Tuesday June 20, 2023
Building value through partnerships
There is a massive opportunity for for-profit providers to work with many partners. In particular, that includes the public sector, given that it accounts for around 85% of all health care in EMEA. And often for-profit can deliver efficient, lower cost solutions. Unfortunately, for-profit is regarded with much distrust by many stakeholders. How do you build trust? How do you create a genuine win/win? And how do navigate the political map?
A series of case studies that outline what works and what doesn’t, lessons learned and the value and cost savings that result.
Zeynep Kantur, Global Manager and Global Head of Health, IFC
Peter Wharton-Hood, Group CEO, Life Healthcare
Guglielmo Brayda di Soleto, CEO, Ergéa Group
Moderated by Hamid Yunis, Partner, McDermott, Will & Emery
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