For the first time in the history of our company, a representative of Iplusmed was present at the Economic Forum in Karpacz. Participation in the largest economic event in Central and Eastern Europe creates opportunities for participation in in-depth discussions, inter alia, on the health care system and medical investments. This year’s edition of the Forum was held under the slogan “Europe facing new challenges”. We discussed challenges, opportunities and threats among experts, guests and stakeholders.
President of the Management Board of Iplusmed sp.z o.o. – Maciej Matłok, MD, PhD represented our company as an invited expert during a panel discussion on the safety of the medical sector and the issues of reconstruction of the healthcare sector in Ukraine, affected by the war caused by its eastern neighbor – Russia.
In war-torn Ukraine it is necessary to build a new rehabilitation center, unique on a European scale. The initiative taken by the Lviv authorities to create the Unbroken center deserves the highest appreciation. This center will ensure the performance of the necessary treatment procedures, treatment by a multidisciplinary team of specialists, stay in the conditions of the intensive care unit, but also inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient rehabilitation, and finally provide the facilities necessary for the production and servicing of necessary orthopedic devices such as advanced limb prostheses – said Dr. Maciej Matłok
Iplusmed has been invited to perform the role of a medical and design consultancy and, together with partners from Ukraine, is starting work on creating a feasibility study for the project.
The XXXI Economic Forum was held in Karpacz on September 6-8, 2022. The theme was the slogan: “Europe facing new challenges”. The event is one of the largest meeting platforms in Central and Eastern Europe, where not only are discussed about security, prospects for economic development, contemporary challenges and overcoming crises, but also presents specific solutions and innovative ideas. In 2022, the Forum was visited by a record number of 5,050 participants from 59 countries and 450 representatives of national and foreign media. Over 400 debates and presentations took place over three days.