3.00pm

Registration commences


3.30pm-6.30pm (rolling coffee break)

Pre-conference workshops (by invitation only)


6.30pm-8.30pm

Welcome reception

Let’s enjoy a beautiful Paris evening out in the garden of Reid Hall (weather permitting)

The department of health policy & management of Columbia University New York will invite us for drinks and the consulting network ENJOY STRATEGY will sponsor the flying buffet.

9.00am – 9.30am

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


9.30am – 10.00am

Welcome to Paris

Cédric Arcos, General Director, Ile-de-France Region, Paris, France


10.00am – 11.00am

Keynote Panel: What’s happening in France?

Moderated by Katharina Janus

Distinguished speakers:

  • Antoine Malone, Director, French Hospital Federation, Paris, France
  • Etienne Minvielle, Professor of Management and Director of Management in Organizations, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Santé Publique (EHESP), Paris, France
  • Carlos Jaime, Country General Manager Intersystems and President of Digital Health Commission Medicine, Paris, France

11.00am – 11.30am

Café en terrasse


11.30am – 1.30pm

Keynote panel and moderated roundtable workshop: The impact of policy reforms/ health system changes on behavioral aspects and resulting macroeconomic indicators such as mortality, medical inflation and beyond

Keynote panel (11.30am – 12.00pm)

Distinguished speakers:

  • Razvan Ionescu, Head of Longevity R&D Center SCOR Global Life Insurance, Paris France
  • Daria Ossipova-Kachakhidze, Head of Health and Longevity R&D SCOR Global Life Insurance, Paris, France
  • David Roye, Professor and Executive MD, New-York-Presbyterain Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital Columbia Cerebral Palsy Center, New York, USA

Roundtable discussion (12.00pm – 1.30pm)

  • Analysis: How are systems working and how do they arrive at decision-making?
    1. Shed light on political structures in order to better understand regulatory changes, in particular in the US, UK, and China
    2. Map decision-makers and their power relationships
  • Facts/cases: Discuss specific examples (The Netherlands, South Korea) and how similar developments could be forecasted in the future in the systems described and beyond
    1. What kind of variables/ indicators are relevant?
    2. How can they be organized as a framework for action?
  • Application: Extend the discussion to talk about “creative systems”: how to work hand in hand with policy makers
    1. How are interactions between industry and policy functioning?
    2. How could a dialogue facilitate and stabilize the relationship?
  • What trends/changes are on the horizon and in what way are risks affected?

1.30pm – 2.30pm

Lunch


2.30pm – 3.00pm

Roundtables reporting back


3.00pm-4.00pm

Keynote panel: Analyzing effective demand in different countries

  • Opportunities assessment and evaluation – “find a hole and fill it”
  • Are country-specific approaches scalable? How to create modular evidence for tailormade targeting in different countries
  • How to walk the fine line between customized and standardized business solutions?

4.00pm – 4.30pm

Café en terrasse


4.30pm – 6.00pm

Keynote Panel: 50 years of care management and clinical integration – Are we there yet?

  • The case of Kaiser Permanente: Why are we not better than we already are?
  • Is the increase in management workforce doing us any good?
  • Have we made any progress in different healthcare systems/countries?

Distinguished speakers:

  • Walter Kopp, President of Medical Management Services, USA
  • Ray Marsella, Vice President, Strategic Relations, Medimpact, San Diego, USA
  • Christian Molt, Management Board Member, ERGO Insurance, Düsseldorf, Germany
  • Axel Paeger, CEO AMEOS, Zurich, Switzerland
  • Chris Stenzel, VP business development and innovation at Kaiser Permanente, San Francisco, USA

9.00am – 11.00am

Keynote panel and moderated roundtable workshop: Employee engagement strategies as digital health and artificial intelligence become an integral part of business

Keynote panel (9.00am – 9.30am)

  • Daniel Bahr, Management Board Member ALLIANZ private health insurance, Munich, Germany
  • Paula Morgan, Founder Morgan Consulting Resources Inc., San Francisco, USA
  • Chris Stenzel, VP business development and innovation at Kaiser Permanente, San Francisco, USA
  • Alexander Vogel, Head of central distribution ALLIANZ private health insurance, Munich, Germany

Roundtable discussion (9.30am – 11.00am)

  • Analysis: How are organizations experiencing challenges to engage their workforce when implementation health information technology, artificial intelligence applications and the like?
    1. Shed light on various stakeholder perspectives
    2. Evaluate country-specific differences
  • Facts/cases: Discuss specific examples and how strategies could be developed to address employee reaction to change caused by information technology
    1. How to reduce fear
    2. How to leverage interest and enthusiasm
    3. How to facilitate engagement of the entire workforce
  • Application: Extend the discussion to talk about operational steps – how to work hand in hand with champions
  • What trends/changes are on the horizon and in what way will employee engagement be affected?

11.00am – 11.30am

Café en terrasse


11.30am – 12.00pm

Roundtables reporting back


12.00pm – 1.30pm

Keynote Panel: International panel on cultural trends in business decision-making

  • How can a company benefit from existing product knowledge while taking cultural differences into account?
  • Will professional cultures or politics rule?
  • What is the impact on compliance, patient care, and outcomes?

Distinguished speakers:

  • Mark Lloyd Davies, Senior Director, Government Affairs & Policy, Medical Devices EMEA and Johnson & Johnson Western Markets Lead, Brussels, Belgium
  • Peter Homberg, Partner at Dentons Europe LLP, Frankfurt, Germany

1.30pm – 2.30pm

Lunch


2.30pm – 3.30pm

Keynote panel: Profiles of healthcare systems in different countries and how to work with (and for) them

Moderated by Katharina Janus

  • Analysis of incentives and risks for providers
  • Why social determinants are not a hot issue in Europe
  • Beyond country borders: what are new system categories and characteristics?

Distinguished speakers:

  • Walter Kopp, President of Medical Management Services, USA
  • Federico Lega, Professor, University of Milan, Italy

3.30pm – 4.30pm

Wrap-up and closing

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


4.30pm

Adjourn