Organised by Association of the Austrian Pharmaceutical Industry (PHARMIG)
A modern and successful healthcare system needs from time to time a step-change in its structure and performance level. The demand of any population accessing healthcare services rises under normal circumstances, but public budgets and existing healthcare structures are often a barrier for reforms. The know-how and experience of main stakeholders and their will to further improve the healthcare system are key success factors for any reform.
This session underlines the relevance of partnerships in the healthcare sector introducing two role models initiated by Pharmig in cooperation with the Austrian Ministry of Health on the one hand and the Main Association of Austrian Social Security Institutions on the other hand.
Pamela Rendi-Wagner, Director General, Public Health and Medical Affairs Section, Federal Ministry of Health, Austria
Alexander Hagenauer, Deputy Director General, Main Association of Austrian Social Insurance Institutions
Christoph Male, Professor of Pediatrics, Medical University of Vienna, Austria and European Paediatric Network EnprEMA representative
Robin Rumler, President, PHARMIG
Jan Oliver Huber, Secretary General, PHARMIG