Agenda

  • 2.30pm

    Registration commences


    3pm-3.30pm

    Welcome and introductions

    Katharina Janus, Professor of Healthcare Management and Director of the Center for Healthcare Management, Germany, and Columbia University, New York, USA; President of ENJOY STRATEGY, Hamburg, Germany


    3.30pm-4.30pm

    Keynote Panel: Global health policy and reimbursement issues – insights into system level coverage challenges and opportunities

    Moderated by Katharina Janus

    • The gap between a country’s economic strength and reimbursement regulation – how to kill innovation “softly” or will there be opportunities for growth?
    • The quality and quantity of evidence – what has relevance and how can advanced analytics show added value?
    • Value-based pricing – how different countries will move from volume to value strategies
    • Developing a value story for various markets – will evidence create trust and reshape image? Is there generic evidence for multiple markets or does one approach just not fit all? Towards an evidence toolbox for market access
    • How to build an ecosystem that supports change and innovation globally from a technical, organizational and financial perspective

     

    Distinguished speakers:

    • Peter Fleischut, Chief Innovation Officer & Chief Medical Operating Officer at Presbyterian Hospital, New York, USA
    • Peter Homberg, Partner at Dentons Europe LLP, Frankfurt, Germany
    • Arthur Klein, President of The Mount Sinai Health Network, New York, USA
    • Elisabeth Chaillet-Leforestier, Professor at Misum/Mistra Research Center, Stockholm School of Economics, Stockholm, Sweden
    • Etienne Minvielle, Professor of Management and Director of Management in Organizations, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Santé Publique (EHESP), Paris, France

    4.30pm-5pm

    Café en terasse


    5pm-5.30pm

    Keynote: Expert perspectives on global economics and the impact on market access and foreign direct investments in Europe

    Burkhard Keese, CFO, Allianz Germany, Munich, Germany


    5.30pm-6.30pm

    Keynote Panel: Strategic investment in tactical times – will innovation suffer?

    Moderated by Katharina Janus

    • Macro perspectives on capital investments
    • Great ideas will prevail – the global future will be brighter than the media makes us believe
    • “Moody markets” – what’s the impact on healthcare?
    • Private equity investment in the US healthcare system and where the rubber hits the road

     

    Distinguished speakers:

    • Burkhard Keese, CFO, Allianz Germany, Munich, Germany
    • Angelo Moesslang, former CFO, Fresenius Medical Care North America, Waltham, USA
    • Brent Stackhouse, Vice President, Mount Sinai Health System, New York, USA

     

    Followed by “cocktail dînatoire” at the venue and brainteaser keynote chats

    Moderated by Katharina Janus, Professor of Healthcare Management and Director of the Center for Healthcare Management, Germany, and Columbia University, New York, USA; President of ENJOY STRATEGY, Hamburg, Germany

    Cocktails sponsored by the Department of Health Policy & Management, Columbia University, New York, USA

    Dinner sponsored by Prof. Dr. Janus’ consulting group – ENJOY STRATEGY

  • 8.30am – 9am

    Keynote: Access to health care innovation – challenges and opportunities from multiple perspectives

    Peter Fleischut, Chief Innovation Officer & Chief Medical Operating Officer at Presbyterian Hospital, New York, USA


    9am – 10am

    Keynote Panel: Market access considerations from multiple stakeholder perspectives

    Moderated by Katharina Janus

    • Regulatory red flags – the European medical device regulation
    • Considering hospital procurement strategies and sustainability aspects
    • Embedding technologies in the larger market and service context – moving from products to solutions
    • If access is the omnipotent issue – Is digital health the only way to improve health?
    • The future vision of health – will big data facilitate connectivity and access?
    • The dilemma of breakthrough treatment effectiveness and the need for long-term product data as a basis for reimbursement decisions
    • How to balance the increasing need for evidence with respect to non-patent protected, low-margin products

     

    Distinguished speakers:

    • Peter Fleischut, Chief Innovation Officer & Chief Medical Operating Officer at Presbyterian Hospital, New York, USA
    • Carlos Jaime, Country General Manager Intersystems and President of Digital Health Commission Medicine, Paris, France
    • Walter Kopp, President of Medical Management Services, USA
    • Mark Lloyd Davies, Senior Director, Government Affairs & Policy, Medical Devices EMEA and Johnson & Johnson Western Markets Lead, Brussels, Belgium
    • Gabriela Soskuty, Senior Vice President Global Government Affairs & Market Access, B. Braun, Melsungen, Germany

    10am – 10.30am

    Break


    10.30am – 12pm

    Interactive Workshop and Panel Discussion: Developing a roadmap for market access in a particular country

    • Market assessment – Defining the framework for action
    • Product Analytics – Generating and merging existing and new evidence while acknowledging the complexity of today’s healthcare markets
    • Strategic planning – Designing a road map for market access
    • On-site implementation – Executing of a comprehensive market access plan

     

    The Center’s team led by Katharina Janus and Walter Kopp


    12pm – 1pm

    Keynote Panel: Strategic partnerships – moving to integrated solutions and flexing that muscle

    Moderated by Katharina Janus

    • Bundled products & payments – how to strategize and contract with partners
    • The governance challenge – how organizations respond to regulation
    • Rebranding your product & services – the product line retrofit
    • Collaborating for the future – overcoming silos through integration and contracting of players
    • Strategic partnerships require customized solutions – where the needs of markets and organizations meet
    • Carve-outs of customized devices and package pricing/offerings
    • Building a system beyond the system – carefree solutions for the customer of the future

     

    Distinguished speakers:

    • Cédric Arcos, General Director, French Hospital Federation, Paris, France
    • Burak Malatyali, Vice President – Strategic Alliances at Presbyterian Hospital, New York, USA
    • Nedal Shami, MD, Chief Strategy Officer, CityMD, New York, USA
    • Simeon Schwartz, CEO at Optum Practice Partners, Purchase, New York
    • Richard Amiraian, Director of the Primary Care Institute at the Mount Sinai Health System, New York, USA

    1pm – 2pm

    Networking lunch conversation: Projections for the elections in France and Germany


    2pm – 3pm

    Closing keynote panel: The impact of nationalism on market access and health policy – outlook, scenarios and global perspectives

    Moderated by Katharina Janus

    • Brexit,
    • Trump-it,
    • And the rest of the world…

     

    Distinguished speakers:

    • Cédric Arcos, General Director, French Hospital Federation, Paris, France
    • Mark Lloyd Davies, Senior Director, Government Affairs & Policy, Medical Devices EMEA and Johnson & Johnson Western Markets Lead, Brussels, Belgium
    • Michael Sparer, Professor and Chair, Department of Health Policy & Management, Columbia University, New York, USA

    3pm

    Adjourn