ANDREA SILENZI

Silenzi

ANDREA SILENZI

Capitale Umano

ANDREA SILENZI graduated in Medicine and Surgery and obteined a PhD in Public Health and Biomedical Sciences at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Rome.

Specialist in Hygiene and Preventive Medicine since 2015, former president of the Italian Young Doctors Association (SIGM) in the three-year period 2015/2018, currently holds the position of deputy vice president of the Company Italian Leadership and Management in Medicine (SIMM – www.medici-manager.it) and member of the restricted board of the Working Group on Leadership in Public Health of the Italian Society of Hygiene, Preventive Medicine and Public Health (SItI – www.sitinazionale. org).

Since 2017 he has been a member of the Steering Committee of the Center for Research and Studies on Medicine Leadership of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart where he carries out training and applied research on Value based Healthcare, the modeling of systems, networks and paths for pathology in collaboration with the Oxford University Value based Healthcare Program directed by Prof. Sir Muir Gray. From 2018 to 2019 he worked at the Medical Directorate of Area Vasta 2 of ASUR Marche and currently works at the Strategic Directorate of the ATS of Brescia.

He is the author of scientific publications, monographs and works presented in national and international conferences on the topics of governance and health organization, leadership in health, health policies, global health, health & Web 2.0, medical training.

Credit

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Herbert Hoover

Health

Good health is essential to social and economical development and it empowers all of the public sectors.

World Health Organization

Innovation

Innovation is the specific instrument of entrepreneurship. The act that endows resources with a new capacity to create wealth.

Peter Drucker

Human Capital

Talent is a source from which water flows constantly renewed. But this source loses its value unless it is properly used.

Ludwig Wittgenstein