Juliana Ascolani holds a master’s degree in health economics and management and a bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering. Working in health project management for the last 5 years, Juliana has been actively collaborating in ensuring that everyone, without barriers or distinctions, gets access to integrative health.
She has worked for the largest public health insurance in Argentina, for the private sector in Germany and for an international non-profit medical-humanitarian organisation that assists people in conflict and emergency situations. This combination of experiences in the public, private and third sectors enables her to navigate the various aspects of the health system with a solid knowledge base.
When it comes to digital health, Juliana is particularly interested in how digital environments can bridge the health access gap and help people stay healthy, with an emphasis on wellness promotion and disease prevention.