Yossi Bahagon M.D., Calit Health Services
Dr Yossi Bahagon founded is the founder and Directorand serves as the head of Clalit Health Services (CHS)
e-Health wingwing. CHS is the largest HMO in Israel and second largest coordinated care organiszation world-wide. CHS e-Health wing leads next- generation, digitally-based, patient-centered care services, focusing on deepening patient involvement in managing health through interactive tools personaliszed to match the individual’s needs. Dr. Bahagon is a clinically active Family Physician with 10 year leadership experience as an entrepreneur in the fields of Clinical Informatics, e-health, Tele-Medicine, and Health Information Sciences.
Dr. Bahagon also serves as a lecturerg in the fields of e-Health, Evidence-Based Medicine and Medical Informatics at the Hebrew University Hadassah and the Ben-Gurion Medical Schools. Prior to his current position, Dr. Bahagon served as the Medical Director of the Israeli Clinical Information Center, and as a consultant to CEOs positions in the Venture Capital, Bio-Medical and Pharmaceutical industries.
Dr Volker Cornelius, VBI – Verband Beratender Ingenieure
Dr Volker Cornelius, President, VBI – Verband Beratender Ingenieure, Berlin
Alberto de Rosa, Ribera Salud Group
Since May 2007 Alberto de Rosa is has been General Manager of Ribera Salud Group. He started working in the Health health Sector sector in 1990 and has held from this time on he held responsibleexecutive positions in diverse companiesvarious companies, since (1998-2007: Chief Executive at Hospital de La Ribera, 1996-1998: Chief Executive at Quirón Clinic Valencia, Quirón Hospital Group, 1995-1996: Codehh. Health Consulting Group, 1990-1995: Chief Executive of Virgen del Consuelo Hospital, Valencia al Mar Hospital and 9 de Octubre Hospital, Nisa Health Services Group). 1986 Alberto de Rosa started his professional career as an assistant Auditor auditor assistant atwith Arthur Andersen, where he spent one year and then switchedbefore switching to Mapfre, where he was taking over the position of CFO forFinancial Director for three more years. Mr. de Roas holds a dDegree in Economics and Business Administration (University of Valencia. 1980-1985), a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (Esade, Barcelona, 1985-1987) as well as a Master’s Degree in Health Management (Arthur Andersen, 2000).
Dr. Paul Garassus, UEHP- European Union of Private Hospitals / Société Française d’Economie de Santé
Paul Garassus, MD is President of the Scientific Council of BAQIMEHP (Bureau de l’Assurance Qualité et de l’Information Médico-Economique de l’Hospitalisation Privée, 82 Rue de Monceau F- 75008 Paris). BAQIMEHP is a structure of professional formation and analysis for the private sector of French hospitalisation concerning more specifically DRGs, quality in health care and cost studies for inpatients. As Vice President of the French Health Economics Society (SFES), he organises meetings on innovation and management. Often invited to talks in Europe, his topics concern investments and economics aspects induced by the recent financial crisis. He works with UEHP (Private Hospital European Union) on social and economic reforms in EU 27, concerning health care sector and hospitals.
Paolo Giordano, UEHP- European Union of Private Hospitals
Paolo Giordano, Secretary General, UEHP- European Union of Private Hospitals, Brussels
Prof. Alessandro Giustini, European Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, Rehabilitation Hospital S.Pancrazio
Alessandro Giustini is Consultant Professor in PM&R at Florence University from 1988 until now. After different clinical responsibilities in public and private Rehabilitation Centres, since 2008 until now he is Scientific Director of San Pancrazio Rehabilitation Hospital –KOS Group – in Arco (Trento) and Scientific Consultant in Rehabilitation Agazzi Center in Arezzo. He is Italy’s representative since 1995 for the Discipline of Physiatry in the European Union of Medical Specialists at Brussels, President of European PRM Society (years 2007-2011) and President of the European Venice 2010 Congress. He is active member of some international Scientific Societies in the field of rehabilitation, including the American Academy of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine and the International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine. He is member of World Federation of Neuro-Rehabilitation. He is one of member-founder, into Mediterranean Forum of PRM, of Euro-Mediterranean PRM Summer School of Siracusa (Sicily) in 2005 for the promotion of PRM education in this area. Before General Secretary of the Professional Labour Union of Physiatrists until 2002, he was elected President of the Italian Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine for a three-year term until 2005. He also was President of Italian Neuro-Rehabilitation Society for years 2007/2009, he is member of European Federation for Research in Rehabilitation.
