Launch Healthcare Market Study | Poland

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On the 30th of November, the Task Force Health Care (TFHC) and the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) have the pleasure of inviting you to the Launch event of the Healthcare Market Study | Poland

Task Force Health Care and Deloitte CEE were commissioned by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Netherlands Enterprise Agency to perform market study for Poland. The launch of the market study marks an important step to further strengthen the bilateral healthcare relations between Poland and the Netherlands.

Did you know that..

  • Poland is the biggest recipient of EU Funds (total EUR 82.6 bln) In 2013-2020 Poland is the biggest beneficiary of EU funds, which strengthens domestic entrepreneurs and invites many outside investors. The new EU Multiannual Financial Framework gives Poland EUR 82.6 bln. This means that in the years to come Poland will be the largest beneficiary of the EU cohesion policy funds among all Member States.
  • Need for Smart Solutions in increasing Number of Decentralised Health Clinics. In Poland there are about 800 hospitals and about 220,000 hospital beds. In recent years, smaller institutions started providing basic healthcare services, while “plugging in” to larger institutions which, if necessary, provide a full range of specialised services. The more this trend develops, the better for larger institutions, which can focus on further investments in infrastructure and equipment. This creates the potential for cooperation with private investors in the role of, for example, hardware vendors or partners in the management of entire departments.
  • Available budgets to modernize hospitals. Self-governments owning most of the hospitals have been spending a significant amount of money on hospitals in the last years. Hospitals are due for restructuring for a number of factors, i.e.: demographics, procedures being moved to outpatient care, or aligning with the new reforms imposed by the Ministry of Health. The winners may be those entities that can reorganize the fastest with the most motivated directors, who can convince the Ministry of Health to sustain or even increase financing.

Preliminary programme

10:15 – 10:30 Registration with coffee & tea
10:30 – 10:40 Welcome & Introduction
                                 by Mihill Luli, Business Development Coach Poland, RVO
10:40 – 11:00 Top 10 Reasons & Highlights of the Market Study for Poland
                                 by Guido Danen, Task Force Health Care
11:00 – 11:30 Sharing experiences in Poland by Dutch LSH organizations
11:30 – 11:45 Q&A
11:45 – 12:00 Discussing next steps / agenda
12:00 – 13:00 Closing & Networking lunch

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More information
Please contact Guido Danen: | 070-219 9001

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