Anders Westlie has over 10 years of experience within health governance from both the Norwegian Directorate of Health and, in the latter 6 years, from the Norwegian Ministry of Health and Care Services where he served as senior advisor.
Westlie has extensive knowledge in the field of e-health and digitalization. He has had central positions in building e-health initiatives varying from the development of national strategies, interpreting consequences of technical issues to new policies, creating national structures for coordination, introducing new financing models and driving organizational change for increased digitalization. Westlie also had a central role in reorganizing the Norwegian central health administration in 2015, hereunder establishing the Norwegian Directorate of e-health.
Anders Westlie holds a Master of Philosophy in Health Economics, Policy and Management from the University of Oslo.
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2013 - 2019: Senior Advisor, Ministry of Health and Care Services, Oslo, Norway
2009 - 2013: Senior Advisor, Directorate of Health, Oslo, Norway
2007 - 2009: Research Assistant, University of Oslo, Faculty of Medicine, Institute of Health and Society, Oslo, Norway
2016: Masters Course in Government Management Between Policy & Public Management
2007: Masters of Philosophy in Health Economics, Policy and Management
2005: Bachelor in Political Science