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May 3, 2017

Healthspring wins “Best Building of a Brand” Award at HBI Business Model Innovation Global Award – 2017.

Healthspring wins 'Best Building of a Brand'

Healthspring wins “Best Building of a Brand” Award at HBI Business Model Innovation Global Award – 2017

Healthspring was announced the winner in the category “Best Building of a Brand” during the recently concluded HBI 2017 Business Model Innovation Awards in association with KPMG in London.

HBI 2017 Business Model Innovation Awards in association with KPMG, is part of the largest CxO event in health care services bringing more than 500 leaders together under one roof.Entrants are judged by a panel of industry leaders.

This year the panel included industry stalwarts such as Dr. Markus Hamm (CEO, Schoen Kliniken), Richard Di Benedetto (President, Aetna International), Hedley Goldberg (Managing Director, Rothschild), Ernst Kuipers (CEO Erasmus MC University Medical Center), Dr. JeanClaude Marian (President, Orpea), Max Hotopf (CEO, Healthcare Business International).

The category “Best Building of a Brand” focuses on brands that promise and deliver real quality. This award is for operators who can demonstrate a holistic programme to build quality and to then demonstrate it to one or more of these groups: patients, residents, governments and referring doctors.

Healthspring was one of the 500+ applicants for these awards. After a round of submission of case studies and a round of interview, Healthspring was chosen as one of the finalists which included names such as Groupe Almage (France), Grupo Fleury(Brazil) & Apollo Hospitals (Bangladesh).

The development of high quality, low cost health care depends on massive innovation in the way services are actually delivered.

The HBI Business Model Innovation Awards was set up by publisher Healthcare Business International and in association with KPMG, to recognize health care services which can demonstrate scalable and successful new approaches to care that impact and improve quality outcomes as well as cutting costs