Should our healthcare system be safeguarded as “systemically relevant” against strong market economy constraints? Or should it generate profits instead of just covering its costs? This question becomes more acute during times of crisis. And it can most likely not be answered unequivocally either – although the weighting has shifted in the course of the Coronavirus pandemic. The crisis made it very clear that the healthcare system primarily serves the well-being of people and thus of society as a whole.

Nevertheless, the industry is facing major challenges: first and foremost, demographic change, the need for digitalisation and – particularly urgent – the blatant lack of highly qualified and motivated managers in various areas. In addition to medicine and nursing care, this also affects management positions in staff functions as well as research, development and production.

Not only do we have deep insights into the healthcare market’s special features, but we also speak the same language. Our consultants support institutions such as university hospitals, municipal and regional hospitals, private specialist and rehabilitation clinics, social institutions in the field of nursing care, associations as well as laboratory chains and larger institutions in the private practice sector. We are at their side when it comes to finding the leaders who will enrich and advance their company in the long run.

Exemplary references:

  • Medical director of the non-operative divisions, clinic
  • Commercial director, institute of pathology
  • Chief physician neuropaediatrics, maximum care hospital
  • Managing director, major non-profit foundation in the field of geriatrics
  • Clinic manager, private rehabilitation clinic
  • Managing director nursing care, major German social association
  • Executive board member, statutory health insurance
  • Divisional manager strategy, statutory health insurance
  • Chief physician ophthalmic clinic, university hospital
  • CFO, university hospital