Nursing home giant Orpea turns 30 this year, and has a portfolio of 854 facilities and 86,757 beds across 13 different countries. We talk markets and strategy with Steve Grobet, head of Orpea's investor relations.
Estonia is the only country in the world today which claims 95% of its healthcare data is digitalised. HBI talks to the Estonian politician turned CMO of one of Europe's largest blockchain companies about its push into healthcare, and where he sees the technology going next.
After a long career at radiotherapy supplier Varian where he ended as Vice President, Global Market Development, Michael has set up his own consultancy to advise governments, international agencies and the private sector on the development of radiation therapy services in general and the best business models. HBI asks him where the opportunities are and what they look like.
Elderly care providers in the UK have a tough market to navigate. While the sector awaits a government Green Paper consultation document this autumn, we interview the owner of mid-market player Gold Care Homes, Ravi Gidar, on what his plans are going forward.
Healthcare Europa speaks to Jean-Claude Dubacher, vice president surgical vision, EMEA, Johnson & Johnson, about the European ophthalmology market. Healthcare Europa (HE): Tell us about the work J&J does in healthcare services. Jean-Claude Dubacher (JD): We’re very active in cataract surgery and laser vision correction, and recently, dry eye treatment. Eye health is a big […]
Healthcare Europa talks to Gyorgy Leitner, president of the Private Healthcare Association of Hungary (Primus), which is composed of the dozen largest operators in the country's small but fast-growing private healthcare sector. We discuss acute care in Hungary, and find out more about the market and climate for M&A.
Healthcare Europa speaks to Giuseppe Recchi, CEO of pan-European advanced diagnostic imaging specialist Affidea, to find out about the company’s foray into outpatient care, the state of AI, and plans for the future.