Henrik Schødts is Project Chief Executive of the New North Zealand Hospital responsible for the planning and construction of a new acute hospital in Denmark with service of 325.000 citizens and a budget of 603 million euro. He is also Deputy CEO of North Zealand Hospital, responsible for innovation. Himss Europe has listed Schødts as one of Europe’s 50 most innovative leaders within tech, innovation and healthcare.
Schødts holds a Masters in Political Science from the University of Copenhagen (2003) and a graduate Diploma in Business Administration from Copenhagen Business School. Schødts has executive education in Innovation and Leadership from UC Berkeley and Columbia Business School. He is a guest lecturer at Said Business School (Oxford University) on the complexity of mega projects.