Caroline Darias, Minister of Health, will be in charge of giving the starting signal to the 3rd Health Observatory organized by EL ESPAÑOL and Invertia. A meeting that will begin next Monday, September 26, and will last until Thursday, September 29. A date where more than a hundred speakers from the health sector will review the Spanish health system and in which the Minister of Science and Innovation will also be present Diana Morant.
This third edition of the Health Observatory will be a turning point for an event that has already become a benchmark for the sector. If the first two editions were focused on the fight against Covid-19 and the lessons learned from the pandemic, this time it wants to do a real check-up of the health system. Some General states of the health system that will make it possible to highlight its strong and weak points with the aim of contributing ideas for future debate.
More than a hundred speakers will be in charge of making this analysis, among which are Christopher Belda, director of the Carlos III Health Institute; Silvia Calzon, Secretary of State for Health; Maria Neira, Director of the WHO Department of Public Health and Environment; Borja Cabezon, ambassador on special mission for Covid-19 and Global Health of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation; Rachel Yotti, Secretary General for Research, or Maria Jesus Lamas director of the Spanish Agency for Medicines and Health Products.
During the four days of this Health Observatory there will also be time to analyze the degree of compliance with the conclusions arising from the II Health Observatory. An exam in which they will be present Juan Abarca, president of the IDIS Foundation; John Yermo, General Director of Farmaindustria; Margaret Alfonso, general secretary of Fenin; Jesus Aguilar, President of the General Council of Official Associations of Pharmacists and Pilar Aparicio, General Director of Public Health.
An event held in the Camilo Jose Cela University of Madrid and that will be retransmitted in streaming through EL ESPAÑOL and Invertia. It will be developed semi-face-to-face. The complete program of the conference can be consulted at this link.
The 3rd Health Observatory maintains its spirit of collaboration between the public and the private, which is why speakers from both sectors will debate at the various tables that have been set up.
Among other participants, in this third edition we find Juan Carlos Gil, general manager for Spain and Portugal of Moderna; Elijah Torroella, Director of R&D and Records of Hipra; Anna Hernando, government affairs director vaccines of GSK Spain; Jose Luis Justicia Ruano medical director of Sobi Iberia or the president of Farmaindustria, Juan Lopez-Belmonte.
the private sector
Pharmaceutical distribution will also have its space with the presence of Edward Pastor, president of Cofares and Jesus Porres Ureña, CEO of Bidafarma. The insurance sector will also be discussed. Among his representatives we find Inaki Peralta, CEO of Sanitas in Spain; albert of roseCEO of Ribera Salud; Louis Mayer, Asisa counselor or Pedro Diaz YusteSavia CEO.
They will also be in this third edition of the Health Observatory Ricardo R. Suarezchairman of AstraZeneca; Luis Diaz-RubioGeneral Manager of Janssen for Spain and Portugal; Martha Villanuevageneral director of the IDIS Foundation; Mary Villapresident of Fenin; Alberto MartinezCEO of Siemens Healthineers Spain; Adriana RubioCEO of Roche Diagnostics Spain; Jose Maria Fernandez Sousa-Faro, President of PharmaMar; Philippe Paul, CEO of Sham – Relyens group o Henry PorresCEO of Asisa.
The financing of the health system and public-private collaboration will be the object of analysis between those responsible for different autonomies. They will be, among others, Enrique RuizEscudero, Minister of Health of the Community of Madrid; Sira Repolles, Minister of Health of Aragon and Miguel Angel Guzman Deputy Minister of Health and Consumption of the Junta de Andalucía.
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