Hagai Dror is a healthcare leader with over a decade of experience in health economics and in leading national health reforms. Hagai led the budgeting of the Israeli ministry of health, overseeing more than 8 billion USD annually and over 20,000 personnel. He helped lead Israel’s healthcare system to a 90% patient satisfaction rate, top-tier rankings by international health measures, one of the lowest costs-per-patient in the world, and positioned Israel as a leading developer and exporter of healthcare innovation. In 2016, Hagai led Israel’s health ministry to establish Healthcare Israel – to deliver life-saving and cost-saving healthcare innovation technology and expertise to the world while developing knowledge, research and infrastructure in Israel.
Dr. Zaidise is the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of Healthcare Israel. Previously Dr. Zaidise served as the Associate Director of Sheba Medical Center (SMC) and Deputy Director of Rambam Medical Center in Haifa. He received his M.D. from Hadassah University Medical School in Jerusalem, and became a specialist in Obstetrics and Gynecology and in Endocrinology before earning a Ph.D. in Pharmacology and Nutrition from the University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles, and received a Master's degree in Health Administration from the Leon Recanati School of Business Administration at Tel Aviv University. Dr. Zaidise is the founder and the first head of the Health Administration Graduate Program at the School of Public Health, Faculty of Welfare and Health Studies at Haifa University, Israel, where he is also a Senior Lecturer.
Through Healthcare Israel, Mr. Gordon creates affordable, efficient and high technology healthcare solutions to meet the many healthcare challenges faced by foreign governments with Israeli healthcare solutions. In addition, Itai Gordon leads healthcare hardware and software solutions (HW & SW). Prior to joining Healthcare Israel, Mr. Gordon worked on large-scale projects for IBM, Hewlett Packard (HP), aerospace and defense firm Elbit Systems, the Israeli Air Force (IAF), the Justice Department, as well as in the telecom, finance and water industries. Mr. Gordon holds a Master of Science (MSC) degree from The Technion (Haifa), and has managed multibillion-dollar solutions for governments and private industries.
For almost a decade, Oranit has professionalized in the private, public and social sectors, mainly in the field of health economics. Oranit held economic position at the Israeli pharmaceutical marketing company (Madison) and volunteered at the non-profit social organization-Paamonim, were she guided families for budget planning. She held different positions at the National Security Council (NSC), and at the Ministry of Health, she was coordinator and director in the Budgeting and Planning division, responsible for budgeting billions. She constructed competitive economic models for geriatric care market, built complex models for social services tenders and led the team in charge of the budgeting government-owned hospitals. Today, Oranit is the Market Access Director at Healthcare Israel, where she is in charge of legal and economic aspects of Government to Government (G2G) projects.
Leading strategic digital health cooperation with countries and international bodies around the world. Managing collaboration projects and Government-to-Government (G2G) joint relationships to bring Israel’s E-health solutions and innovations to the world. Key projects include the National Health Information Exchange infrastructure (HIE), open-source EMR application for small clinics, national health-oriented Big-Data research platform, national B2B\B2C Telemedicine platform, and more. Amir has 15 years of experience in IT projects, including 5 years as Program Manager for two national IT healthcare programs for Israel’s Ministry of Health (National Emergency Room Program and Electronic Health Records), as well as 3 years managing complex computing projects in the field of national systems.
Sharon Gour Arie is responsible for sharing Israel healthcare innovation with the world through Healthcare Israel. With a Master's in Business Administration, and a BA in International Relations, Sharon coordinates the international relations and communications for Healthcare Israel. Previously Sharon served as an Analyst in the National Security Council (NSC) and the prime minister is Situation Room, and was a Lieutenant in the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF).
Adi Bergerzon heads the China and East Asia practice for Healthcare Israel, focusing on Government-to-Government (G2G) healthcare projects between Israel and China, at federal, state and municipal levels. Adi is proficient in Mandarin, Chinese (reading/writing/speaking), and is experienced in navigating cultural and interpersonal subtleties within the government and business sectors in China and in Israel. Previously, Adi managed airport security staff in Beijing, and commanded 50 soldiers as an officer in the Israeli army. She has a BA in economics and HR management.
For more than a decade, Eden has managed operations and administration in the private sector and in government healthcare – including for one of Israel’s biggest Health Maintenance Organizations (HMO) with 320 clinics and 150 pharmacies. For Healthcare Israel, Eden coordinates international Government to Government (G2G) delegations in Israel and around the world, is responsible for training staff, and is the public point of contact between Healthcare Israel and its partners in the healthcare field. Eden has a BA in accounting, and speaks three languages: English, Russian and Hebrew.
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