidating. Christoph looks at how consumer behaviour is changing in Germany and Europe and gives insights into how CiC markets to them. What will the sector look like in a decade? [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

The shift to outpatient Strategic implications: Presentation, Romain Boichat, Corpus Health

Building strong outpatient networks is essential for all Europe's large private hospital groups. That reflects a payor-led shift away from inpatient care, but outpatient networks will also enable hospitals to get closer to patients and to build much more powerful brands. But building outpatient is a huge challenge as margins are far lower. Here Romain explores these issues and how a combination of telemedicine and outpatient will transform care delivery. Aevis runs the second largest group of private hospitals in Switzerland, a hotel group, a real estate division, and owns Medgate, which with revenue of $35m is Europe's largest telehealth operator. [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

Grupo Fleury: history, market and strategic positioning, future: Presentation, Carlos Marinelli, Fleury

With 2015 revenue of $550m, Fleury is one of the largest diagnostic lab and imaging groups in Brazil and has developed a carefully calibrated series of brands aimed at different consumer groups. Carlos walks us through the model and how it works. [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

Transforming Healthcare with Laboratory Medicine: Presentation, Emilie Neukom, Abbott Diagnostics EMEA

Historically, the diagnostic lab industry has not been good at arguing its case with payors, the medical profession and government. Emilie presents detailed, new research on its role and importance in healthcare systems, based on two indepth projects, covering the USA and ten countries around the world. [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

Building Homecare in India: Presentation, Krishnan Ganesh, Portea Medical

Portea has mushroomed from nothing to 5,000 employees in three years to become the biggest homecare group in India. Whilst 65% of patients are elderly, Portea now seeks to meet all the non-acute needs of a typical family including primary care, diagnostics and chronic disease. Ganesh looks at the Indian elderly and homecare markets and how they can be segmented. Portea has 200 staff working on digital health solutions and he goes on to lift the lid on the group's offerings from remote consultations to e-monitoring and even predictive healthcare. [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

Care of the Elderly - The last 15 years: Presentation, Sophie Boissard, Korian

Korian is Euope's largest care home group. Here Sophie looks at how care of the elderly is changing and what this means in practice from domiciliary care to nursing homes; ehealth apps to payor landscape. How will large care home groups move from meeting needs in the last 18 months to those of the last 15 years? [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

Acute Care in Emerging Markets: Presentation, Nate McLemore, Columbia Pacific Management

With 2,500+ beds, 28 hospitals and 4 clinics across India, China, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam and Kenya, Colombia Pacific is one of the top chains in Asia operating under the brands Columbia Asia, Columbia China and Columbia Africa. Nate looks at how patient profile and demand is changing; at the mistakes operators commonly make in Emerging Markets and asks what private health care delivery will look like in 5-10 years time. [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

Transforming Max Healthcare: Driving Organisational Change through Patient Focused Initiatives: Presentation, Rajit Mehta, Max Healthcare Institute

Systematically, over two years, Max has moved to understand what patients really want and has put in place programmes to ensure that it delivers this. Rajit goes over in detail a range of initiatives to research real needs and the steps Max has taken to ensure that staff are motivated to deliver this. Rajit, who has over 20 years experience in human resources in India and the USA, looks at how Max is modifying corporate culture as part of a programme that will see Max almost double bed numbers to 5,000. [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

Building a Pan-Eastern European Hospital Chain: Presentation, Attila Vegh, Penta Hospitals

Penta plans to import best practice from across the world to triple sales at Penta international to over €1bn. [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

Private Acute Care – Today, tomorrow and in the future: Presentation, Martin Henrichs, UBS

Martin sets the scene, looking at the business case behind domestic and international consolidation, how payor mix is evolving and how business models are changing. He concludes with a look at the top acute care operators globally and asks who will dominate the sector in a decade. [+]
AUGUST 18, 2017

Threats, challenges and opportunities for a new industry: Presentation, Sourabh Pagaria, Siemens Healthineers

Major health care service businesses are emerging around the world. But what are the main strategies they are adopting and what are their main challenges? Sourabh presents the findings of the 2017 Healthcare Business International survey. [+]
AUGUST 17, 2017

The Impact of Digital Health on Healthcare Services: Presentation, Nicolaus Henke, McKinsey

Digital health is going to transform the delivery of healthcare services over the next decade. But the industry has a lamentable implementation track record! Here Nicolaus Henke will look at how CEOs can best deploy winning strategies. He also examines where, and how far, operators, insurers and start ups can build patient platforms which recruit new patients and build relations with existing patients. And he looks at how data is best used to monitor quality and measure outcomes. [+]
AUGUST 17, 2017

The Elderly Care Market in Russia: Presentation, Alexei Sidnev, CEO, Senior Group

Senior Group CEO Alexei Sidnev looks at the elderly care market in Russia. Presented at the Healthcare Europa Annual Conference 2014, The Return of the Bull Market. [+]
MARCH 13, 2014

The Rise of the Industrial Internet: Presentation, Jean-Michel Malbrancq, CEO, GE Healthcare Europe

