Apresentacao 1 Dia Malta

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Apresentacao 1 Dia Malta

  1. 1. Hope @ Malta 2009 Joao Mendes Reis Portugal
  2. 2. Portugal Rationality Emotions
  3. 3. Hope @ Malta 2009 From the Nation to the People… Portugal  HealthCare System  ULSAM  Sourcing  Me
  4. 4. Hope @ Malta 2009
  5. 5. Hope @ Malta 2009
  6. 6. P O R T U G A L
  7. 7. Co un try Fin la nd M a lta A us tria Po rtu ga l G D P (M B illio n s) 1 90 9 29 7 23 5 P O R T U G A L G D P G ro w th 2 ,4% 3 ,0 % 2 ,1 % 0 ,9 % G D P C ap it ( T ho us a nd s ) 36 23 33 22 In fla tio n 2 ,7% 0 ,9 % 1 ,9 % 2 ,4 % Po pu la tion (M illio ns ) 5 0 ,4 8 10 Area ( sq /K m ) 33 8 .14 5 31 6 8 3.8 58 9 2.3 9 1 Po p D en sity 15 1 2 66 98 10 8 Ca p ita l H els in ki V alletta W ie n L isb o a B ig ges t City H els in ki Birkirkara W ie n L isb o a La ng ua g e Fin ish / Sw e d is h M altes e/ En glish G e rm an P o rtug ue se G ov ernem ent Se m i- P resid e ntial Rep u b lic P a rla m en tary Re p ub lic Re p u blic P arlam e n tary D em o c rac y In d epen den t 1 91 7 1 9 64 19 5 5 11 4 3 U E E ntry 1 99 5 2 0 04 19 9 5 19 8 6 G IN I Po sitio n 26 28 26 38 H DI P os ition 12º 36º 1 4º 3 3º Lif e Ex pe cta n cy 78 ,3 5 79 ,1 5 7 9,2 1 7 7 ,8 7 Ch ild D ea th ra te (fo r 1000) 3 ,6 ( 4º ) 3,9 ( 6º ) 4 ,7 (1 3 º) 5 ,1 (2 0 º) Cu rrency Eu r Eu r E ur E ur GINI Index - measure of the extent to which the actual distribution of income, consumption expenditure, or a related variable, differs from a hypothetical distribution in which each person receives an identical share. HDI Index - used to rank countries by level of quot;human developmentquot;, which usually also implies whether a country is a developed, developing, or underdeveloped country
  8. 8. Portugal today more than you can imagine
  9. 9. new perspective This about a country you don’t know. It’s about facts that will surprise you. It’s about brands that are all over the world, often on your doorstep, but you do not realise where they come from.
  10. 10. maximum speed, maximum safety Do you know what NASA and ESA (European Space Agency) do to avoid critical situations arising in their computer systems? And what does London Underground or the railway networks of The Netherlands, Norway, Finland and Denmark do when they need rail management software? They go to Portuguese companies. Critical Software is a global point of reference in the development for critical information systems. Meanwhile, SISCOG continues to attract the world’s most demanding customers.
  11. 11. experts in precision International demand for machinery made in Portugal (moulds, electronics, automotive components, pneumatic and hydraulic equipment, etc.) continues to grow and assist the development of countries throughout the world. Did you know that machinery is Portugal’s No. 1 export?
  12. 12. design and engineering Did you know that Portugal is a state-of-the-art point of reference and reliability in the moulds industry? Samsonite, Nokia, Mercedes-Benz and Porsche are just some of the famous names that rely on Portuguese talent and engineering.
  13. 13. new generation fabrics Did you know that 26 million Americans sleep on Portuguese sheets? And that Portugal leads Europe in home textiles and is the third largest exporter in the world? Portuguese brands stand out because of their sheer innovation: intelligent fabrics, fabrics that are fire- retardant, anti-bacterial or have therapeutic and hydrating properties.
  14. 14. desired brands Did you know that leading celebrities prefer to wear Portuguese brands? The same is true of Fepsa, manufacturer of felt hats or Vicri, a brand of menswear chosen by such leading figures as Tony Blair, the King of Spain, and Bill Clinton. It is also worn by celebrities like Hugh Grant, Ben Affleck and Luís Figo. And the list goes on: Lanidor, Dielmar, Diniz e Cruz, Ímpetus, Salsa Jeans are some of the brands you will hear about.
