Healthcare Shapers interviews with some of our partners
The network of the Healthcare Shapers spans a wide range of partners with deep and profound expertise in healthcare — just as wide as the entire healthcare ecosystem. Aiming to portrait this breadth, we started a series of interviews. All in German language.
Christian Milaster, an expert on telemedicine who worked for 17 years in the US, some of those at the Mayo Clinic, speaks about digitization and compares healthcare in the US and in Germany. https://vimeo.com/168482847
Ralf Jahns talks about apps and mobile health and explains why pharma companies or payor organizations are not best positioned to publish apps. https://vimeo.com/170158148
Ulrich Schwanke, a medical doctor by training was involved in creating the first internet-based physician network back in 1998. https://vimeo.com/169821207
Dr. Michael Gerards, a true expert on innovation processes, has co-founded a company dealing with virtual reality. Learn from him about visual reality applications in healthcare https://vimeo.com/170261697
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CAPITAL nominated Hidden Champions of Consulting
The entry barriers into this competition are high and so we are very proud that CAPITAL, one of the leading German business magazines, nominated INFRONT CONSULTING as a hidden champion in consulting in the category of digitalization.
469 managers were asked who are the best consultants. In order to qualify as a hidden champion, the reputation of a consultant needed to be higher than that of McKinsey, BCG or Roland Berger.
Joerg Heydecke one of the founders and a member of the Healthcare Shapers is a creative analyst and entrepreneurially minded businessman. INFRONT and the Healthcare Shapers have developed an approach that identifies the opportunities of digitalization in healthcare.
Contact Joerg to find out more: email@example.com
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Going Live: Implementation of Disclosure Code
The countdown is running. Pharmaceutical companies in Germany are now implementing the EFPIA (European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Association’s) voluntary code on disclosure of transfer of value. The disclosure code is an answer to the general trend towards greater transparency that has swept across public and corporate life. Role model for the code is the US Sunshine Act.
In January companies have started the collection of all information on payments to individual physicians and are going to publish the data from 2016 onwards. More information on implementation of Disclosure Code can be found at www.pharma-transparenz.de.
Companies are now working on implementing systems and cross-national processes to collect the data completely without any duplication. This is a complex process with the challenge of ensuring the disclosure of the accurate data, since thousands of transactions have to be monitored and consolidated, also on multinational level.
Our Healthcare Shapers member Angela Schremmer has developed a software to support companies in implementing the Disclosure Code. See more on her video.
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Healthcare Shapers support world’s largest mHealth research
Our network member Ralf Jahns is now for the 5th time conducting the world’s largest mHealth research program. Ralf and his market research company research2guidance are this year collaborating with the mHealth Summit in Riga.
The study will be focused on the mHealth app market, how apps generate revenue, how behaviour could be changed by apps, use of APIs and sensors and many other related topics. This year’s report will also explore the market readiness of key European countries.
Take part in the survey and win one of five free entry tickets to the mHealth Summit in Riga. You will also receive a free copy of the mHealth App Developer Economics 2015 report and you can see initial results after completing the survey.
Here is your link to the survey.
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