MEDIAZIONE SANITARIA

 

15 maggio 2024 – dalle 16:00 alle 19:00

 

in presenza  

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Sala Girardi del Centro PIME

Via Mosé Bianchi, 94 – Milano

 

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Il Centro di Mediazione dell’Europa, del Mediterraneo e del Medio Oriente 

organizza 

in collaborazione con 

AmTrust Assicurazioni 

il convegno

MEDIAZIONE SANITARIA

Per evitare l’instaurazione del contenzioso e ottimizzare l’efficienza


 

PRESIDENZA DEL CONVEGNO

Presidente Renato Rordorf, già Presidente Aggiunto della Corte di Cassazione

INTRODUZIONE

•       Il Presidente del Centro di Mediazione del Centro Europeo di Arbitrato e di Mediazione

•       Dr. Leonardo Simonelli –Claims Director di AmTrust Assicurazioni

INTERVENTI

1.   La missione del medico e la sua attuazione

Dr. Danilo Mazzacane, Delegato dall’Ordine dei Medici di Milano

2.  Rapporti tra medico e paziente

Prof. Alfredo Anzani, Ospedale San Raffaele, Responsabile del Comitato Etico

3.  Rapporti tra Ospedale e Paziente

Dr.ssa Chiara Monti, Direttore Sanitario del Gruppo Kos          

4.  La gestione delle contestazioni del paziente

Avv. Luca Gancitano, Group General Counsel Gruppo Policlinico Abano Terme

5.  Ricostruzione dell’operato del medico e dell’ospedale

Dr. Michelangelo Bruno Casali, Medico Legale    

6.  L’aspetto assicurativo

Dr. Giosuè Guardascione, Head of Regulatory & Training Claims di AmTrust Assicurazioni

7.   L’intermediario assicurativo

Dr. Ennio Profeta, Broker Assicurativo

8.   Importanza sociale di risolvere problemi relativi alla salute senza contenzioso

Dott.ssa Milena Aramini, Dirigente Amministrativo Responsabile dell’U.O.C. Affari Generali delle ASST Pavia

9.   Il plusvalore ottenuto da un ben organizzato tentativo di conciliazione mediante il ricorso alla mediazione sanitaria

Mauro Rubino-Sammartano, Presidente del Centro di Mediazione del Centro Europeo di Arbitrato e di Mediazione

Lilia Andreoli, Presidente di AIMS

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Mauro Rubino Sammartano

Mauro Rubino-Sammartano, Chartered Arbitrator. is admitted to the Milan (Italy) and to the Paris (France) Bar and is an associate member, as an international arbitrator, of a set of barristers chambers in London, Littleton Chambers. He chairs the European Court of Arbitration, the International School of Arbitration and Mediation for Europe, te Mediterranean and the Middle East and the arbitration group of LawFed BRSA. He has launched the European Court of Arbitration’s Main Points and its Arbitrator’s Pledge, which characterize its approach to arbitration. He sits as an arbitrator, appears as counsel in arbitral proceedings and in court proceedings for challenges against awards. He has been a visiting professor at the Milan and Padua Universities and has chaired the Union Internationale des Avocats, the IBA’s International Construction Committee T, the IBA International Sales Committee and the IBA Mediation Committee. His main textbooks are International Arbitration : Law and Practice (3rd Edition, Juris 2014, 4 Edition in French, Larcier 2019), Il Diritto dell’Arbitrato, Cedam, 2010), and Appalti di Opere e Contratti di Servizi (Construction Law and Contracts for Services, Cedam 2006). His articles include A Continuous Search for New Horizons (ARIA 2012, Vol. 23, No. 2), The Arbitrator's Pledge Launched by the European Court of Arbitration (ARIA 2015, Vol. 26, No. 4) and A Second (Quasi-Perfect) Storm Also in Arbitration (JOIA, Vol. 34, 6, 2017).

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Fabrizio Marrella

Fabrizio Marrella is currently Full Professor of International Law at Cà Foscari University of Venice (Italy), and Visiting Professor at the University Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne and at Vanderbilt Law School (U.S.A.). In March 2019 he was Visiting Professor at the IHEI of the Université Paris II, Panthéon Assas. Over his academic career he has researched, taught, and practiced International Arbitration, International Business Law, International Law, International Investment Law and Maritime Law as well as Business and Human Rights. He is a member of the Italian Bar Association and has practiced over the years with ICCA Honorary President, Prof. Giorgio Bernini, in his Law firm where he has been Special Counsel. He has also pleaded before the European Court of Justice. He is a member of the ICC Commercial Law and Practice Commission (ICC Italian National Committee) and has previously been member of the International Arbitration Commission as well as of the ICC Commission on Corporate Responsibility and Anti-corruption. He has lectured in several top Universities across the world (i.e. Harvard, Columbia, Vanderbilt, Paris II, Geneva, Moscow, CUPL Beijing, Hitotsubashi Tokyo, Rome, Bologna, Milan, Innsbruck; London etc.) as well as for professional organisations. Prof. Marrella has also served as vice-Director of the Harvard University-Venice program where he has been teaching for many years a course on International Business Law.

Sir Michael Burton

Sir Michael Burton GBE Sir Michael Burton (until 2016 Mr Justice Burton) was appointed, after 14 years as a commercial QC, latterly head of Littleton Chambers, as a High Court Judge in 1998. As a High Court Judge of the Queen’s Bench Division for 18 years, he sat also in the Chancery Division and the Employment Appeal Tribunal, of which he was President from 2002 to 2005, and from 2006 regularly in the Commercial Court, where he continues to sit since ceasing to be a full time High Court Judge in 2016. In 2010 to 2011 he was Chairman of the High Court Judges Association. He was Treasurer of Gray’s Inn in 2012 and is a Bencher. He was Chairman of the Central Arbitration Committee (CAC) from April 2000 to November 2017 and was President of the Investigatory Powers Tribunal until 2018 (Vice-President 2000 to 2013). Since 2017 he has been Chairman of the Conduct and Disciplinary Tribunal of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. He sits as an arbitrator and mediator, and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and President of the Forum for International Conciliation and Arbitration (FICA). He has since 2016 been a judge of the Commercial Court of Abu Dhabi (ADGM Courts). He was appointed in 2019 Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the British Empire for services to the rule of law.