Professor and Researcher Innovation and Health Management Area of the Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid Dr Ana Maria Miquel Gomez graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from Autonomous University of Madrid where she specialized in Family and Community Medicine. Then went on to do a full Doctorate by the University of Madrid and Graduated with a Master’s in Management from IESE Business School: Healthcare Management Program. Currently, she works as a General Practician in a Health Center in Madrid, and she is Professor and Researcher in The Rey Juan Carlos University in Madrid, in the Innovation and health Management Chair.
This course will provide students the knowledge and competence required to manage healthcare and clinical information systems. Students will receive hands-on application of the system development lifecycle using project management concepts. LEC.
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Robin is the Joint Editor in Chief of the International Journal of Integrated Care, an advisory group member of the European Primary Care Network, and a Fellow of the School for Social Care Research. Prior to his academic career Robin was a practitioner, manager and commissioner, and has served as a non-executive director and chair of trustees within housing and charitable sectors.
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Mirella has been with Vilans since 2007, where she was the director of the Quality and Innovation in Elderly care department, the coordinator of the National Care for Better Program and involved in the coordination of the National Dementia Program. Since 2013 she is the director of the Research and Innovation department of Vilans, which executes a large number of innovative and practice oriented (international) research on topics like person centered care, integrated care, organisation and governance of care and innovation in care for instance by using e-health.
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Prof. Dirk Ruwaard is chair of the Department of Health Services Research of the Care and Public Health Research Institute (CAPHRI) at the Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences, Maastricht University, the Netherlands. Prior to his assignment at Maastricht University, he was director of the Public Health Department of the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport in the Netherlands (2006-2010) as well as deputy-director general Public Health at this Ministry.
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In this capacity he was responsible for a number of policy issues in the field of health promotion, disease prevention, infectious diseases policy, disaster management and policy on medical ethics. Before that he represented the ministry in the US and Canada in the broad field of public health, health care and welfare (2003-2006). Most time of his career (1989-2003) he worked in several positions at the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) and was responsible for research on prevention, health and health care. He then also founded the Centre for Public Health Forecasting (VTV) making knowledge accessible to policymakers. He is a physician who obtained his medical degree cum laude in 1986.
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Since 1993 he has been registered as ‘arts voor Maatschappij en Gezondheid’. His fields of interest are epidemiology, public health, chronic care, integrated care and health policy He wrote a dissertation with the title ‘Diabetes mellitus: from epidemiology to health policy’. He is (co-) author of numerous publications and chair or member of several committees in the field of prevention, public health and health care.