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Deloitte is a professional services provider with well over 240,000 staff and with offices in more than 150 countries around the globe. With more than 5,500 employees and 14 offices spread across the Netherlands, Deloitte is one of the largest professional services providers in the field of accountancy, tax advisory, consultancy, risk advisory or financial advisory.

The health care practice is one of the fastest growing services within Deloitte, both in the Netherlands and internationally. The rise and exponential growth of new technologies will radically change the health-care landscape in the years to come. This trend will affect all health-care organizations and technology companies both from an innovation perspective as well as a legislative and regulatory perspective.

Deloitte knows the challenges the health-care industry faces and translates them into creative and innovative opportunities. Given its complexity and to drive success, a multidisciplinary approach is key. This has been of the main drivers for incorporating the “Digital Health Compliance” label (DHC). Hence, the DHC professionals are part of an integrated team with knowledge of and experience in a wide range disciplines. Likewise, DHC has broken down the “walls” surrounding the Deloitte entities, ensuring integrated collaboration between cross functional professionals. Digital health-care challenges are therefore tackled efficiently and effectively.

We regard collaboration within a multidisciplinary team as the key to success. We serve a variety of clients in the health-care industry ranging from start-ups to multinationals. We will be your partner and enable you to benefit from the digitization while remaining to be complied with the legislative and regulatory framework.

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Hokkie Blogg
Partner Deloitte Risk Advisory
Peter Kits
Partner Deloitte Legal
John de Kok
Partner Deloitte Risk Advisory
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Partner Deloitte Risk Advisory

Hokkie Blogg

Hokkie Blogg is a partner at Deloitte who leads the public sector practice within Risk Advisory B.V. Hokkie has more than fifteen years of international experience in ICT & Business Consultancy, project management and commercial affairs within the energy and public sector. He has a strong track record focused on business and technical consultancy.

Hokkie is product lead in respect of “connected cars” within the cyber security team in the Netherlands. He is a member of the global cyber security community and the contact person for public sector innovation. Hokkie holds a master’s degree of the Delft University of Technology.

Partner Deloitte Legal

Peter Kits

Peter is a partner at Deloitte who leads the Deloitte Legal IP/IT privacy practice. Peter specializes himself in intellectual property and advises on privacy and security, Big Data, e-commerce, IT contracts and cloud computing in the health-care industry (i.e. cure-care, industry, quality institutes, local health hubs and insurance companies. Peter publishes about these topics, participates in public health debates from the ministry of Health, Welfare and Sports (VWS). Furthermore he provides guest lectures about processing personal medical data at the University of Utrecht. Peter guides the Digital Health Compliance team within Deloitte.

Partner Deloitte Risk Advisory

John de Kok

John is a partner at Deloitte who leads the Healthcare & Life Science practice within Risk Advisory B.V. He is particularly interested in how technical innovations and new citizenship impact the way we manage our health and well-being and the governance of the health care system as a whole. John brings over 20 years of experience in both domains which he gained as a director at Pfizer Inc. and director/owner of an independent treatment centre focus on cardiovascular diseases. Moreover, he is part of multiple supervisory committees of care institutes, trainer on leadership at post academic degrees of the Erasmus University and “de Baak” and trained as a pedagogue, physiologist and industrial and organizational scholar.