After a sector overview presentation, CEOs from several operators present case studies on a range of issues.
Private Acute Care - The Future ► Dr. Martin Henrichs, Managing Director, Head of Healthcare EMEA, UBS
Martin sets the scene, looking at the business case behind domestic and international consolidation, how payor mix is evolving and how business models are changing. He concludes with a look at the top acute care operators globally and asks who will dominate the sector in a decade.
Building a Pan-East European hospital chain ► Prof Attila Végh, Chairman and CEO, Penta Hospitals International
Penta plans to import best practice from across the world to triple sales at Penta international to over €1bn
Transforming Max Healthcare – Driving Organisational Change through Patient Focussed Initiatives ► Rajit Mehta, CEO, Max Healthcare Institute.
Systematically, over two years, Max has moved to understand what patients really want and has put in place programmes to ensure that it delivers this. Rajit goes over in detail a range of initiatives to research real needs and the steps Max has taken to ensure that staff are motivated to deliver this. Rajit, who has over 20 years experience in human resources in India and the USA, looks at how Max is modifying corporate culture as part of a programme that will see Max almost double bed numbers to 5,000.
How acute care is changing in Emerging Markets ► Nate McLemore, Managing Director, Colombia Pacific Management
With 2,500+ beds, 28 hospitals and 4 clinics across India, China, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam and Kenya, Colombia Pacific is one of the top chains in Asia operating under the brands Columbia Asia, Columbia China and Columbia Africa. Nate looks at how patient profile and demand is changing; at the mistakes operators commonly make in Emerging Markets and asks what private health care delivery will look like in 5-10 years time.