Thomas Busse

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Thomas Busse (born January 2, 1957 ) is a German graduate economist . He has been Professor of Management of Nursing and Healthcare Facilities at Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences since 2001 .


After working for several years in surgical / anesthetic care, Busse studied economics at the University of Hamburg until 1986 . After working at the Dr.-Horst-Schmidt-Kliniken , he founded the management consultancy BIK Beratung im Krankenhaus (1990), of which he was manager until 2001. He is the author of various publications in the field of hospital organization and quality management (specializing in "OR management") and a member of the executive board of the Clementine Children's Hospital Dr. Christ'sche Foundation in Frankfurt and advisory board member of the Bürgerhospital and Clementine Kinderhospital gGmbH. Busse represents the Hessian Ministry for Science and Art in the State Care Committee of Hesse. In 2014 he was appointed impartial chairman of the State Arbitration Office for Dental Technology in Hesse, and in 2017 in Saxony-Anhalt .

Since 2001 he has been a professor at Frankfurt University of Applied Science (in the field of management of nursing and health care facilities) and is currently (as of February 2017) a. a. Director of the Center for Health Economics and Law (ZGWR). He is the initiator of the nationwide largest survey for nurses in the operating room, the "OP Barometer Care" (2008, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017) and u. a. Also co-designer of the part-time training for doctors and nurses to become "OR managers" at the Institute for Management Consulting in Health Care (IMBG) in Weinheim , member of the expert group "OR efficiency", as well as lecturer at the universities of applied sciences St. Gallen and Danube University Krems .

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