Healthcare Symposium 2018
Despite the strong inherent differences between the Swiss and the Danish healthcare systems, one current – and especially future – key to success remains the same in both systems: leadership. Not just how to effectively lead a hospital in the present, but questions arise over how to develop leadership structures, processes and transformations in the future. This investment and attention to leadership will enable not just managers, but also physicians and medical staff to effectively guide their companies and hospitals into the future. Current trends such as rising costs in Switzerland, where premiums are projected to double by 2040, and consolidation of smaller private hospitals into larger holdings further heighten the importance of this topic.
But how does one go about facing such complex challenges? One thing is for sure. It is certainly not through the use of inflexible organisational and leadership structures. This is where the Nordics are one step ahead. In recent years, the Danish government created a leadership development programme aiming to establish new forms of leadership at multiple levels in the healthcare system. Furthermore, different hospitals and healthcare companies heavily invested in their leadership teams in order to prepare them for the challenges of the future.
Based on these two keynotes, we would like to deep-dive in three market stalls in order to facilitate the transfer to the Swiss market and to encourage the discussions among the participants:
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Arrival of guests
Welcome and keynotes
Pädagogische Hochschule ZürichLagerstrasse 2 8090 Zürich
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