HBI talks to Louis Shakinovsky, chairman of Global Dental Services (Clove), about how he and colleagues managed to build the business from nothing in 2011 into India’s largest dental practice with 315 clinics.
HBI talks to Dr Helmut Schuehsler, chairman and CEO at TVM Capital Healthcare Partners, Dubai and Singapore, about the group’s prospective exit from its current healthcare assets, its hunt for new investments, and the MENA market more specifically.
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.
We speak to Hoda Abou-Jamra, the driving force behind the establishment of investors TVM in MENA and current group CEO of Bourn Hall International, a chain of fertility clinics currently in UAE and Delhi. It has an affiliate in Cambridge, UK.
Brazil's fate has been sealed for the next four years, though president-elect Bolsonaro has yet to appoint a health minister. In anticipation of who might fill the role, we ask Wilson Olivieri, former CFO of Brazilian insurer Qualicorp, what the government could do for private healthcare.
We talk to the COO of Dubai's first university hospital which is being launched by Saudi group Fakeeh Care. Fatih Mehmet Gul discusses what his company's first UAE foray will specialise in, where the national market is heading and how soon the whole population will have mandatory health coverage.
In 2014 the Indonesian government pledged to introduce universal health coverage to the world's fourth most populous country. Healthcare Nova speaks to the CEO of healthcare focused tech company Indonesia Philips, Suryo Suwignjo, about how healthcare companies can see opportunity where others see impossibility, and how UHC is facilitating the growth of the private market.