Michael Strübin is European Programme Director for the Personal Connected Health Alliance, a non-profit organisation that works collaboratively with health, technology and life sciences, public policy, research and advocacy groups to achieve personal connected health for all. PCHA, a division of HIMSS, hosts the annual Connected Health Conference (formerly the mHealth Summit) and publishes the Continua Design Guidelines, the international standard for interoperability of personal connected health devices and systems.
Michael leads PCHA’s outreach, communication and advocacy activities in Europe, and oversees the involvement in EU-funded projects. Before PCHA, Michael managed the European activities of the Continua Health Alliance and contributed to other associations in the health IT and social development field. Michael’s background is in strategic, programme and communications management. He studied liberal arts and political science at universities in Germany and the United States, and holds an M.A. degree in international relations from American University in Washington. He is based in Brussels, Belgium.