Reinier Feitz, Hand Surgeon
Medical entrepreneur, Plastic and hand surgeon interested in value based healthcare, exponential growth and routine outcome measurements.
Bio: Reinier received his training as a plastic and hand surgeon in Groningen Universtiy, Free University of Amsterdam, Utrecht University Medical Center, Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam (NL), Royal North Shore and Westmead Hospital Sydney Australia. He passed both the European Handsurgery exam (FESSH), the European Plastic Surgery exam (EBOPRAS). Studied at Harvard University Managing Healthcare Delivery and in 2017: Singularity University, Executive Programme (CA, USA). He served as board secretary of Dutch association of Plastic Surgeons from 2005-2012.
Co-founder of Xpert Clinic, a private hand surgery practice with over 18 hand surgeons and over 100 handtherapists. He is privileged to treat many professional athletes and musicians. As a medical entrepreneur and hand surgeon he is a frequently invited speaker on national and international meetings. He publishes extensively in the field of hand surgery and is active as a medicolegal expert (NVMSR). He is also a board member of Equipe Zorgbedrijven and Incision.
His MTP (massive transformation purpose) is to change the incidental and ad hoc collection of patient data into a routine and democratized outcome monitoring system of health data. Originally he started in 2005 with this moonshot thought and by working slowly towards this with a team he finally realized to have a routine outcome measurement system (Pulse) in place for each hand surgery patient. His current goal is to apply predictive and individualized medicine to the field of hand surgery, focussing in particular at the TFCC, Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex.