Technology and health management: intimate enemies ?

Technology and health management: intimate enemies ?


Analysis of the impact of technology on health management, from the perspective of the organization and its efficiency.


Full name:Miguel Angel Máñez Ortiz
Filiation:Knowledge Management Unit. Madrid Health Service


Miguel Angel Máñez. Economist. Master in Health Administration from the UNED and the Carlos III Health Institute. He has also completed the Senior Management Program of Health Institutions of IESE. He currently works in the Knowledge Management and Professional Development Unit of the General Directorate of Human Resources of the Madrid Health Service.

He has held management positions in public health institutions in Madrid (Hospital Universitario de Fuenlabrada), Castilla la Mancha (Hospital Complex of Toledo), Comunidad Valenciana and Extremadura. Visiting Professor at the National School of Health, Instituto de Empresa, CESIF, ESIC, Generalitat Valenciana, Osakidetza, Andalusian School of Public Health, Gaspar Casal Foundation, etc. teaching courses on health management, marketing, web 2.0, innovation in health, leadership and human resources. He has also collaborated as a consultant with the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) in a project to improve primary care in Latin America.

He is editor of the blog Salud con Cosas and author of the book “Conversations on health management”.