Healthcare Committee Meets with Danish Regions Adam Wolf
On November 1, members of AmCham’s Healthcare Committee gathered at the “Regions Hus” in Copenhagen for an executive roundtable with Adam Wolf, Managing Director for Danish Regions.
During the session, Adam Wolf highlighted current and future challenges in the Danish healthcare system and the need for innovative solutions to address these challenges. He also mentioned the idea of a Danish Technology Fund as a new initiative aimed at strengthening the healthcare system.
Other topics discussed included international investments in clinical trials, the Danish Medicines Council, and the possible impact of the upcoming Danish elections.
About Adam Wolf
Adam Wolf has been Managing Director of the Danske Regioner since 2012. Previously he served as Director General of the Danish Court Administration (2005 – 2012) and as Deputy Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Finance (1997 – 2005). Mr. Wolf also served as Counsellor at the Danish Embassy in Washington D.C. (1995 – 1997) and as Head of the Prime Minister’s Private Office (1991 – 1995).
He earned his master’s degree in Political Science and Public Administration from the University of Copenhagen in 1987 and completed executive educations from Harvard Kennedy School, Instead, ENA – Ecole nationale d’administration and Warton.
About AmCham’s Healthcare Committee
AmCham’s Healthcare Committee is a CEO forum for international research-based Life Science, MedTech Companies and IT companies specializing in healthcare solutions.