24 25 26
May 2018
1 June
Panel Session

THE THREE FACTORS CRUCIAL TO EFFECTIVENESS IN HEALTHCARE

15:00-16:15 Congress Centre, Conference Hall D1
A clear goal has been set for the Russian healthcare system: extend life expectancy to 76 years by 2025. All three dimensions of healthcare, i.e., preventive care, medical treatment, and administration, should serve this end. Success will depend on coordinated efforts by all stakeholders: healthcare executives, regional authorities, representatives of the medical and pharmaceutical industries, scientific and educational communities, doctors, and the population itself. What are the key priorities of the Russian healthcare development strategy for the period to 2025? How should people be motivated to lead a healthier lifestyle, and how should business be incentivized to take care of the health of its employees? What is the formula for efficient healthcare management? What improvements should be made in medical education? What are the best private investment opportunities in healthcare?
Moderator:
Guzel Ulumbekova, President of the Board, Association of Medical Societies for Quality of Medical Care and Medical Education; Head, Higher School of Healthcare Organization and Management
Panellists:
Kevin Ali, President, MSD International
Sergey Bagnenko, Rector, First Pavlov St. Petersburg State Medical University
Viktor Cherepov, Executive Vice President, Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP)
Mikhail Ignatiev, Head of the Chuvash Republic
Pavel Kadochnikov, President, Center for Strategic Research Foundation
Igor Kagramanyan, First Deputy Minister of Healthcare of the Russian Federation
Mark Kurtser, Chairman of the Board of Directors, MD Medical Group Investments
Frank Lichtenberg, Courtney C. Brown Professor of Business, Columbia University
Jean-Michel Malbrancq, President, Chief Executive Officer, GE Healthcare Europe
Alexander Vinokurov, President, Marathon Group
Arman Voskerchyan, General Director in Russia, Belarus, Transcaucasia and Central Asia, Philips
Front row participants:
Nikolay Lubimov, Acting Governor of Ryazan Oblast
Leonid Melamed, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Team Drive
Sergey Notov, Chairman of the Board of Directors, IPT Group
Dmitriy Paramonov, Managing Director, Russia and CIS, Abbott Laboratories
Grigory Roytberg, Chief Executive Officer, Medicina
Stefan Tuschen, Partner and Managing Director, The Boston Consulting Group; Regional Director of the Boston Consulting Group Health Care Practice for Europe and the Middle East

Highlights

Without investments, there is no way to have a truly healthy population. If the Russian Federation invests for ten years in making universal access to ten therapeutic areas, we will see a 10% reduction in mortality.

Kevin Ali
President, MSD International

Today, the issue of providing specialized emergency aid has not been entirely resolved. A huge reserve lies in constructing a logistically effective functioning system that will, when required, without interim hospitalization, take a patient to the requisite facility where they may be effectively treated.

Sergey Bagnenko
Rector, First Pavlov St. Petersburg State Medical University

A huge resource for extending life expectancy lies in developing effective collaboration between the various emergency services providing emergency aid.

Sergey Bagnenko
Rector, First Pavlov St. Petersburg State Medical University

The absolute figures for government expenditure on healthcare do not correlate directly with the system’s effectiveness. […]

Arman Voskerchyan
General Director in Russia, Belarus, Transcaucasia and Central Asia, Philips

These are the principal conclusions: the first is a focus on socially relevant diseases (cardiology and oncology); the second is integrating the healthcare system and focusing on medicine informatization, taking into account the opinion of the professional community.

Arman Voskerchyan
General Director in Russia, Belarus, Transcaucasia and Central Asia, Philips

We have never considered healthcare as an isolated sector; we connect it to education, sports, culture, and we try to educate people on a spiritual and moral basis.

Mikhail Ignatiev
Head of the Chuvash Republic

Practically speaking, people understand that any medical treatment is expensive.

Mikhail Ignatiev
Head of the Chuvash Republic

Besides working actively in all areas on developing the healthcare system through the efforts of the authorities, each person’s motivation and responsibility for their health is of utmost importance for us.

Igor Kagramanyan
First Deputy Minister of Healthcare of the Russian Federation

I estimate that, overall, about 75% of the rise in life expectancy worldwide has been due to biomedical innovation in general and pharmaceutical innovation in particular.

Frank Lichtenberg
Courtney C. Brown Professor of Business, Columbia University

There is a lot of value that we can bring with digital. It will bring a lot of changes to the system. It will help patients gain access to their own data; help professionals to navigate tons of data; it will help providers run clinics more efficiently and, ultimately, it well help the payer, because the system will be more efficient and less expensive.

Jean-Michel Malbrancq
President, Chief Executive Officer, GE Healthcare Europe

Without disease prevention and without emphasis on a healthy lifestyle, we will never get things moving. And here we have supported the Ministry of Healthcare, which has developed a healthy lifestyle strategy, and small, medium, and big enterprises are already investing in sports development, in setting up healthy food services for their employees.

Viktor Cherepov
Executive Vice President, Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP)

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