For whom?

The programme ‘Leading Innovation in healthcare’ is targeted towards:

  • Executive managers of healthcare providers
  • Medical and clinical leaders
  • Medical and life sciences professionals who hold leading roles in medical affairs, R&D, HEMAR and marketing
  • Healthcare payers
  • Policymakers
  • Health insurance or sickness fund managers
  • Patient organisation leaders

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A learning experience with real impact on your operations? A management programme tailored to the specific needs of your business? Contact us and discover how we can design and deliver customised programmes for your team that add genuine value to your organisation.

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Vlerick expertise in Healthcare Management

  1. Price transparency for innovative medicines does not result in lower prices for everyone

    Although it seems counterintuitive, a new simulation model shows that, without confidential price agreements, lower income countries will pay up to 12% higher prices and gain access to innovative medicines far later than richer countries. This conclusion goes against the assumption that total transparency about price agreements for new and innovative medicines for diseases with high unmet need would lead to more competition, lower prices for all, and greater availability of these medicines for more patients in more countries.
  2. European emergency health fund is needed to limit the impact of future crises

    The unprecedented public health crisis caused by COVID-19 overstretched the structures and mechanisms of the European Union, in particular those that deal with emergencies. There is a need for deeper union and collaboration across the European health care sector, as well as a need for a significant financial cushion for rapid and predictably increasing funding. In their new policy paper, Professor David Veredas, Professor Simon Ashby and doctoral researcher Dimitrios Kolokas propose the creation of an Emergency Health Financing Facility (EHFF), which would limit the impact of a future crisis on the EU and its member States.
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