E5 | The 'win-win' of lowering the carbon footprint of healthcare

Presentation: The value of a better carbon footprint - How to consider ecological benefits in healthcare funding decisions?

Speakers:

Dr. Carolin Miltenburger, Owner and Principal - Miltenburger Consulting

Carolin Miltenburger, PhD (Berlin, Germany) is a Psychologist and Health Economist with over 25 years of experience in Market Access & HEOR. She had Senior Leadership Positions within pharma and MedTech and is now an independent consultant.

Dr. Fredrik Borgstrom, Health Economist  - Quantify Research AB

Fredrik Borgstrom, PhD (Stockholm, Sweden) is a Health Economist and partner with Quantify Research AB, a consultancy firm specialized on economic modelling and big data analytics. Together they have worked on several projects in chronic diseases.

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Presentation: The Whole Picture: A Physician’s Perspective on the Power of Life Cycle Assessment with Time-Driven Activity-Based Costing

Speaker: Dr. Jonathan Slutzman, Instructor in Emergency Medicine - Massachusetts General Hospital / Harvard Medical School

Dr. Slutzman is an Instructor in Emergency Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. He holds a BSE, with honors, in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Princeton University, an Intern Engineer Certificate from the State of New York, and an MD with distinction in disaster medicine from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Prior to a career in Medicine, Dr. Slutzman was a Consulting Environmental Engineer, completing projects in a variety of areas within environmental, health, and safety assessment. These included industrial facility audits, commercial and industrial site assessments, environmental life-cycle impact assessments, and disaster management exercises. He has completed, published and presented work on medicine and nuclear war, suburban flood hydrology, healthcare cost modeling, and environmental life-cycle assessment of healthcare processes. His academic focus is on the costs, both financial and environmental, of healthcare.

 

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