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Prof. Dr. Rainer Bernnat


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Honorary Professor

E-mail: bernnat AT is-augsburg.de
Tel.: +49 821 598 - 4431
Fax: +49 821 598 - 4432


Curriculum Vitae

Prof. Dr. Rainer Bernnat is Vice President at Strategy& (formerly Booz & Company) in the Frankfurt Office and leads the practice groups “Information Technology” and “Public Sector” in Europe. His major consulting interest is in the area of transforming strategic requirements of service industry clients into IT strategies and architectures that meet their business needs with special focus on healthcare and public sector clients. Furthermore, he advises German Government Institutions to increase efficiency and effectiveness by integrating digitization in their organizations and processes. Since many years, Prof. Dr. Bernnat is supporting the introduction of the electronic healthcard in Germany, e.g. with the following engagements:

  • Cost-Benefit-Analysis for the introduction of the electronic healthcard and support of the client leadership team with strategic topics
  • Scientific evaluation of the introduction in a test region
  • Concept of a restructuring program for the introduction of the eGK for the lead association of  German public payors
  • Real-world introduction of the eGK in the test region “North-West” in Germany

Prior to his time with Strategy&, Prof. Dr. Bernnat worked at IBM for five years. During his employment he was responsible for several sales, marketing and management positions in Germany, Denmark and France.

Prof. Dr. Bernnat holds a Diploma and a PhD in business administration. During his university time in Frankfurt, Germany and Pamplona, Spain he gained working experience with several Spanish and German companies in the banking industry. He is honorary professor at the chair of “Information Systems and Management” of Prof. Dr. Daniel Veit at the University of Augsburg. In addition, Dr. Bernnat is active in several boards and committees, e.g. member of the IT-Gipfel of German Government, board member of D21 with focus on eHealth and Vice President of Special Olympics Germany.

 

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