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Meeting of the International Society of Orthopedic Centers (ISOC) April 29 – May 01, 2010 (Bologna). ISOC Meeting April 29 – May 01, 2010 (Bologna) Presenting the Schulthess Clinic Zurich. Background of Matthias Spielmann. Position Overview 2003 – dato CEO Schulthess Clinic, Zurich (CH)

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Meeting of the international society of orthopedic centers isoc april 29 may 01 2010 bologna

Meeting of the International Society ofOrthopedic Centers (ISOC)April 29 – May 01, 2010(Bologna)

ISOC Meeting April 29 – May 01, 2010(Bologna)

Presenting the Schulthess Clinic Zurich


Background of matthias spielmann
Background of Matthias Spielmann

Position Overview

2003 – dato CEO Schulthess Clinic, Zurich (CH)

Educational background

1976 – 1982 Grammar School in Economics; Zug (CH)

1983 – 1987 Hotel Management School; Lausanne (CH)

1992 – 1994 Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA); Zurich (CH)

2002 – 2004 Master of Health Administration (MHA); University of Bern (CH)

Further Education

2009 European Health Leadership Programme, INSEAD; Fontainebleau (F)

Overview of career

1988 – 1996 Manager/Vice Director/COO in Catering-, Hospital- and Hotel- Industry

1996 – 1997 COO Ami Clinic; Cham (CH)

1998 – 2003 CEO Public Hospital; Riehen (CH)


Key figures of switzerland
Key figures of Switzerland

Foundation 1291

Square 41‘285 km2

(divided in 26 cantons)

Population 7‘782‘900

Languages German (63,7%)

French (20,4%)

Italian (6,5%)

Romanic (0,5%)

Capital Bern

Economic Capitals Zurich and Geneva

Main Industry Banking & Insurance

Tourism

Pharma

Watches

Production Johnson & Johnson

Med. Tech. Zimmer GmbH

Companies Stryker AG

Medtronic AG

etc.


Brief overview of the healthcare structure and system in switzerland

Financial statistic

● Health providing in Switzerland 2007:

US$ 52 Mia

● Health costs

2007 = 10,8% GDP (USA 15,3%/F 11,0%)

Social insurance in Switzerland

● The federal statute of the new health insurance system was introduced 1996 and revised in the meantime three times already.

● Each person in Switzerland is insured obligatory (premium per head) and has therefore the right to get all medical services without paying additional fees.

● Auxiliaryinsured patients are free in the choice of the doctor as well as the hospital.

Brief overview of the healthcare structure and system in Switzerland


Schulthess clinic corporate film
Schulthess Clinic Corporate Film

Please dive in now for some minutes in the

world of Schulthess Clinic in Zurich!


The clinic at a glance
The clinic at a glance

Focus Orthopedic surgery

Founded 1883

Owned by non-profit foundation

Turnover 2009 US$ 139 million

Status

University clinic grade “A”

(Swiss Olympic Medical Center; FIFA Medical Center)

Employees/ totally800 of it are

Physician 35 Orthopedic Surgeons

45 Assistants

27 physician

(resident system = all employed)

Beds 160

Operating Rooms 9


Facts and figures 2009
Facts and Figures 2009

Number of cases total 8‘000

Divided after departments

Upper Extremities 1‘550

Lower Extremities 2‘700

Hand Surgery 850

Foot and Ankle Surgery 1‘400

Spine Surgery (incl. Neurosurgery) 1‘300

Pediatric Orthopedics 200



Overview of teaching research efforts
Overview of teaching & research efforts

  • Research

    • Scope: Outcome research, prognostic studies neuromuscular adaptation, osteoporosis, prosthesis development and clinical testing, injuries in football (F-MARC), pathophysiology of rheumatoid

      arthritis, …

    • Number of scientists: 14

    • Annual grant funding: $1 Million USD

    • No. of peer-reviewed articles: 101 in 2009

  • Teaching

    • University affiliation currently not available

    • Cooperation with ETH and University Zurich & Lausanne


Strategic plan direction major initiatives underway and future challenges
Strategic Plan/Direction/Major Initiatives underway and Future Challenges

  • Economic Success

  • Rise in Labor Costs and Medical Devices– Worsening Tariff System

  • Extension

  • Qualified Staff in Europe


The dream of… Future Challenges

…a low cost medicine!



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