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Wednesday June 12, 2024

What is the winning model in occupational health?


European markets are experiencing significant labour shortages, a trend sharpened by all-time-high employee sickness rates. Employers are now increasingly relying on Occupational Health providers that promise lower employee absence days, better talent recruitment and higher workforce productivity. The growth drivers in these businesses combined low-regulation, predominantly B2B and stable revenue models makes it an attractive space for investors. This session explores how such services are impacting employee health and what the best model to win in the space is. How does integration with primary care, PMI and tech-enablement transform delivery and scale access?

Moderator and investment overview: Rainer Hepberger, Managing Director, Houlihan Lokey

Speakers:
Petri Bono, Chief Medical Officer, Terveystalo
Jack Latus, CEO, Latus Group
Alex Goldsmith, CEO, Medigold Health

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Rainer Hepberger
Rainer HepbergerManaging DirectorHoulihan Lokey
Petri Bono
Petri BonoChief Medical OfficerTerveystalo
Jack Latus
Jack LatusChief Executive OfficerLatus Group
Alex Goldsmith
Alex GoldsmithCEOMedigold Health

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Ophthalmology CxO and Investor Roundtable sponsored by Carl Zeiss Meditec


As high interest rates and inflation continue to put pressure on the margins of ophthalmology groups, the playbook, particularly for private equity-backed groups has changed. Buy and build opportunities will only go so far and instead, groups must focus on other value-generating activities, process standardisation and optimisation to grow their top line. The demographic tailwinds remain strong and the dawn of new therapeutics to treat Dry AMD means that there continue to be huge opportunities in the space. But challenges remain around full-reimbursement, new payment models and standardising care delivery.

Groups need to decide what services to offer mixed with the right commercial model. Do they have to offer a complete spectrum of services to be successful or can they pick and choose the activities with the best margin? How do they ensure that their models are sustainable and can deliver care for the medium to long term? An image and data-rich discipline, the sector has the perfect conditions for AI and other technologies to make a huge and meaningful impact on patient access and outcomes. What investments should be made in tech and what has the potential to make the biggest impact?

This CxO roundtable discussion is an opportunity for providers and investors to come together in a non-competitive environment and discuss what the new ophthalmology playbook should be. It is a chance to bounce ideas off of one another and explore what investments in technology and infrastructure are needed to ensure the sector’s longevity and sustainability.

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Franz-Robert Klingan, Senior Partner, Bain & Company
Darshak Shah, Founder and Non Executive Director, NewMedica
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This session is strictly limited by space and is by invitation only. You can apply for an invitation via this form.

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Join Craig Wills, CEO of Hi Mum! Said Dad (an L.E.K. company) and L.E.K.’s Katya Zubareva, Klaus Boehncke and Jacqueline Thompson for this breakfast at HBI 2024, sharing case studies into successful projects that followed this approach and demonstrating the concept, based on working with a leading fertility clinic.

Attendees will leave with a better understanding of the process and when and how to deploy design thinking. If you are developing new products and services, looking to enhance patient and clinician experience, solving complex challenges, or looking to drive change this breakfast is a must-attend.

We hope that you can join us for what is sure to be a lively and informative discussion – with complimentary breakfast!

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