  15. 15. shoes of the future Did you know that Portugal leads the world in footwear technology? That it is Europe’s No. 3 exporter? That it invented bullet-proof shoes? Ninety million people in the world choose Portuguese shoes. Steven Spielberg is one of them: the Portuguese brand Swear supplied the shoes for Star Wars. And Fly London, Yucca and Aerosoles just keep growing.
  16. 16. Power in the palm of your hand Did you know that it was Portugal that invented pre-payment cards for mobile communications? And that in Portugal you can buy a cinema ticket and choose where you sit – by mobile phone? Mobycomp, Ydreams(creator of technological solutions for global customers such as Adidas, Vodafone or Nokia) and of course, Portugal Telecom, are the world’s most innovative companies in this sector
  17. 17. hidden leadership Portugal is acknowledged as being the world’s leading cork producer. But there are also some lesser known areas in which it leads. Did you know that Number Five has captured 75% of the world market for self-identification? And have you heard of Altitude (leading supplier of technology for call centres and CRM), and what about Chipidea (world leader in the design of analog solutions that provide the interface between digital technology and the real world)?
  18. 18. light and design Did you know that the Portuguese company Vista Alegre /Atlantis is one of the 10 main porcelain producing groups in the world? Other major brands such as Spal, Topázio, Cutipol or Sátira offer creativity and design for a happier home.
  19. 19. pure energy Did you know that Portugal is building Europe’s largest solar power station? And that wind power is the main target for investment? Have you heard of SRE? This is a Portuguese company that researches and develops products based on the use of hydrogen. All of these are aimed at new forms of energy – economical, clean and peaceful.
  20. 20. technology for life Beating incurable diseases or preserving stem cells for regenerative medicine are the everyday concerns of companies such as Biotecnol, Alfama (winner of the European start-up prize in 2005), Crioestaminal, Medinfar /Cytothera, Biocant and IBET. Others are developing new pharmaceutical solutions – companies such as Bial and Cipan. All these companies are working to achieve a better life – surely they deserve to be known?
  21. 21. passion for construction From Asia to America, from Africa to Europe, for centuries Portugal construction skills have presented challenges, made their mark and endured. Do you know how? With Portuguese architects, engineers and materials. The airport on Madeira and the Ponte da Amizade on Macau are just recent examples.
  22. 22. for the table, nothing but the best Did you know that in the last International Wine Challenge, Portugal won 265 medals - of which 16 were gold? Among these was Guru 2004, created by the winemaker Sandra Tavares da Silva, which walked off with two awards: the best white of the year and the best wine of the first year’s production. In the same competition, Sogrape alone won 23 medals. In addition, there is port, olive oil, the best fish and shellfish in the world and all the advantages of a Mediterranean diet with an Atlantic flavour.
  23. 23. great experiences Shopping centres in Portugal are global experiences offering culture, entertainment and shopping. Sonae Sierra is a European leader in the creation and management of these consumer giants
  24. 24. navigating – always pioneers Nelo is one of the best-known kayak brands in the world. First in Sydney, and then more recently in Athens, its kayaks helped several teams and athletes to win medals at the Olympic Games. They are Portuguese in design and production and their technology revolutionised standards for top competition in this field.
  25. 25. tourism: more diversity per m 2 Portugal is a unique destination: no other country in Europe can offer so much diversity within such sort distances. A destination with sunshine and the Atlantic Ocean, the history of all the continents concentrated in just one place, a people who speak everyone’s language because they speak the universal language of emotion. Our visitors always want to return.
  26. 26. People: what really matters To be Portuguese is to be sociable, warm- hearted, imaginative, sentimental, open to the world. It is to be passionate about new things, new ideas. It is to be proud of one’s heritage, without any trace of arrogance. Above all, it is to make oneself available. .
  27. 27. Portugal a friendly and reliable global partner Our Past is well-known: a nation of explorers and pioneers, forerunners in trade and international contact. Our Present is not well-known, but hopefully better known after this brief presentation: a country with high-quality infrastructures, a leading niche provider of telecommunications, technology and services. But it’s our common Future that is important: think of us as a country that is nearby, always committed to new discoveries and innovation. Your friendly and reliable global partner.
