• Wilfried von Eiff

    A professor in hospital management at the University of Münster since 1994, Wilfried is also a EFQM (European Foundation of Quality Management) Assessor focusing on procurement and logistics management, business process management, strategic management and medical cost control among other areas. He is also member of the board of directors at Kerckhoff Clinic Heart and Lung Campus Bad Nauheim.

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    Email —  ******@***uni-muenster.de
    Academic Director Centre for Hospital Management (CKM), University of Muenster Muenster, Germany
    Centre for Health Care Management and Regulation HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management —  Leipzig, Germany

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