Rudolf Mezei

Rudolf Mezei

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Mezei Rudolf
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CEO, Owner of OMRON-Hungimpex Ltd. 
Bio

Since 1991 he has been leading the Hungarian brand representation, sales and development center of the Japanese-based OMRON Healthcare Division. For nearly three decades, he has conducted and implemented prevention, research and development programs that determine the qualitative hypertension, health, and chronic disease prevention, making digital blood pressure monitoring and international practice based on it accessible to everyone at home, as well as providing the education of same. In 2010, he developed, tested and marketed the first service product category, value chain, and partner network to create large data assets related to digitalized health status, which product is recently entering the market abroad, in strategic cooperation with foreign and domestic partners. He was the first to launch a health monitoring service based on the quality-assured, certified, IoT connected device structure and digital medicine data processing method for domestic health care providers and pharmaceutical industry stakeholders. He graduated in 1983 from the College of Foreign Trade and later in 2012 got degree in economics, specialized in healthcare management from Corvinus University. Together with his colleagues, he became committed to the strategic planning, research and modeling of the future of domestic health prevention, resources and predictive setups in domestic and international projects, expert’s and IT professional programs, and received his qualification in this field at Eötvös Loránd University Health Politics MSc. degree in 2019. Under his leadership, several domestic and foreign programs are underway to systematize digitized markers of chronic illness health conditions, organize them into big data assets, data mining, as well as develop related artificial intelligent algorithm systems, predictive analytical modeling of health status data, and integration into business applications via standard platform. As a publisher of numerous lectures, articles and on-line entries, he aims to modernize domestic health prevention based on digitalized data, to prepare the decision-makers, medical professionals, and the public to appreciate, receive and use digital data-based healthcare.