Minds & Machines: healthcare and the industrial internet - Jean-Michel will explain what the industrial internet means to healthcare and how this will help boost operator productivity. Presented at the Healthcare Europa Annual Conference 2014, The Return of the Bull Market. [+]
MARCH 13, 2014

Diagnostics: A Decade of Potential: Presentation, Jerome Thill, Director General, Cerba

Who better than Cerba to look at the opportunities now opening up? As well as routine labs, the big Franco-Benelux player also runs one of the largest European specialty and central lab operations. Jérôme looks at how Cerba is building a brand in routine testing, embracing innovation tests in its reference operation and developing next generation biomarkers in its central lab. Presented at the Healthcare Europa Annual Conference 2014, The Return of the Bull Market. [+]
MARCH 13, 2014

Lean Thinking, Big Data, Proven Outcomes: Affidea Presentation, Dimitris Moulavasilis, CEO

Euromedic CEO Dimitris Moulavasilis looks at how Euromedic, the European diagnostic group, has re-engineered its business and at the impact this has had on performance. Presented at the Healthcare Europa Annual Conference 2014: The Return of the Bull Market. [+]
MARCH 13, 2014

Building Demand through Phone and Online: Presentation, Stephen Collier, CEO, BMI

BMI with sales of £851m is the UK’s largest private hospital group. Stephen looks at how it is building websites aimed at specific conditions backed by a sophisticated call centre staffed by medical specialists. This enables BMI to redefine its relationship with physicians by becoming a demand generator, as well as the data to drive the business forward. Presented at Healthcare Europa Annual Conference 2014, The Return of the Bull Market. [+]
MARCH 13, 2014

Return of the Bull Market? Presentation, Martin Henrichs, Managing Director, Healthcare, Credit Suisse

Martin gives a detailed overview of transactions and volumes in Europe over the last year, focusing specifically on valuations. With stock market multiples at near record levels, he asks whether we are we about to see the return of a bull market in mergers and acquisitions. Presented at the Healthcare Europa Annual Conference 2014, The Return of the Bull Market. [+]
MARCH 13, 2014

Services that Build Life Long Loyalty from New Customers: Presentation, Yrjo Narhinen, CEO, Terveystalo

Terveystalo with 18 hospitals and 150 outlets is the largest private healthcare operator in Finland. Yrjo, who joined as CEO in 2010, has an FMCG background (Procter & Gamble) and has doubled profits in four years through culture change and powerful new IT. He looks at how Terveystalo is building new services, based on sophisticated patient record systems, aimed at creating life-long loyalty from groups as varied as families, the elderly and the active fit. How does the web fit in to this? Presented at the Healthcare Europa Annual Conference 2014, The Return of the Bull Market. [+]
MARCH 13, 2014

Polish Mandatory Health Insurance/Reform: Presentation, Joe Ryan, CFO, Medicover

Joe has 17 years experience as CFO of Medicover, the only Pan-East European provider of comprehensive medical services from insurance to hospitals, ambulatory centres and diagnostics. Medicover is active across Poland, Germany, Romania, Ukraine, Turkey, Belarus, the Balkans and other ex-Soviet republics. Presented at the Healthcare Europa Annual Conference 2014, The Return of the Bull Market. [+]
MARCH 13, 2014

Romanian Private Healthcare - Still Growing? Presentation, Sergiu Negut, Associate Dean, Maastricht School of Management, Romania

INSEAD educated, Sergiu is the former Deputy CEO of Regina Maria, the big Romanian hospital and clinic chain and has also worked for Amgen. Over the last two years, among other initiatives, Sergiu has built a consultancy business advising healthcare services and investment companies on opportunities in Romania. Presented at the Healthcare Europa Annual Conference 2014, The Return of the Bull Market. [+]
MARCH 13, 2014

Digitising Health and Care: Presentation, Nicolaus Henke, Head of Healthcare EMEA, Mckinsey

How to improve care and drive productivity in health providers. What works today? What will work in five years time? Presented at the Healthcare Europa Annual Conference 2014, The Return of the Bull Market. [+]
MARCH 13, 2014

NGS Technologies - Impact on Healthcare Sector: Presentation, Thomas Grunfeld, Senior Adviser to the Norwegian Clinical Genetics Analysis Platform

Next generation genetic sequencing (NGS) will have a profound effect on the healthcare landscape. Within the foreseeable future, NGS will be cost-effectively and readily available to large patient groups - we can even envisage most citizens having their exome sequenced in post natal screening programmes. Grünfeld, a former McKinsey consultant, M.D. and molecular geneticist, is better placed than most to analyse its impact, as Norway is one of few countries which is piloting a nationwide programme to deploy NGS technologies to widespread clinical practice. What will such platforms look like, who will do the work and what impact will it have? Thomas looks specifically at the impact on private diagnostic labs and healthcare providers. Presented at the Healthcare Europa Annual Conference 2014, The Return of the Bull Market. [+]
MARCH 13, 2014

When TripAdvisor Meets Healthcare: Presentation, Philipp Goos, Managing Director, Jameda

