The Second Swiss – Hungarian Healthcare Forum – Program

The Second Swiss – Hungarian Healthcare Forum

Topic: Sustainability of Healthcare and Value of Innovation

&

Official signing ceremony of the Framework Agreement
between Switzerland and Hungary

 

Program:

Part I.
08:45 Registration  
09:10 Welcome note by the moderator Dr. István Béres,
president, Swisscham Hungary
09:15 Welcome speech Jean-François Paroz,
Ambassador of Switzerland to Hungary
09:30

Keynote speeches

  • views of Hungary and Switzerland on healthcare and priorities
  • how can healthcare contribute to the growth of the economy?
  • paradigm shift:Healthcare = Investment
Dr. Péter Takács,
state secretary for health, Ministry of Interior
 
 
Dr. med. Yvonne Gilli,
president of the Swiss Medical Association (FMH)
09:50

The importance of investing in health systems to achieve sustainability:

  • Pre- and post-COVID challenges
  • Societal and economic benefits
  • International perspective specifically on the Central and Eastern European Region
  • Good practices, experiences and challenges
Thomas Baker,
SVP & GM Switzerland and Israel, IQVIA
10:00

Panel discussion
How to build a resilient Healthcare system?

  • What makes a Healthcare system resilient?
  • What are the urgent short-term areas to fix and long term visions?
  • Digitalization in Heealthcare
  • Value based and data-driven decision-making in Healthcare

moderator:
Thomas Baker,
SVP & GM Switzerland and Israel, IQVIA

Dr. Péter Takács,
state secretary for health, Ministry of Interior

Dr. med. Yvonne Gilli,
president of the Swiss Medical Association (FMH)

Dr. György Velkey,
president, Hungarian Hospital Association

Dr. Judit Bidló,
deputy director, National Health Insurance Fund

11:00 Coffee break  
11:15
 

Panel opener speech

  • The pillars that define sustainable health system (Focus on value-based and data-driven decision making, digitalisation, preventive solutions, etc.)
  • How can better access to innovation contribute to sustainable healthcare system?
    • Access to innovation, access index
    • Overview, comparison, trends, directions, examples, innovation financial schemes
    • Some examples of public-private partnerships/case studies
Luka Chichov,
General Manager CEE Cluster, IQVIA
11:30

Collaboration in enhancing access to innovation in Switzerland & Hungary

  • challenges in access to innovation and potential solutions & learnings from each other
  • Public Private Partnership – how partnerships can contribute to better HC results
  • identify innovation needs and how we can channel them in the ecosystem

moderator:
Luka Chichov,
General Manager CEE Cluster, IQVIA

Dr. István Szabó,
vice president, National Research, Development and Innovation Office

Dr. Tamás Dávid,
president of the Association of Innovative Pharmaceutical Manufacturers (AIPM)

Dr. Miklós Szócska,
dean of the Faculty of Health and Public Administration, Semmelweis University

Dr. Csaba Grózli,
director of strategy and medicine, Association of Hungarian Organ Transplants

12:30 End of discussion summary by Moderator Dr. István Béres,
president, Swisscham Hungary
12:35-13:30 Standing lunch reception  

Part II.

13:30 New ways of cooperation:

The Swiss Contribution

Official signing ceremony of the Framework Agreement between Switzerland and Hungary for the Second Swiss-Hungarian Cooperation Programme

Swiss Embassy – Swiss Contribution Office

National Coordination Unit in Hungary, Department for Implementation of International Cooperation Programmes at the Prime Minister’s Office

 
  • introductory notes
  • priorities of the Swiss-Hungarian Cooperation Programme
  • Hospice Palliative Care Programme
  • official signature of the Framework Agreement

Jean-François Paroz,
Ambassador of Switzerland to Hungary

Andrea Studer,
Deputy Director of Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation

Dr. Tibor Navracsics,
Minister for Regional Development

14:00 Reception and networking  
14:30 End of the event  

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Director
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Diána Mikoly
Office manager
+36 30 902 63 49

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