Dr Adheet Gogate, HealthBridge Advisors Pvt. Ltd
Since founding HealthBridge Advisors in 2009, Adheet has worked as a consultant to the management of over twenty hospitals and trust funds as well as profit investors and charity donors in the healthcare delivery and hospital sector across India, the Middle East and Africa. As Managing Director of HealthBridge, Adheet manages all corporate client and knowledge gathering tools and directs our client strategy, performance improvement and technology efforts. Prior to founding HealthBridge, Adheet was with McKinsey & Company for nearly six years. There, he advised “Fortune 500” multinationals, governments, global educational institutions, leading hospitals and healthcare investors in India, the Middle East, South-east Asia, the USA and the UK. Adheet earned his Medical Degree (MBBS) at the University of Mumbai and practiced as a government physician for one year. He holds a Master’s Degree in Public Health from Harvard University. He is a Harvard Medical School fellow (Hospital Management) and received extensive training in Lean & Supply Chain Management from Toyota, Japan.
Dr Willy Oggier, Gesundheitsökonomische Beratungen AG
Dr Willy Oggier, Managing Partner, Gesundheitsökonomische Beratungen AG, Küsnacht
Friedrich Prem, Generaldirektion der Unternehmung Wiener Krankenanstaltenverbund
Friedrich Prem, Director Geschäftsbereich Technik, Board of Directors of Unternehmung Wiener Krankenanstaltenverbund, Wien
Prof. Dr h.c. Herbert Rebscher, DAK-Gesundheit
Prof. Dr h.c. Herbert Rebscher, Chairman of the Board, DAK-Gesundheit, Hamburg
Drs. Henny van Laarhoven, Orbis Medical Park
Henny van Laarhoven is Managing director Orbis Medical Park. In 1999 the government gave three hospitals the permission to build a new hospital but with an extra task. They should be highly innovative and creative in terms of the efficacy, efficiency and effectiveness of the development and design processes and their outcomes. In practice Orbis was the only one of the three 21st century hospital projects to stay the course. The first five years she was involved as director of the hospital, since 2004 she was appointed as project director of the new building project of Orbis Medical Centre (OMC). From june 2009 until the end of 2010 she was director of the supporting departments (ICT, Facilities, Administration and Property management). She implemented the Shared Service Concept in order to be able to facilitate further cooperations with other hospitals and private partners. Guiding the Orbis Homecare organisation into a Joint Venture with a commercial partner, including the implementation of total new business software she just finished.
Dr Wolfram von Pannwitz, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Dr Wolfram von Pannwitz, Department Head Strategische Unternehmensentwicklung, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Ralf Wagner, Vivantes Netzwerk für Gesundheit GmbH
Since 2010, Ralf Wagner has been Assistant Director of Nursing and Care Management at Vivantes and is responsible for 9 hospitals with appr. 5.200 beds in Berlin. Furthermore, he has been Director of Nursing of Vivantes Region Nord since 2003, including Vivantes Klinikum Spandau (570 beds) and Vivantes Humboldt-Klinikum (657 beds) in Berlin. From 1988 to 2003, Ralf was Deputy Director of Health Care and Nursing Services at Klinikum Fichtelgebirge in Marktredwitz. He earned two degrees from part-time study courses at the University of Applied Sciences in Osnabrück (“Care and Health Management”, Bachelor in Business Administration). In 2003, Ralf Wagner became a founding member of Deutsche Gesellschaft für intergrierte Versorgung – DGIV. Since 1987 he has been a member of Deutscher Berufsverband für Krankenpflege – DBfK).