TripAdvisor-style sites are set to change the structure and behaviour of private healthcare provision. They are growing fast in the Nordic region, Germany and East Europe. German healthcare consumers say that such sites will have an 8.1 out of 10 impact on their choice of services by 2014. The largest is Jameda with 600,000 written reviews and traffic rising at over 60% year-on-year. Philipp looks at how these sites are changing behaviour and the implications this has for operators. Presented at the Healthcare Europa Annual Conference 2014, The Return of the Bull Market. [+]
MARCH 13, 2014

New Models in Homecare: Presentation, Ruth Poole, Commercial Director, Healthcare at Home

Presented at the Healthcare Europa Annual Conference 2013, New Models for Challenging Times. [+]
MARCH 15, 2013

Private Market Perspectives in Ukraine's Healthcare: Presentation, Michael Amsel, CEO, Lissod

Presented at the Healthcare Europa Annual Conference 2013, New Models for Challenging Times. [+]
MARCH 15, 2013

Russia - The Potential: Presentation, Khawar Mann, President, Medsi Group

Khawar Mann, President of Medsi Group discusses the potential in the Russian healthcare market. Presented at the Healthcare Europa Annual Conference 2013, New Models for Challenging Times. [+]
MARCH 15, 2013

Healthcare Europe - Keeping It Private: Beat Roethlisberger, CEO, Genolier Swiss Medical Network

Beat Roethlisberger, CEO of Genolier Swiss Medical Network discusses the private healthcare landscape in Switzerland. Presented at the Healthcare Europa Annual Conference 2013, New Models for Challenging Times. [+]
MARCH 15, 2013

New Models for Challenging Times: Presentation, Michael Henrichs, Managing Director, Credit Suisse

What are the prospects for investors over the next five years? And what do the numbers tell us about the sector’s recovery? Henrichs looks in-depth at recent valuations, M&A and financing activity. Presented at the Healthcare Europa Annual Conference 2013, New Models for Challenging Times. [+]
MARCH 15, 2013

Healthcare - Is it an Attractive Industry? Presentation, Vaclav Jirku, Investment Director, Penta Investments

No other private equity house has invested in such a broad range of healthcare service businesses than Penta. They include hospitals, labs, healthcare insurers, pharmacies and primary networks in the Czech Rep, Poland and Slovakia. Vaclav looks at the lessons learnt and the opportunities across the region. Presented at the Healthcare Europa Annual Conference 2013, New Models for Challenging Times. [+]
MARCH 15, 2013

The Medical Homecare Market: Presentation, Jonathan Guilford, Deputy Editor, Healthcare Europa

Jonathan Guilford, Deputy Editor at Healthcare Europa, presents his research on the medicalised homecare market across Europe. Presented at the Healthcare Europa Annual Conference 2013, New Models for Challenging Times. [+]
MARCH 15, 2013

North Africa and the Middle East - The Opportunity: Presentation, Prof Hend El Sherbini, CEO, Integrated Diagnostics Holding, Egypt

Prof El Sherbini heads up the largest diagnostics lab group in Egypt, a business which is already present in Jordan, Sudan and Saudi Arabia. She will look at the wider opportunity in the Middle East and Maghreb. Presented at the Healthcare Europa Annual Conference 2013, New Models for Challenging Times. [+]
MARCH 15, 2013

From Laboratory to Integrated Diagnostics: Presentation, Jorg Debatin, CEO, Amedes Group

Amedes is one of the largest German lab groups. Jörg will show why lab medicine should evolve into a new, all-encompassing diagnostic model, providing far more value than before. Presented at the Healthcare Europa Annual Conference 2013, New Models for Challenging Times. [+]
MARCH 15, 2013

Healthcare Reform - Opportunity or Threat? Presentation, Nicolaus Henke, Global Leader of the Healthcare Systems and Services Practice, McKinsey

Nicolaus has unrivaled access to, and experience of, European payors. He examines the reform trajectory and likely budget growth in different European countries and considers what impact this will have for private hospitals, outsourcers and specialist service providers. Presented at the Healthcare Europa Annual Conference 2013, New Models for Challenging Times. [+]
MARCH 15, 2013

Value Based Reimbursement in Sweden: Presentation, Per Batelson, Founder, Global Health Partner

Per looks at a new alternative to the DRG which is spreading internationally and the implication for private operators. Under the new system the operator is paid a fee for the entire process from diagnosis to rehabilitation and has to pay for complications in the first two years. He looks at how his business, an international chain of clinics has responded. Presented at the Healthcare Europa Annual Conference 2013, New Models for Challenging Times. [+]
MARCH 15, 2013

From B2B to B2C: Presentation, Filippo Monteleone, Deputy Chief Executive, Generale de Sante

Filippo looks at how Générale de Santé, France’s largest private hospital group, is moving from seeing the doctor as the customer to one where the customer is the patient. He looks at the implications for corporate culture, treatment, the organisation of services and marketing.Presented at the Healthcare Europa Annual Conference 2013, New Models for Challenging Times. [+]
MARCH 15, 2013