Towards a future proof healthcare economy

28 May 2018 - Published by Hans Ryckebusch
How can we maintain the quality and affordability of tomorrow’s care? And what’s the importance of integrated business models with healthcare institutions and companies? On November 29, you can learn about the solutions that the partners of the SHINE project have in mind.

Shared value creation through integrated business models

Congress | Concertgebouw Brugge | 29 November 2018


Timing -Topic -Speaker
09h00   Welcome   Inge Taillieu, Co-ordinator Healthcare Economy, POM West Flanders


  A customer oriented approach and the value of the network   Prof.Dr. Bas Bloem, Departement of Neurology, Radboud University Nijmegen and Directeur ParkinsonNet


  Symbiosis between profit and healthcare, mutual interests and influences   Lieven Danneels, CEO, Televic


  Innovation through shared value and the impact on healthcare   Sebastien Mazzuri, Director, Global Health Projects, FSG




  Breakout 1Health & Innovation: The importance of tailor-made programs for innovative healthcare entrepreneurs   Dr. Hanneke Molema, Senior Consultant, TNO
    Breakout 2Health & Business Models: A new collaboration between companies and healthcare organisations   Prof. Dr. Johan Bruneel, Associate Professor Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, KU Leuven Kulak
    Breakout 3Health & Internationalisation: Challenges in internationalisation for companies in the healthcare economy   Frances Hines, R&D Manager, NHS Highlands


  Lunch and networking. Visit to the mini-fair & meeting new partners through the event app.    


  Breakout 4Health & Technology: Health House – the technology for tomorrow's healthcare   Isabelle Francois, Managing Director, Health House
    Breakout 5Health & Collaboration: Organisations sign contracts, people work together   Prof. Piet Verhoeve, CEO Hangar K and Dr. M. Claire Van de Velde, communicate2connect
    Breakout 6Regional Policy & Smart Specialisation: A smart specialisation and the added value for companies and healthcare organisations

  Prof. Dr. Nick N.A. Guldemond, Integrated Care & Technology, Erasmus University Rotterdam
14h30   Break    


  Shared value creation through integrated business models   Dr. Hanneke Molema, TNO – Prof. Dr. Johan Bruneel, KU Leuven Kulak – Frances Hines, NHS Highlands
    A business model of an integrated approach to regional health promotion and optimised healthcare

  Dr. Helmut Hildebrandt, Kinzigtal and Hamburg
    Healthcare excellence through entrepreneurship and innovation   Prof. Dr. ir. Koen Debackere, Executive Director R&D, KU Leuven
16h15   Closing   Dr. Carine Boonen, Co-ordinator, Flanders’ Care
16h30   Networking