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HIT IQ - Interview with Simmi Singh

Simmi Singh was interviewed by as part of HIT.IQ’s leadership conversation series regarding innovators and entrepreneurs in healthcare.

Dr. Bernd Montag, Siemens Healthineers & Mark Krymalowski, Egon Zehnder - NOAH18 Berlin

A fireside chat with Mark Krymalowski, Head of the EMEA Digital Practice at Egon Zehnder, sat down with Dr. Bernd Montag, CEO of Siemens Healthineers was part of the NOAH Conference 2018.

Pharm Exec – Trading Big Pharma for Small Startup

A number of senior leaders in life sciences have elected to make the leap from big pharma to lesser-known startup or biotech companies. So what propelled these executives to make the move?

The Guardian - EU to Propose Enforcing 40% Quota for Women on Company Boards

The European commission is to push for a quota for women on company boards to address the slow progress to gender equality in the senior ranks of publicly listed businesses. Previous attempts by the EU’s executive to set a 40% goal for women in the top ranks of listed companies have been blocked by Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden overs fears that Brussels was overreaching into domestic affairs. Hungary and Poland have opposed the move on ideological grounds.

What We Heard – Convergence of Digital & Health

Egon Zehnder Istanbul recently hosted a presentation by Cozi Namer, Healthcare Industry Development Lead at Google, based in New York. As the subject of digital revolution continues to gain momentum in the performance-focused corporate world, healthcare industry is also in a state of constant transformation.

Tomorrow’s healthcare leaders must be different

Disruption in healthcare will continue to be profound, widespread and unpredictable, regardless of what ultimately happens with the Affordable Care Act, or the recently introduced American Health Care Act of 2017.

Quality: Biopharma’s New Secret Weapon

Health, Pharma and Leadership. Quality executives used to be the in-house police; internal affairs officers investigating production errors and mishaps and reporting them up the chain of command.

The Boston Globe – Are Some Directors “Overboarding”?

With Sarbanes-Oxley increasing the responsibilities shouldered by today’s directors, do some individuals have a seat on too many US boards, asks The Boston Globe?

The Slow One Loses This Race

Healthcare has been in a state of steady, sometimes grudging, transformation for years. What’s different today is the dramatically accelerated pace of change that has been brought on by a combination of regulatory pressures, high costs, consumer empowerment, and revolutionary technological and medical innovation.

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