Göran Henriks is Chief Executive of Learning and Innovation at Qulturum http://plus.rjl.se/qulturum in Region Jönköping County, Sweden www.rjl.se
Mr. Henriks academic background is in Psychology from the University of Lund, and worked as a child psychologist. He holds a Master's degree in Business Administration from University of Gothenburg. He worked as a child- and school psychologist during 1976-1983. Between 1978 and 2000 he was also engaged in top sport as he was coaching national teams in basketball. Mr. Henriks has more than thirty years' experience of management in the Swedish healthcare system. He is a member of the Region Jönköping County's Top Management and Strategic Group. Göran is a board member of the Swedish Institute for Quality, SIQ. http://www.siq.se/Home.htm and the chairman of the South East Health Care regions Quality registers centre. http://rcso.se/
He is also the chairman of the Strategic Committee of the International Quality Forum organised by the British Medical Journal (BMJ) and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, http://internationalforum.bmj.com/. Göran is also appointed as a Senior Fellow at the Institute of Health Care Improvement, www.ihi.org. He is also appointed as professor in Quality Management at University of Yerevan, Armenia. Göran Henriks is appointed as key note speaker and teacher at many national and international conferences, such as the International Forum of Quality and Safety, APAC and the international ISQUA conference. He has written articles about balanced scorecard, learning, access and spread, and improvement of quality in cancer care.
Barbro Westerholm talks about the importance of working for people's rights
with focus on the rights of older people and the rights of LGBT people.
Barbro Westerholm is a doctor, researcher, official and parliamentary member
(A liberal). She has a number of significant assignments on her track record. Barbro has made important efforts in many areas of public health science and in recent years, her efforts for the health of older people have been particularly important.
During her time at the Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare, Barbro was the one who in 1979 pushed through that gay sexuality would no longer be considered a mental illness. After that, she has been involved in other questions around
gay rights and continue to work for LGBT issues and gay, bi- and transgender's rights. Among other things, she was the chairman of the so-called partner investigation and partnership legislation in the early 1990s. Her work continues and her position is that it is still important to fight for LGBT people's rights as well as combating discrimination, both within Sweden
and the EU.
Lucien is CEO of Transform.health supporting companies, governments, institutions and industry with the current (digital) transformation.
As an Edge Fellow for the Deloitte Center for the Edge Lucien leads Global Strategy on Digital Health and pushes the needle on a global scale for the needed change of the operational model and the H-UX as he coined it; the Healthcare User-Experience.
He helps corporates understand and act on the current and future grand challenges within health(care) and aims to (re)shape the health(care) sector.
Lucien has decades of experience within healthcare innovation: lastly 11 years as an advisor to the executive board at Radboud University Medical Center in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. He was also the founding director of the well-known REshape Center for Health(care) Innovation at Radboudumc. Lucien also initiated the Health Innovation School and build this in co-creation with the Dutch Ministry of Health into a (inter)national effort.
Lucien is also faculty at Singularity University’s Exponential Medicine (Silicon Valley) since 2011
His modus operandi is always challenging, creative, sometimes provocative but always techno-realistic. His goal is to prepare for a ‘soft landing into the future’, meanwhile creating a sustainable global health(care) for all.
As a public speaker, he touches on how the intersection of technology and patient empowerment is creating momentum for the delocalization of healthcare, and the shift of data in the hands of patients.
Succeeding his former books, in Spring 2018 his new book Augmented health(care): “the end of the beginning” was launched in Barcelona, Spain during the HIMSS conference.
With over 800.000 followers Lucien is one of the initial 100 official LinkedIn influencers, happily keeping his followers up to date on all (healthcare) innovations.
Jason has worked for the Scottish Government since 2007 and in January 2015 was appointed as The National Clinical Director in the Health and Social Care Directorate. He is a Scottish Government Director and a member of the Health and Social Care Management Board. He is one of the senior team responsible for the NHS in Scotland.
He is an Honorary Professor at the University of Dundee. Jason was the 2011 UK Clinician of the Year. He is a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI). He was a 2005-06 Quality Improvement Fellow at IHI, in Boston, sponsored by the Health Foundation. Jason is also a trustee of the UK wing of the Indian Rural Evangelical Fellowship which runs orphanages in southeast India.
He has a doctorate from the University of Glasgow, an MPH from Harvard and is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow and the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. He is also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Jason was appointed to NHS England review group led by Don Berwick looking into the patient safety elements of the Francis Inquiry
Julie Reed has established herself as a leading figure in the science of improvement and the drive to accelerate the uptake and use of research evidence in healthcare practice. Julie leads a programme of research which seeks to understand how change and improvements can be brought about in health services. The research recognises that change is hard to achieve and that it can involve behaviour change of many different people who need to work together collectively to deliver high quality care. Julie’s interests lie in the development and utilization of structured approaches to deliver improvements in healthcare.
Julie provides academic and thought leadership to the Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC) Northwest London. The CLAHRC programme has established the programme as an ambitious, forward thinking initiative that has rapidly delivered demonstrable benefits to staff and patients in Northwest London with national and international impact. Julie’s credibility in this field has been recognised by the award of a prestigious Health Foundation Improvement Science Fellowship.