Welcome to the launch of the 2014 Euro Health Consumer Index (EHCI) January 27, 2015, in Brussels

Since 2005, Health Consumer Powerhouse has compared the performance of European healthcare to increase transparency, empower patients and drive outcomes. The EHCI has become an “industry standard” of modern, well-serving healthcare. As the European Commission now will develop methods to assess the member state health systems, the EHCI sets an example. Assessment strategies will be in focus of the seminar. The 2014 Index includes no less than 36 countries.
The launch seminar takes place in the Thon Hotel EU, Rue de la Loi 75, Brussels, room The Netherland II&III. You are welcome to join us there. The seminar is free of charge but pre-registration is obligatory. There will be a limited number of available seats.

Launch seminar program January 27:

Seminar hosts: Health Consumer Powerhouse and New Direction – The Foundation for European Reform

Keynote speech: “Health System Performance Assessment: reconciling the measurable with the meaningful”
Dr. Vytenis Andriukaitis, EU Health commissioner

The EHCI 2014 outcomes
Dr. Arne Bjornberg, Health Consumer Powerhouse

The EHCI diploma ceremony

The EHCI champion acceptance speech
High level representative of the 2014 winner

“What is the secret behind the rapid growth of Macedonian healthcare performance?”
Nikola Todorov, Minister of Health of the Republic of Macedonia

Q & A session

A final word from the hosts

End of seminar


Please register for the seminar by sending an e-mail with the headline “EHCI launch 2014” and your name, position and contact details to: info@healthpowerhouse.com. Please register no later than January 20. You will receive an e-mail confirmation.

Seminar speech video recordings will be made available at the website, replacing the previously announced webinar option. Follow HCP also on Facebook and Twitter: @HCPhealthindex

The EHCI 2014 has received unrestricted grants from Medicover S.A, Belgium, and the New Direction – The Foundation for European Reform, Belgium.