After a sector overview presentation, CEOs from several operators present case studies on a range of issues.
Care of the Elderly - The Last 15 Years ► Sophie Boissard, CEO, Korian
Korian is Euope's largest care home group. Here Sophie looks at how care of the elderly is changing and what this means in practice from domiciliary care to nursing homes; ehealth apps to payor landscape. How will large care home groups move from meeting needs in the last 18 months to those of the last 15 years?
Building Homecare in India ► K Ganesh, Chairman, Portea Medical
Portea has mushroomed from nothing to 5,000 employees in three years to become the biggest homecare group in India. Whilst 65% of patients are elderly, Portea now seeks to meet all the non-acute needs of a typical family including primary care, diagnostics and chronic disease. Ganesh looks at the Indian elderly and homecare markets and how they can be segmented. Portea has 200 staff working on digital health solutions and he goes on to lift the lid on the group's offerings from remote consultations to e-monitoring and even predictive healthcare.
Building an East-West business in live-in care ► Lukasz Pucilowski, CEO, Promedica
Well over 1 million Eastern Europeans provide domiciliary care for the elderly and unwell in Western Europe, often on an informal basis. Lukasz looks at this market and at how Promedica has build revenues of over €100m through networks of franchisees and recruitment offices providing live-in help. Promedica has built its company by legalising a segment of the cash market thus becoming a preferred provider of live-in services for clients in Western Europe and care givers in Central Europe.