TOBIAS WIRÉN (Sweden)
M.D and Orthopedic surgeon at Capio S:t Görans hospital in Stockholm, Sweden. Head of Department 2007-2018 and since 2017 Manager of the Business Area Capio Orthopedics in Sweden with 5 high volume arthroplasty units. Involved in developing the Bundle payment for hips and knees in Stockholm since 2009.
Jonas Wohlin is the founder of Ivbar and a researcher at Karolinska Institutet. He has more than 10 years operational experience in health care management from Europe and the Middle East.
Ivbar is one of the world leading organisations in technology that enables health systems monitor and pay for value. Ivbar's Advanced Analytics platform Era, has been developed together with the Swedish regions and is today used by health systems in both Sweden and Finland.
Jonas’ research is focused on how health care governance and contracting models can be designed and implemented to enable health systems focus on producing health, rather than health care activities.
Regional Chief Executive of The Capital Region of Denmark
Svend has throughout his career worked in various government institutions, including the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Health. Since 2015, he has been the director of The North Denmark Region and since January 1, 2019 for The Capital Region. Svend has been chairman of the Danish Regions' work on value-based health in Denmark and also has extensive knowledge of activity-based management.
Anita Charlesworth is the Director of Research and Economics at the Health Foundation, and Honorary Professor in the College of Social Sciences at the Health Services Management Centre (HSMC) at the University of Birmingham.
Before joining the Health Foundation in May 2014, Anita was Chief Economist at the Nuffield Trust (2010-14) where she led the Trust’s work on health care financing and market mechanisms. Prior to that she had roles as Chief Analyst and Chief Scientific Advisor at DCMS (2007-10), Director of Public Spending at the Treasury (1998-2007), where she led the team working with Sir Derek Wanless on his 2002 reform of NHS funding and worked as an Economic Advisor at DH and for SmithKline Beecham pharmaceuticals. She has worked as a non-executive director in the NHS – for Islington PCT (2007-2011) and The Whittington Hospital (2011-2016). She was specialist advisor to the House of Lords' select committee on the long-term sustainability of the NHS.
Anita has an MSc in Health Economics from the University of York and is a Board of Trustee for Tommy’s, the baby charity and also a Trustee for the Office of Health Economics. She was awarded a CBE in The Queen's 2017 Birthday Honours List for Services to Economics and Health Policy.
Dr. Stefanie Weber is head of Medical Vocabularies Unit in the German Institute for Medical Documentation and Information (DIMDI). DIMDI is the publisher of official medical classifications for Germany and provides additional terminologies and standards that are important for health telematics. DIMDI develops and operates database-supported information systems for drugs, medical devices and health care data.
Stefanie was Co-Chair of the ICD-11 Task Force of WHO developing the 11th revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11). Since 2008, she has been the director of the World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Centre for the Family of International Classifications in Germany. Furthermore, lead of the WP5 of the Joint Action on Rare Diseases of the European Union, coordinator of the Secretariat of the Iris Institute and project lead for the development of the Classification Maintenance Tool in collaboration with WHO.
Stefanie has a Medical Degree and additional training in Medical informatics.
34th Annual Conference will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark
15 Nov, 2019
Late registration available
8 Nov, 2019
Full programme announced
8 Oct, 2019
Final keynote speaker announced.
Preliminary program updated
3 Sep, 2019
Fourth keynote speaker announced.
16 Jul, 2019
Announced extension of abstract deadline.
1 Jul, 2019
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