We have a pleasure to invite you to the exclusive Value-Based Health Care (VBHC) workshop: "Challenges related to the implementation of VBHC" with the participation of the world-famous expert prof. Dr. Fred van Eenennaam and Dr. Ilya Gipp.
During this interactive session we will discuss the most important elements of VBHC, including the five most important challenges related to the implementation of VBHC based on the theory and the most recent examples of the Harvard Business School Case. We will also raise the topic of how similar solutions, discussed at the workshop, can be implemented in Polish medical institutions. In the workshop will also participate Dr. Ilya Gipp from Phillips, who is an expert in integrated oncology solutions around the world. Before joining Philips in 2005, Ilya worked as a radiologist and later as head of Russia's largest radiology department at the Gazprom clinic in Moscow.
The workshop will be held on October 26 from 10.00 - 14.00 on the Zoom platform and will be conducted in English.
- PROGRAM -
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Theory Lecture: VBHC Implementation challenges, Prof. dr. Fred van Eenennaam, The Decision Institute
11:30 am - 11:45 am
11:45 am - 1:15 pm
Case Discussion: Martini Klinik, Prof. dr. Fred van Eenennaam, The Decision Institute
1:15 pm - 2:00 pm
Guest Speaker: Dr. Ilya Gipp, Sales Executive at Philips, Oncology Solutions Subject Matter Expert
2:00 - 2.15 pm
Prof. Dr. Fred van Eenennaam is the founder of the Value-Based Health Care Center Europe (VBHCE). He obtained a PhD in strategy at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and also works as an associate professor at many world universities, incl. Erasmus University, The George Washington University, St Gallen University, University of Monaco, Monte Carlo; CETYS Universidad and UPAEP, Mexico and Sanitas Bogota.
He is a member of the Microeconomic Competitiveness Initiative at Harvard Business School. He is also the chairman and co-founder of the European Chapter and the Global Impact Council of the MoC network, and the chairman of the Dutch Institute for Competitiveness.
The Decision Institute (TDI) founded by prof. Eenennaam is a pioneering business school. TDI has 21 years of experience in education in the health sector and has access to the most relevant and up-to-date knowledge, including through close cooperation with the best international business schools, VBHC initiatives and universities. Over 28,500 participants have already taken part in training in the area of health education offered by TDI.
Ilya Gipp, PhD is an expert on topics (SME) at Royal Philips. He has a PhD in diagnostic imaging and a PhD in neuroradiology and represents integrated oncology solutions around the world. Previously, he was the Director of Oncology Sales in North America and was responsible for products and solutions in the field of oncological therapy and radiotherapy. Before joining Philips in 2005, Ilya Gripp worked as a radiologist and later as head of the largest Russian radiology department at the Gazprom clinic in Moscow. He led the Radiology Department to switch to filmfree work and organized the first full-size PACS system.