HBA Zurich-Zug presents

Collaborating to Accelerate Patient Outcomes in a Digital Age

Date and time
Wednesday, 04 November
06:00PM - 07:30PM CET
Virtual Zoom

Event Contact
Dagmar Niedernhuber
3. Exhibits business and industry acumen

Some consider that the rapid digitalization of healthcare can reduce the concept of patient outcomes to pre-determined decision pathways, or meaningless, intangible buzzwords. This could not be further from the truth.

Underneath this massive momentum of innovation lies a very human trait - collaboration.

Proudly brought to you by Takeda and the HBA, join us on a fascinating look at how platform technologies, artificial intelligence, and clinical partnerships use deeper collaboration approaches to produce meaningful outcomes for patients. Curated by inspirational women who are at the beating hearts of these sectors, this event gives us a glimpse into the human thinking behind tech design and engineering. They will talk about technology stacks as enablers, facilitators, and ultimately, accelerators of better outcomes for patients.

Kathrin Wacker
Kathrin Wacker joined Microsoft Austria in 2019 as member of the board and Public Sector Lead where she is responsible for central/regional government, education as well as healthcare sector.

Before 2019 she was 8 ½ years part of Accenture Strategy where she spent a lot of time in transformational projects with strong focus on healthcare clients in Austria.

Sonja Wehsely
Sonja joined Siemens Healthcare in 2017 and has recently taken the role of Managing Director for Central Easter Europe and Turkey. Prio to this, she held several position in the Vienna City Council, including Health Care Social Affairs, and Integration, Women's Affairs, Consumer Protection and Human Resources.

Nicole Formica-Schiller
Nicole Formica-Schiller is the CEO & founder of Pamanicor Health, a global advisory firm in Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain and Disruptive Technologies with a focus on Healthcare. During her career she has been working in executive positions across Europe, Asia, Russia and Switzerland. As HBA Vice-President Zürich - Zug she is a committed advocate for gender parity. She holds a dual master degree in Law and Economics.

Kirsten Detrick
Kirsten Detrick has built her biopharma career with multi-national assignments at Fortune 500 companies like Takeda, Amgen and Bristol-Myers Squibb. In addition to her P&L management expertise in Austria, Czech Republic and Slovakia, she has launched or led numerous specialty care, oncology and rare disease therapeutics with a total combined peak sales of over $20 billion. Kirsten was a recipient of the HBA Rising Star Award in 2000.

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Registration information
Event is open to: HBA Members and Nonmembers
Online registration deadline: 4 November 2020

Featured speakers

Kirsten Detrick
Board Member/Senior Executive, US/Europe Pharma/Biotech
Nicole Formica-Schiller
CEO, Founder
Pamanicor Health AG
Sonja Wehsely
Managing Director Central Eastern Europe & Turkey
Siemens Healthineers AG

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 Price LevelRegular
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Registration: Regular Registration

 Member - Euro€9.00
 Non-Member - Euro€13.00

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