Marcin Kautsch – consultant and trainer in the field of health care management. He deals with strategic management, transformation processes, restructuring, private healthcare market, evaluation of healthcare facilities, innovative public procurement and energy issues in hospitals, and research in the field of healthcare management. Coordinator of international projects financed by the World Bank, USAID, the European Commission and national training and advisory programmes. Author and co-author of the above-mentioned programmes, publications in the scientific and popular press, books, and expert opinions on health care management. Expert of the Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe framework programmes of the European Commission in the area of Research and Innovation.
Paweł Wierzowiecki, MBA has been managing project teams planning technically and formally complex public and private investments for 25 years. His professional portfolio includes several hundred successful investments in the following sectors: health care, government administration, urban space revitalization, industry and commercial investments. Using his experience in servicing domestic and foreign contracts, he promotes modern methods of project management: “Integrated Project Delivery” (IPD, Integrated Project Delivery), “Digital Construction” and BIM on the Polish market. He graduated from the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Environmental Engineering at the Poznań University of Technology. Co-author of the textbook PWN entitled “BIM in practice”. Initiator of the European BIM Certification Center.
Currently, he manages, among others projects of the expansion of the “Międzyleski Szpital Specjalistyczny” in Warsaw and the construction of a new complex of the “Lower Silesian Center of Oncology of Pulmonology and Hematology” in Wrocław, carried out by Graph’it.
Katarzyna Kosik Gajewska Currently, Plenipotentiary for Investments and Operations at the Oncology Center in Zagłębie – Szpital Specjalistyczny im. St. Starkiewicz in Dąbrowa Górnicza. Previously, Head of the Contracts and Legal Service Section, Legal Department of the University Hospital in Krakow. He has extensive experience mainly in the field of drafting economic contracts regarding specialized medical equipment, as well as IT contracts. She collaborated with the “Ogólnopolski Przegląd Medyczny” (“Polish Medical Review”) as a co-author of publications on the functioning of health care facilities in terms of various legal issues. Since 2014, the president of the Association of SNKOZ, which aims to consolidate the communities of managers of non-medical treatment facilities in order to build a new quality and a new image of health care services.
Jonathan Erskine – Executive Director, European Health Property Network (EuHPN, www.euhpn.eu), Non Executive Director, North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust, UK, Independent Research Consultant, Executive Director of EuHPN, www.euhpn.eu ,, Director non-executive, North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust, UK, Independent Research Consultant
Stefan Märke – Senior Consultant, walkerproject ag, Switzerland, Starszy consultant, walkerproject ag, Szwajcaria
Anna Bodgan, PhD – TNO, Netherlands), Dr Anna Bodgan – TNO, Holandia), Professor of WUT, employed at the Faculty of Building Installations, Hydrotechnics and Environmental Engineering of the Warsaw University of Technology, Vice -president of the Polish Association of Sanitary Engineers and Technicians, member of the Federation of European Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Associations (REHVA). Profesor Politechniki Warszawskiej, zatrudniona na Wydziale Instalacji Budowlanych, Hydrotechniki i Inżynierii Środowiska Politechniki Warszawskiej, Wiceprezes Polskiego Stowarzyszenia Inżynierów i Techników Sanitarnych, członek Federacji Europejskich Stowarzyszeń Ogrzewania, Wentylacji i Klimatyzacji (REHVA).
Igor Madej, MD, PhD, MBA – specialist in general surgery and oncological surgery. Head of the Operating Theaters of the Lower Silesian Center of Oncology, Pulmonology and Hematology in Wrocław. for years involved in the construction of hospital units as a conscious user and advisor of user-friendly and safe solutions for the patient. He is also an auditor of quality systems, as wellas a fan of spreading knowledge, beauty and photography.
Georg Jankowski. Georg is currently the Managing Director of IQS CERT is Dipl. Ing. Georg Jankowski. He gained his extensive professional experience at all management levels in companies such as: Kraftwerk Union Berlin, Deutsche Industrie Werke GmbH and Lufthansa AG.
Since 1990, as an expert at TÜV Nord e.V. Hamburg carried out audits of management systems for TÜV Cert and conducted a number of lectures and trainings in Germany. He is an expert in the field of product management and certification systems. From 1996 he was employed at DEKRA AG. In 2001, he founded the certification body DEKRA Certification Sp. z o.o., in which he was the President of the Management Board for many years.
