Monday June 20, 2022
Partnering Strategies for University Hospitals and Academic Health Science Centres
This half-day event is part of our new Strategies for University Hospitals content platform. This looks at the considerable management challenges that the university hospital/academic medical centers and allied research institutes face and how they can best be overcome.
Partnering is a key challenge for university hospitals and research clusters. This takes many forms starting with the core partnership between the twinned university hospital and research institute or university. Other partnerships include that between university hospitals and the wider hospital and outpatient ecosystem, between research institutes and MedTech/pharma/external funders and between university hospitals and their key service providers and MedTech platforms.
This session explores these relationships and looks at what good looks like in health care partnering and at the largest pitfalls.
14:00 – 14:05 Opening Remarks: Setting the Scene
Max Hotopf, Chairman & Founder of Healthcare Business International
14.05 – 14:30 Keynote: The Boston Model
Chris Coburn, Chief Innovation Officer, Mass General Brigham, USA
Whittle - 3rd Floor
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