Wednesday June 21, 2023
The Shape of Things to Come
The health care sector is set to change dramatically over the next five years. Our panellists look at how and at what this means for anyone running a scale business in the sector.
We start with a presentation from Chinta Bhagat, partner at L Catterton which looks at the elision of wellness and health care services, the rise of the omnichannel, the move to outpatient and personalised medicine. He was previously head of global healthcare at Khazanah Nasional Berhad, where he was closely involved with IHH, the largest emerging markets private hospital group. He also spent 14 years at McKinsey & Company where he was a leader in the principal investor and healthcare practices and worked extensively with private equity and sovereign wealth funds to drive their healthcare investing agenda.
Chinta Bhagat, Managing Partner, Asia, L Catterton
Dr Jonathan Broomberg, CEO, Vitality Health International
Rob Walton, President & CEO, Europe, Middle East & Africa, GE HealthCare
Guy Blomfield, CEO & Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Affidea
Moderated by Max Hotopf, Founder and Chairman, HBI
Fleming - 3rd Floor
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