You are invited to an exciting INSEAD Swiss Healthcare Club evening conference in Lausanne on June 28, 2018.
Value-based Healthcare: a fad or miracle cure for systems globally?
June 28, 2018
It is just over a decade since Professor Porter and Professor Teisberg introduced the idea of Value-Base Healthcare (VBHC) in their book Redefining Healthcare. The aim of VBHC is to maximize value for patients, which is defined as “outcomes that matter to patients” divided by “total cost to deliver care”. VBHC aspires to be the strategy that will fix health care globally. In the meantime, many healthcare providers, payers & insurers, pharma and medtech sectors, with varying degrees of urgency and priority, have embarked on the journey to operationalize the VBHC principles, from re-organizing care around the patient and his disease, to systematic outcome and cost measurement, or bundled payments. Where are we 10 years later?
Delegate of the Board, AEVIS VICTORIA SA & Swiss Medical Network
AEVIS VICTORIA SA is an investment company specialised in services to people. Its main participation is Swiss Medical Network SA, the second-largest network of private hospitals in Switzerland, which Antoine Hubert founded in 2004. With its 16 medical facilities, Swiss Medical Network offers first-class hospital care to patients from Switzerland and abroad. Prior to developing Swiss Medical Network, Antoine was mainly active in the property and real estate industry and has set up businesses and served as a director to several companies in various industries.
Hans Middelhoven, PhD
Head of Innovative Pricing, Global Pricing and Market Access, F. Hoffmann – La Roche
Hans Middelhoven joined Roche early 2005 from The Lewin Group where he was a senior project manager in the field of pricing & market access. Since joining Roche, Hans has held various operational and strategic roles with increasing responsibility, both at local and global level. Today, Hans is Head of Innovative Pricing within the Global Pricing & Market Access department. Among the projects his group is leading are Personalised Reimbursement Models (PRM) and AccessLABs. More recently he co-initiated a project called Value-Based Health Care at Roche. He holds a PhD in Immunology from University of Amsterdam, and an MSc in Biotechnology from University of Groningen.
Rob Ten Hoedt
Executive Vice President and President, Medtronic EMEA
Since 2009, Rob has held the role of Senior Vice President and President, Medtronic EMEA & Canada. He started his career in Medtronic in 1991. With over 25 years of experience in the medical device business, Rob has a wealth of experience in sales, sales management, marketing and general management. Rob holds a degree in Commercial Economy from the H.E.A.O. and a Masters in Marketing from the NIMA Business School in the Netherlands.
When: Thursday June 28, 2017 18:00
Where: Hotel Alpha-Palmiers, Petit-Chêne 34, 1003 Lausanne, Switzerland
Tickets: CHF 65 INSEAD Swiss NAA Members (paid up)// CHF 95 INSEAD Alumni Non-members & Guests
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18:00 Welcome & Registration
18.30 Panel discussion
20:00 Apéro Riche
INSEAD Alumni Association Switzerland
Aleksandar Ruzicic, MBA’97J Healthcare Club President
Dr. Laurent Tchang, MBA’14D Event Chair
Laurent-Dominique Piveteau, MBA’01D, Healthcare Club Vice President