HBI 2023

Healthcare Operators

Hundreds of healthcare operators have signed up to attend HBI 2023 in person this June, where we’ll be reuniting the entire industry across 3 days.

Discover why you should join them below…

Reasons to attend HBI

Meet with investors and acquisitive operators

who can take your business to the next level and help you meet your growth ambitions through partnership and collaboration.

Optimise your business growth strategy

through insights and conversations with your peers who have shared experiences and unique stories to tell.

Save time by meeting with hundreds of leading operator CEOs and investors

under one roof over 3 days to set you up for long term success.

Learn the latest intel on what does and doesn’t work in digital and AI

investment through case studies and anecdotes from pioneering elite who will transform the industry in the next 10 years.

Hear stories, case studies and data points to help seize the opportunity

stay ahead of the curve and keep up to date on the current investment landscape.

Keep informed of regulatory and policy changes

that can impact how your business is run through insightful discussions with your peers.

Uncover territories, sectors and global big picture themes

and opportunities via relevant workshops and practical sessions which will help you develop and de-risk your growth strategy.

Meet other operators who are leading the charge with new digital and technology solutions

and identify top talent set to make waves in the next 3-5 years.

Highlight sessions

Monday 19 June

Monday June 19, 2023

11:30 amPlenary

Keynote: What is possible today?

Presentation from CXO of one of the world’s most advanced health care systems on the implementation of personalised healthcare/population health management platforms. What is possible today, what will be possible tomorrow?

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Monday June 19, 2023

2:00 pmPlenary

Keynote: Implementing personalised medicine in a university hospital setting

Personalised medicine calls for a close partnership between university hospitals and their twinned research institutes. How do you organise this and what are the main barriers to the implementation of large scale genetics platforms?

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Monday June 19, 2023

3:20 pmPlenary

Keynote: Deeper partnering

Building these new platforms calls for multi-decade programmes and much deeper and more intricate partnerships between university hospitals and research centres and industry. In this keynote we explore what these partnerships should look like.

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Monday June 19, 2023

5:00 pmPartnership

Partnering with start-ups and creating innovative cultures

Innovation often dies in health care, sometimes buried under a mound of pilots. Here we look at how university hospitals and other organisations are creating innovation cultures and at how larger organisations can best work with start-ups.

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Tuesday 20 June

Tuesday June 20, 2023

9:00 amInvestment M&A

The 2023 Healthcare M&A Landscape

Will M&A in health care come to a standstill or will mountains of dry powder see it power through? What will be the impact as inflation soars to its highest levels since the early 1980s and we face recession and a workforce crisis.

Hedley Goldberg, Partner, Rothschild & Co

Hedley Goldberg
Hedley GoldbergPartnerRothschild & Co
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Tuesday June 20, 2023

11:30 amInvestment M&A

Healthcare Regulation 2023 and beyond

This remains the number one issue for health care investors and operators in most countries. Here we look in detail at what risks there are in different countries and sectors. What, if anything, can the sector do to allay them?

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Tuesday June 20, 2023

12:30 pmDigital Transformation

Building the best business models for digital

Finding the business model that best leverages digital and technology is tough. Healthcare is littered with mistakes and failed attempts at innovation and transformation. Often this is due to a misunderstanding of where value is really created. This session looks at mistakes that have been made and how providers from large to small can see success in their transformation strategies.

Speakers include:

Joe Stringer, Partner, Octopus Ventures

Thomas Hagemaijer, Healthcare Lead, TLGG

Joe Stringer
Joe StringerPartnerOctopus Ventures
Thomas Hagemeijer
Thomas HagemeijerHealthcare LeadTLGG
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Tuesday June 20, 2023

4:15 pmInnovation

How to succeed at corporate venture capital

The venture capital boom of 2021 was not just from traditional VC but increasingly from large corporates looking to deploy capital or back start ups that fit their strategic goals. But for these new entrants it’s not always easy or successful. This session outlines what a successful model looks like from picking the right targets, identifying the correct partners to creating successful incubators and accelerator programmes.

Speakers include:

Prof Sneh Khemka, CEO, Simplyhealth

Prof Sneh Khemka
Prof Sneh KhemkaCEOSimplyHealth
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Tuesday June 20, 2023

2:30 pmInnovation

The race for the first mile

The first, rather than the last mile, of a healthcare journey is the key to transforming healthcare. Engaging consumers before they even need to seek care is how long term relationships and lower costs of care can be achieved. This session explores how digital transformation is revolutionising the first mile.

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Tuesday June 20, 2023

4:15 pmNew Business Models

Low cost, out-of-pocket care models

Out of pocket is soaring globally. How do operators best address these burgeoning markets? How do you acquire cash-paying customers at prices that don’t break the bank? How do you get repeat business?

