Hotopf, Max


Payors & Providers – Strengthening ties

Bupa, Cigna and Axa all have very different approaches to healthcare delivery. Yes, all three are moving strongly towards owning the diagnostic first mile of the patient journey. But Bupa has developed a model with a lot of vertical integration, owning assets as varied as dentistry, hospitals and outpatient, Axa has bought some assets where […]

Digital Transformation 1: More at home

A trend accelerated by the pandemic, this session explores how digital enables new models of home care to be adopted by hospitals, elderly care, primary care and chronic disease management. We will explore how digital has transformed the market and explore the impact on investors and payors and what challenges still remain for widespread adoption. […]

International Hospital Chains: Sector Analysis

Day surgery combined with digital health and far more sophisticated homecare will force this conservative sector to change. How can hospitals build stronger lifetime relationships with patients? How far are they deploying value health and successfully cutting costs? And how do you best manage all this change? Confirmed speakers include: Ronnie van der Merwe, Mediclinic […]

New Business Models for University Hospitals

University hospitals are powerhouses of medical research, the engines turning out new doctors and the places where complex diseases are treated in our societies. But what are the issues that CEOs and management teams face as they wrestle with these often-conflicting goals and the need to stay in the black financially? This panel discussion, partly […]

The power of big platforms

What are the advantages of building large international platforms in health care services? What are the synergies between different lines of business? Because of their size can big platforms achieve extra efficiencies in the rollout of digital health and AI? Confirmed speakers include: Sophie Boissard, Korian  Inaki Ereno, Bupa   francesco De Meo, Fresenius Helios […]

Regulatory and Political Risk

What has happened to regulatory and political risk in a Post-Covid world? In a detailed presentation, MWE sets out the main levels of risk in the main health care markets in EMEA and gives its analysis of how these risks are likely to develop over the next three years. This will be followed by a […]

Investing in Europe and the Middle East

What do investors think about key sectors and valuations in Europe and the Middle East? How has the pandemic changed their strategy? How will digital health change valuations and plans? Confirmed speakers include: Pascal Keutgens, CPPIB Martin Henrichs, UBS Phil Robinson, CVC Youssef Haidar, Nexus Gulf Chaired by: Max Hotopf, HBI

Investing in Health Care Services: 2021 Outlook

Six months ahead of HBI 2021, September 20-23, in London, we bring together a panel of experts to share their predictions for the sectors investing landscape in 2021, a year after the pandemic took hold in Europe. How much has the outlook for the sector changed in the first quarter of 2021? Which sub-sectors sidelined […]

How will digital impact on health care delivery and reshape health care ecosystems?

A conversation with Chinta Bhagat, Managing Partner, L Catterton Few are as well qualified as Chinta to speak on this topic. While at L Catterton, the largest global consumer focused private equity firm, he has spent time studying the acceleration of trends in digital health, using his two decades of experience in health care services. […]

State of the Region : The UK

As ever, Brexit uncertainty unnerves investors, particularly in the UK care sector. Meanwhile the London hospital market has been depressed as Arab states make other arrangements. Ireland could also be hit badly by Brexit. But there are a vast range of innovative models bubbling under in what remains Europe’s largest for-profit market for the investor. […]

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