Event Conference: Five years of 'Celsus, academy for sustainable healthcare'


About this conference How do we keep our healthcare system affordable?

During this conference, the researchers from Celsus, academy for sustainable healthcare present their main findings regarding the affordability of our healthcare system. Also, prominent healthcare professionals will debate the affordability of the healthcare system in the Netherlands and abroad.

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About this conference How do we keep our healthcare system affordable?

How do we keep our healthcare system affordable? That was the central question that Celsus, academy for sustainable healthcare, studied over de the past five years. During the conference on 19 April, the researchers present their main findings and prominent healthcare professionals will debate the affordability of the healthcare system in the Netherlands and abroad. Gert Westert (Radboud university medical center) and Katja Mur (Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport) will chair the debate.

Guests include Elias Mossialos (director of LSE Health), Joris van Eijck (director of Healthcare at Menzis), Corinne Tutein Nolthenius (director of Healthcare at Rivas), Ernst van Koesveld (director Health Insurance at Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport), Henk Bilo (internist at Isala Clinics), Hester Vermeulen en Kees van Laarhoven (professors at Radboudumc) en Jerry Allon (co-founder Veerkrachtfabriek).

Bruno Bruins, Minister for Medical Care will receive the first edition of the book ‘Betaalbare zorg’ from Leon van Halder, chairman of the board of the Radboud university medical center. This book is one of the books published by the Celsus academy in the series ‘Betaalbaarheid van de zorg’.

The Celsus academy is an initiative of the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport in collaboration with IQ healthcare, part of the Radboud university medical center.


Practical information

  • 19 April 2018, 13:30 - 17.30 hrs.


Registration and additional information

Admission is free. Attendees will receive a free edition of the book.

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