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Tuesday June 20, 2023

5:15 pmNew Business Models

Building a sustainable health workforce

How do you best recruit and retain a strong workforce in nurses, doctors and specialist staff? What role does training and culture play here? Providers present case studies on how they have managed to shift the needle.

Speakers include:

Dr Fatih Mehmet Gul, Vice President, Fakeeh Care Group; CEO, Fakeeh University Hospital

Fatih Mehmet Gul
Fatih Mehmet GulVP Fakeeh Care GroupCEO Fakeeh University Hospital
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Wednesday 21 June

Wednesday June 21, 2023

9:00 amNew Business Models

Building a robust ESG framework

Environmental, Social and Governance frameworks have risen to be of fundamental importance, particularly on the back of climate change and a series of scandals in the sector which have a huge impact on brand and share price. A good ESG framework can justify a higher valuation for healthcare businesses. This acceleration has left some organisations scrambling and scratching their heads to catch up. This session looks in depth at ESG, why it’s crucial to get your framework right and analyses mistakes that organisations have made.

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Wednesday June 21, 2023

11:30 amSector Analysis

Virtual wards and outpatient clinics: Embracing the future for hospitals

Traditional hospitals face massive change and massive opportunity. The drive towards outpatient enables them to reduce costs and grow their footprint. Couple that with virtual wards and telehealth and they can address much larger markets. But these changes also bring a multitude of new competitors.

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Wednesday June 21, 2023

11:30 amSector Analysis

Laboratory diagnostics – where after Covid?

Diagnostic labs saw massive growth during Covid. How has this changed the long-term outlook for the sector? For instance, has Covid enabled the sector to successfully build new relationships with government and public payors? This session also explores growth opportunities in outsourcing, new tech, verticalisation and emerging markets

Speakers include:

Jerome Thill, Deputy CEO,  Cerba

Wolf Kupatt, CEO, Amedes

Staffan Ternstrom, COO, Medicover

Jerome Thill
Jerome ThillDeputy CEOCerba Healthcare
Wolf Kupatt
Wolf KupattCEOAmedes
Staffan Ternström
Staffan TernströmChief Operating OfficerMedicover
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Wednesday June 21, 2023

11:30 amSector Analysis

The investment opportunity in Fertility and Women’s health

The fertility sector continues to steadily grow, but with a fragmented market, consolidation is not straightforward. The revolution to address health inequalities for women presents a huge opportunity – particularly linked to fertility, pregnancy and menopause. Technology has a big role to play. ‘Femtech’ , the term used to describe technology aimed at targeting women’s health, is set to be a $50bn industry by 2025. This session looks in depth at the crossover of these two sectors and the future growth prospects.

Speakers include:

Richard Banks, Group Chief Strategy Officer & European Managing Director, Virtus Health

Richard Banks
Richard BanksGroup Strategy Director and European Managing DirectorVirtus Health
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Wednesday June 21, 2023

1:30 pmSector Analysis

Imaging Diagnostics: the care gateway

This sector has seen a huge M&A boom as investors seek to consolidate rich west Europe (DACH, France and Northern Italy). So what is the attraction? And how far is it possible to build an ecosystem of outpatient clinics and primary care around an imaging backbone? The session also looks at how far governments are prepared to move on outsourcing these services.

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Wednesday June 21, 2023

2:30 pmSector Analysis

The evolution in Primary Care

The huge primary care sector in Europe holds the key to outpatient consolidation. Here we look at how operators are pairing it with digital and telehealth, pharmacies and imaging, and at how they are reimagining its delivery and business models.

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Our attendees say

What struck me was the availability of some of the brightest minds in health care and the seamless interaction. I get to meet a whole lot of people in a very fluid way. I would not be able to do that at any other conference that I am aware of.  I’m gonna be following up on quite a few leads. It’s gonna be great in the next few months to bring all of our ideas together.

Ronnie van der Merwe, CEO, Mediclinic International, South Africa/Switzerland/UAE

‘It’s very interesting to meet peers and find out about their plans, exchange best practices and ideas. We can also see on the public side what regulators are planning to do in the future and this is good insight.’

Zisis Sotiriou, Senior VP Regional COO, Affidea, pan-European

‘What struck me is the level of participation – the CEOs and CxOs were here. That makes a big difference. And the learning opportunities. We hear about new technologies, hear about examples from other countries.’

Dilip Jose, Managing Director and CEO, Manipal Hospitals, India

‘The value in coming to HBI is to have in one place, all the CEOs and leaders of healthcare companies that share the same problems even though there are cultural differences and it helps me to understand what are the trends and focus on my goals.’

Gustavo Fodrini, CEO, PalCare, Argentina

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