Through Lucien Engelen’s company Transform.Health he operates at the intersection of Innovation & Strategy for boards, governments, corporates, and professionals via his role as Edge Fellow for the Deloitte Center for the Edge (Global), as Fellow for Vodafone Centers for Health (European), Laurentius Medical Center, and as faculty for Next Med Health since 2011 (formerly known as Exponent till Medicine by Singularity University).
In his lectures, keynotes, masterclasses, TED-talks and brainstorms and boardroom-sessions, Engelen is combining his knowledge and networks by always being challenging, sometimes being provocative, but always staying techno-realistic and grounded in (his own) daily practice.
His goal is to prepare for a soft landing into the future, meanwhile creating sustainable global healthcare for all.
As one of the 105 initial LinkedIn Influencers, over 800.000 people follow Engelen’s blog, and in his latest book, he describes what dramatic changes lie ahead for health and healthcare. It is at the intersection of technology and (digital) patient empowerment that Engelen feels most at home. He is the former and founding director of the Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre REshape Center and advisor to the Board of Directors (2010-2018) and his prior experience in healthcare brought him on to the forefront of health(care) innovation.
A documentary was released about Engelen’s work on National TV in 2014 titled ‘The patient in the lead’.
With three decades of tangible and award-winning experience in healthcare innovation, his incredible global network combined with his state-of-the-art graphics, humor, and thought-provoking vision, will support the needed change in your organization.
Healthcare in all its facets should be a reflection of what is happening in society, but then translated, let’s say adapted, with a few unique characteristics that are different for healthcare.
He talks about both the user interface UI, -the way we offer care-, and the user experience UX, the way the users experience the care, not the quality, but the total steps to be taken to make the process go through ‘Losing’ because society is increasingly digitizing: payment transactions, groceries, holidays, pension and insurance overviews, up to video visits from distant or distant relatives, but healthcare is lacking speed, intrinsic motivation and a plan #howto. This keynote is for both providers to help with the #howto and suppliers, policy makers how best to support.
With the aging population, increasing burnout complaints of healthcare workers, a shortage of skilled personnel, and rising costs, healthcare is heading for an implosion. This development has already started before the COVID-19 pandemic and has only intensified since then.
Healthcare is cracking at the seams, and the consequences of the pandemic are now affecting the entire economy. Lucien sees the solution in : health. In this lecture, he explains how other organizations and companies can take a role in this significant challenge and why he sees the answer in a cross-industry approach, where many other branches in the lives of people will step in, like financials, supermarkets, telco’s etc.
Projects, programs, lean, agile. These are all great tools. But what tools are actually successful if you want to create sustainable change? What did we learn during the pandemic, and what are the pitfalls?
Lucien Engelen goes into depth on the topics from his latest book: Augmented Health (care) ™; ‘The end of the beginning’. Why is the current healthcare system at the end of its lifecycle? What are the opportunities, and what should we be aware of?
When pursuing change and innovation within the organization, it is often better to implement a change program aimed at a permanent change in (business)culture than to roll out an innovation strategy. Lucien explains why this is the case and how it works
What technology will hit you breakfast table as a health(care) worker in the upcoming years, in 5, 10 and 25 years from now, and how to prepare
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"Lucien ran a thought provoking and engaging session at our event whereby he delivered a ~20 minute presentation on his work and background and then facilitated a ~45 minute panel discussion with representatives from the general public, followed by an audience Q&A. His presentation style was engaging with clear messages, and he navigated the panel discussion well to draw out useful insights and to ensure all voices were equally heard. Lucien executed our brief perfectly and feedback we have received from attendees have been positive."
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