  28. 28. Hope @ Malta 2009
  29. 29. • National Health Care Institutions – Health Regional Association • Health Centers Groupings • Health Centers – Health Extensions – Familiar Health Unit – Hospitals (District, Regional and Local) – And now we have Health Local Units
  30. 30. • Health Regional Association – 5 Regions – 3 / 4 Sub Regions for each Region ( 18 Sub Regions) – 10 / 15 Health Center for each Sub Region (240 Hcenters) – 10 / 20 Health Extensions for each Sub Region (3500 Ext)
  31. 31. • Familiar Health Unit – Imported from NHS – Contract made directly with group of max. 8 doctors – Objectives to meet and finantial support – Conversion of Health Centers – Future is all Health Centers turn Familiar Health Unit
  32. 32. • Hospitals – 202 Hospitals – 8 are central – In 2004 started the EPE transformation – EPE (Business Public Entity) – Map shows the EPE Hospitals wich are 50 already and growing
  33. 33. • Health Local Units – 4 already created – Map of ULS Alto Minho, EPE – 2 Hospitals – 12 Hcenters – 25 Hextensions – 2 Continuous Care
  34. 34. •Improve the interaction with the population, better qualitty and effectivness •Improve the humanity of the system •Focus on : primary care, continuous care and medicin policy •Evolve to an Business Management Model focused on Objectives and IT Excelency
  35. 35. Hope @ Malta 2009
  36. 36. Figu re H o sp it a ls P rim a ry Ca re N um ber En tities 2 40 B eds 4 00 0 Po pu la tion 25 0.0 0 0 M ed ics 5 00 24 0 N ur ses 84 7 280 T echn icia n s 12 0 150 Oth ers 1 02 0 430 2 48 7 11 00 T o ta l H R 3 58 7 Co ns ults 1 M illio n 50 0 T h ou s an d Fina n tia l Re su lt - 1 M illio n Eu ro s + 7 M illion Eu ro s
  37. 37. Hope @ Malta 2009
  38. 38. Serviço de Operações Francisco Moura Compras Gestão Cliente Interno Planeamento e Sourcing Logística / Encomendas Gestão de Stocks Fernando Taborda João Mendes Reis Fernando Sousa Armazém Prod. Armazém Prod. Distribuição Não Farm. Farm.
  39. 39. • Material non Pharmaceutical • Equipment – Clinic – Medical – Hotelary – Informatic – Administrative – Support • Pharmaceuticals • Works – Medicins • Maintenance – Reagents – Medicinal gases – Vacines • Services
  40. 40. • Criation of a new Plan aligned with the new legislation (CCP) • Analysis of Markets • Launch of Public Contracts Procedures • Management of contracts (incl. Consignation) • Catalogue managent and normalization • Interface internal external clients
  41. 41. Impacto Sourcing Cu stos 2 00 7 CMVMC 14 .6 5 7.0 37 € 19,1% FSE 11.7 78 .197 € 15 ,4% RH 4 6 .2 6 4.5 57 € 6 0,4 % A mor t 3 .6 6 5.6 50 € 4 ,8% Pr ov 137 .36 1 € 0 ,2% T ot al 7 6.6 34 .513 € 10 0,0 %
  42. 42. Impacto Sourcing C om pr as 2 00 7 M e rc a dor ias 185 .24 7 € 1,2% Fa r ma cê u tic os 11.4 54 .04 7 € 7 6 ,0 % M edi cam entos 9 .24 8 .0 22 € R eage nte s 1 .84 6 .3 07 € O utr os Pr odutos 35 9 .7 17 € C on sum o C lin ico 3.8 90 .25 1 € 2 5 ,8 % C on sum o H ote le iro 195 .22 5 € 1,3% C on sum o A dm in istra tiv o 180 .80 7 € 1,2% M a n ute nç ã o e Con se rv a çã o 148 .19 5 € 1,0% D e voluç õe s - 161.72 2 € -1,1% D e sco ntos - 8 20 .58 4 € -5 ,4% T ota l 15.0 71.46 6 € 10 0 ,0 %
  43. 43. Impacto Sourcing • New EU directives • Mandatory adoption of Electronic Plataform • New Institution since October (biggest in Portugal in area) • Middle of Profissionalizing process in Portuguese Health Care System • Sourcing Unit started from 0
  44. 44. Hope @ Malta 2009 Super... Sourcing!!!
  45. 45. • Born in 1979 in Porto (29 Years) • Industrial Management Engineering Degree • Master of Science in Operations Management Degree • 3 Years as Logistics Project Leader in Textile Company (1500 workers) • 1,5 Years as a Operations Consultant in University of Porto Business School • 1 Year as Sourcing Responsible until now
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