PRLog - March 22, 2012 - BARCELONA, Spain -- Recent years have seen the health sector facing mounting challenges: budgetary pressures, rising patient expectations and short-focused political involvement. With changes in who the decision makers are, the fact that physicians no longer control prescriptions, and with regulatory agencies and health authorities taking greater control, hospitals are sometimes seen as fulfilling a facilitator role. This shift in decision makers has been accompanied by rapid developments in technology that are likely to be outdated within a few years. This has meant that innovation has to be managed in a context of high uncertainty and risk. In other words, innovations need to fit in the context where they can be used.
The program Challenges in the European Healthcare Market: Winning Through Innovation is designed to provide ideas and tools to better respond to the opportunities arising in this sector and to build on the sector’s innovative strengths.
You will review frameworks that improve how you manage the interface between the industry and the health sector, learn from best practices and identify opportunities for learning between different health-related technologies:
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Lecturer Magda Rosenmöller and Josep Mª Piqué, CEO Hospital Clinic Barcelona, introduce the program and explain the key benefits:
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Short Focused Programs are designed to offer managers new insights in the most relevant business topics and provide an immediate impact on both personal development and company performance.