In May 2012, he was the laureate of the nationwide plebiscite “ISO Quality Man of the Year 2011”, the aim of which was to select a person who in 2011 contributed significant achievements to the development of management in our country.
Daniel Eriksson is the founder of Nordic Center for Sustainable healthcare.
He has worked with healthcare sustainability in different settings for 20 years. He has led numerous projects on three continents, worked with hospitals, universities, governments, regions and companies within the field. He is also the CEO for TEM at Lund University and has a position as a Research Director for Beside you group in Italy.
Nordic Center for sustainable healthcare was founded 2015 and has 120 members from 17 countries. NCSH mission is to raise awareness of sustainable healthcare, boost innovations, bring the best solutions to the Nordics and deliver Nordic solutions to the world.
Mikael Fjällström – Senior business developer – Swedish Energy agency. The Swedish Energy Agency is leading society’s transition to a sustainable energy system contributing with facts, knowledge, and analysis of supply and use of energy in Sweden, as well as work towards security of energy supply. Research on new and renewable energy technologies, smart grids, as well as vehicles and transport fuels of the future receives funding from them. They also support business development that allows commercialization of energy related innovations, and ensure that promising cleantech solutions can be exported. Also official energy statistics, and the management of instruments such as the Electricity Certificate System and the EU Emission Trading System, are their national responsibility.
dr Iwona Mazur (President of the Management Board of the Lower Silesian Department STOMOZ) – doctor of economic sciences in the discipline of management science, specialist in the field of public health. Assistant professor at the Department of Public Health of the Medical University in Wrocław, long-term director of an independent public health care facility, academic lecturer, expert evaluating projects co-financed by the European Union. An expert in the field of mental health management and organization, community care organization, mental health promotion with particular emphasis on child and adolescent psychiatry. His research also focuses on mental health issues in Europe, in particular in the context of migration and refugeeism.
dr Piotr Karniej (STOMOZ Department of Lower Silesia) – doctor of economics in the discipline of management science, specialist in the field of public health, member of the GRUPAC (Grupo de Investigatión en Cuidados) research team at the University of La Rioja (Logrono, Spain). Head of the patient service department, medical assistant in a medical entity. Consultant in the field of strategic management in health care and data security in health care, expert evaluating in projects co-financed by the European Union. Author and co-author of numerous scientific publications in the field of public health, epidemiology and health care organizations. Academic lecturer, certified HIV / AIDS advisor. In his research, he focuses on the issues of health exclusion, HIV / AIDS epidemiology, health care coordination and managing the availability of health services.
dr, Enginer of Architecture Jan P. Cieśla – A specialist in health and accessibility in architecture. WELL Faculty, member of the Task Force on COVID-19 and Other Respiratory Infections at the WELL Building Institute. Co-founder of the Model Senior Housing MIMOWIEKU, the first apartment in Poland in the active aging concept. An expert in the field of certification of the health-promoting nature of buildings (the first WELL certification in Poland) and improving the efficiency of workplaces (project manager for the implementation of BURO HAPPOLD headquarters in Warsaw and Berlin). Author of publications on design for people with disabilities. Expert in the framework programs of the European Commission – Horizon 2020.
Jukka Vasara is the Vice President of Granlund Group and the Chairman of Integrated Hospital Design Alliance (IHDA). His job is to lead and develop Granlund’s hospital and clean room design. Jukka Vasara has led more than 10 hospital design projects in Finland and several cleanroom projects in Finland, China, India, Russia and the United Kingdom. He is committee member of European CEN/TC156WG18 standard working group ”Ventilation in Hospitals” and also member of International ISO/TC 209 working group on clean rooms standards.
Granlund is the Finnish market leader in MEP design. Outside Finland, Granlund operates in Asia, the Middle East, the Nordic and Baltic countries and the United Kingdom, among other locations. We employ 1,200 experts. Granlund’s key goal is to make properties more functional and smarter and to improve human well-being in the built environment.
Integrated Hospital Design Alliance combines top Nordic expertise in hospital design from healthcare analysts and hospital architects to HVAC design and construction management specialists. www.ihda.fi