We just successfully completed the Executive Health Innovation Management Program (EHIMP) in Copenhagen with 27 awesome registered Healthcare leaders from 3 continents, more than 10 countries and from the whole Healthcare ecosystem!
Energy level and motivation were very high throughout the Executive Health Innovation Management Programme. This is a unique collaboration between Imperial College Business School, London and CBS Executive Fonden / Copenhagen Business School. At Module 2 in Copenhagen, we examined and worked on a whole range of topics supporting the future of healthcare. Some picks:
- Health tech scale ups’ journey into healthcare, obstacles on adoption and implementation of technology in the clinic. Insightful presentations and discussions with Andreas Cleve from Corti AI and Farzad Saber from @02matic.
- Value Based Healthcare (VBH) with Carl Savage, Helene Hedensted Bjerregaard and Kenneth Forsstrøm Jensen. The cases and what does it take to implement VBH?
- Digital Therapeutics – the case in German Healthcare – great overview and cases by Till Winkler. Patient Innovation – and the increasing role of the patient innovators for industry and HC by Pedro Oliveira.
- Innovation units at Rigshospitalet – from urgent need in the clinic to prototype and public-private innovation – thanks to Tejs Jansen for giving the group the needs driven perspective.
Last but not least we enjoyed the presentations and feed-back of the executive challenges that 6 groups had worked on during the program.
Conclusions: the diversity of the teams created dynamic discussions, innovative thinking, and new solutions. Some feedback: The programme was transformational and more time & modules needed to continue the good energy around health innovation!
My role: External program director planning and heading the programme with professors James Barlow, Imperial College Business School and Palle Høy Jakobsen, Copenhagen Business School.
Please have a look at the programme here: