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Healthy Ageing

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Dr. Klein is healthy, Dr. Klein is 55+, Dr. Klein has spent 10 years with developing and implementing preventive medical concepts and principles for the SIEMENS AG in Munich during his time as one of their Occupational Health Specialists. Preventive medicine was given a breakthrough in 1986 when the WHO made a definition of what is health. Dr. Klein was the man of the first hour to translate “health being a goal” into corporate activities, corporate health management and corporate culture.

Nowaday, Dr. Klein is crystallizing his vast experiences in prevention for concepts and principles for managing the health of seniors, who are on themselves and not anymore under the protecting umbrellas of a company offering health management services internally. The GERAS project is one of these results for which he developed and coined the medical and preventive philosophy substantially.

According to experience and research for healthy ageing he suggests six pillars as factors which need to be translated into a culture surrounding the elderly for a perfect healthy ageing management:

  •           Exercise and motor activity
  •           Healthy food and drinks
  •           Social embedment and acknowledgment
  •           Self-fulfillment and participation
  •           Continuity and tradition
  •          Climate and a safe environment

Healthcare Development

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Since 3 years Dr. Klein develops with teams of freelancers solutions in healthcare and for hospital development. Find the projects at

Developing an innovation is not a trivial venture, it needs a dedicated team with a valuable vision. Strange enough, but the majority of innovations can be found when we consequently rethink processes and services with a focus to the customer. The word customer when used for a patient creates still resistance and cerebro-sclerotic reactions among doctors trapped in paternalistic medicine.

Dr. Klein thinks that medicine needs to be re-thought. On the other hand the big data progress and telemedical sensors seem to bring a paradigmatic change for traditional healthcare settings. The thrill has just begun to work.   


Medical Tourism

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The patient´s journey to health may invlude travel. Intercultural and cross-border medicine is a constant driver of innovation. A glamoorous industry.

The series of international medical tourism conferences started when Dr. Klein and a colleague were hanging around on a special trade fair in Moscow in October 2006 and were both surprised and shocked when they saw what kind of bullshit services wanted to enter the market. The hit was this service promising future parents green eyes for their children when deciding for a special fertility treatment.

The conversation was as follows. A: “There must something be done to stop this madness.”

B: “How do you want to do this? There is no international regulatory authority in medicine.”

A: “Maybe an international conference, but hell who should do this and how?”

Being the chairman of the congress, B invited A for the opening speech at the first international conference for medical tourism in Munich 2008, one and a half year later. B was Dr. Klein. The story reveals a bit about how B is thinking.

Culture Change

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Sometimes companies need to go for a change.

  A branch of a large company was practically bankrupt, the leaders came together for a large workshop in a hotel. The CEO visited Dr. Klein in his hotel room at midnight and spoke to him.

CEO: “We will change here everything, the departments, the structure, the organization. This is the hardware. You have studied the human brain. Make me a brainwash for 36.000 employees, our software.”

Dr. Klein: “Ay, ay Sir. ”They called it Culture Change from then on. The company made a turnaround and recovered for another 10 years. The visions did their work which was 20 years ago.


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  Sensitize – Verify – Accept – Transfer: this sequence is a didactic principle to get practical knowledge transferred to reality. We call it “training”.

Lao Tse said: “Put your self in the back and it will enter the room.” Same wisdom is true and is a good recipe to become an excellent trainer. The knowledge and skills you are asked to transfer to a group are part of your inner self. The transfer happens most effectively when the group needs to find it and explore your way of thinking rather than being fed with it aggressively and manipulatively.

Let the group shape the learning process and discover what the essentials are which they will need to apply in the future – rather than obeying their master and following slavishly his orders.

Training is fun or simply not effective.



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Life seems full of stories only when you integrate and reflect your daily experiences. Story writing is “inner hygiene” or “clearing the mind”.

With stories things can be told which are unbelievable otherwise and vice versa the unbelievable in phantasy may appear as a true story…

In the twilights of this instrument, the movie, we can wander between the real and unreal worlds. If we are skilled we can make the good side of things becoming stronger. Provided we can see the good things.

A list of the scripts and plots will come soon on

Click here to see a teaser of what has been realized. The movie achievements are listed in Dr. Klein´s CV. Click on his photo in the main menu.


Books and Writing

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     A colorful selection of freshly squeezed brain snacks.

Dr. Klein was authoring several books. “Only with humor and irony one can see clear”, is the motto of his style. And nothing is perfect without self-irony – Cary Grant could have said that.

In our manipulative media world there must be a voice for the unusual, for the new, for the under-represented insights, for people who need to find objective information.

Book projects of Dr. Klein and the magazine project “The” (click and read the prototype) try to get closer to these goals. This is why Dr. Klein is continuing his writing: books, movie scripts, articles.

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Dr. Uwe Klein

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Born at Nuremberg, 6.5.1951, four children 

Curriculum Vitae 

  • Project and Business Development for the GERAS Senior Healthy Ageing Village in Crete 
  • Project Coordination for the newly planned “Die Deutsche Klinik” in Qatar a 300 bed hospital owned by the Royal Family (Feasibility Study, Business Plan and Master Project Plan)
  • Currently coordination and project management of several international hospital developments, feasibility studies, business plans, commissioning with multidisciplinary team
  • Chairman of the IMTEC in Monaco 20132014 and 2015 in Dubai: International Medical Travel Exhibition and Conference organized by Informa (Arab Health)
  • Project proposal for an international magazine “The Patients.Com”
  • Organizer, Owner and Chairman of the European Medical Travel Conference 2010 in Venice,  2011 in Barcelona and in Berlin 2012
  • Managing Director of the project “Treatment in” in cooperation with Treatment Abroad, London
  • Current projects in hospital internationalization and cross-border affiliations and case management project  for the medical traveller in the destination region
  • Since 2008 until today CEO of Health Care Strategy Intl. GmbH, Munich. Consulting and networking in the international health care industry, organization of events, cluster management, project management services.
  • Invited speaker in the field of medical tourism and worldwide patient streams, hospital internationalization and marketing  in US, Italy, Portugal, India, Germany
  • 2009 Cooperation with EPOS on the development of feasibility studies for hospital projects abroad 
  • 2009 Chairman of the 2nd European Congress on Health Tourism in Budapest
  • 2007 organization and preparation of an innovative congress platform for medical tourism in 2008: 1. European Congress of Health Tourism (300 participants, Charity Event, held in April 2008)
  • 2005 - 2008: consultant to Europe Health GmbH Munich:

-       Strategic company development of an international patient service,

-       sales and marketing,

-       conference development,

-       medical and partner management,

-       consulting services to international clinics in Germany

-       Editor in Chief of the Europe Health Magazine 

  • 2004: Health Guide GmbH,  business development and management:

   build up of  an international preventive medical department at Starnberg Hospital (Checkup    
   medicine for managers and international patients)

  • 2002 – 2004E-Learning authoring and implementation of didactic concepts for AUDI, BMW, ZF, Vodafone.
  • Script writing and production of corporate communication movies: 

“Vision 2005 – Es sind die Menschen” (UMTS Vision, Corporate Movie for SIEMENS), 15 min video, 1996 

Telew@ys 2005” (Vision how people will work and communicate in 2005), 30 min video, 1997 

“Knowledge Management” (Educational movie for the Fed. Min. of Science and Education in Germany), 30 min video, 1997 

  • 1996 Founding of π Advanced Multimedia and Learnware Solutions Ltd. (later HCSI) and of Dr. Uwe Klein Training and Consulting 
  • 1995 – 1998: SIEMENS AG:  Masterplan, management and supervision of the restructuring project of the telecom branch of SIEMENS. (Culture Change). It was the first large project of its kind in Germany at this time. It included a complete change over and strategic repositioning of 7 different business units, implementation for a total of 36.000 employees worldwide in Germany, US, India and China

        More change and restructuring projects including trainings for:
        Bull, DASA, MAN, BMW Austria, Infineon, T-Systems, Vereinte Versicherung, VDI            
        and more during the years 1996 – 2001.

  • 1995 – ongoing: Activities and projects associated with change of management systems and globalization / trainings and clients:

Projects for implementing the Learning Organisation (Siemens, Infineon)

Change management projects (e.g. customer orientation with T-Systems) 

Intercultural  negotiation skills (VDI, T-Systems)

Creativity workshops (Siemens, MAN, Schörghuber, Arxes, EON)

Intercultural team development/post merger integration(Siemens Hongkong,    
  Siemens Beijing, T-Systems, VDI, Stuttgart Medical School)

Strategy- and leadership (Siemens München, Trane, Microsoft)

Vision development and implementation works (several companies in the IT sector, incl. SIEMENS)

Stress management (Siemens, VDI, T-Systems, high schools, other) 

Conflict management skills (BullVereinte Vers.)

Speaker on international hospital marketing

Management training of hospital staff

Speaker activities (Stress management, Creativity, Learning Organization, 
   intercultural issues)

1994: SIEMENS ROLM in Santa Clara, USA: assisting culture change projects

1993 -1995: Multiple courses and education in economics, management and communication skills 1985 - 1995 Occupational Health and Internal Medicine at SIEMENS AG in Munich, focused on:

Preventive medicine (concepts, courses, events, lectures, internal insurance consulting)

HIV prevention and communication campaigns with the Fed. Ministries in Germany (see also Handbook on “AIDS and Occupational Health”)

Stress management for executives (trainings and personal coaching, over 3000 managers trained from various clients)

Tropical disease prevention

Trainings in creativity development as a personality trait

Innovation shops (product developmentprocess innovation)

Personal coaching of higher management

Cultural integration and coaching of expatriate families and project teams in China, South East Asia, USA, Russia, Ukraine, Siberia, Oman

Medical Surveys for preparation of international hospital and telecom projects

Consultant of various commissions for tropical medicine and epidemiologic questions in Germany 

o  1993 Medical Survey  for SIEMENS to Siberia (Jekaterinburg, Cheljabinsk, Novosibirsk) for the preparation of a telecom project (Rostelekom)

o  1992 Medical Survey for SIEMENS in mainland China, Taiwan and Thailand

o  1990 Medical Survey for SIEMENS in Kiev due to radiation concerns of expatriates

o   1987 extended Medical Survey for SIEMENS projects in China Mainland

o    1985:  Examen for Specialist in Internal Medicine

o    1987:  Examen for Specialist in Occupational Health

o    1979 – 1985: postgraduate medical education at

-          Kreiskrankenhaus Erding

-          Zentralkrankenhaus Augsburg

-          Radiology Munich

o   1978: Examen of State in Medicine and ECFMG (US) and Doctors degree

o    1971 – 1978: University of Munich Medical School and McGill University in Montreal, Canada:

 Studies in

-          Anthropology

-          Ethology and Ethnology (behavioural sciences, projects in Borneo and Peru)

-          Psychology

-          Medicine

o    Elementary and High Schools, Abitur (University Entrance Diploma)

       Mannheim and Munich

o    Languages: English, Italian, German. Basics in Spanish, French, Cantonese.

List of Publications (only books listed here):   


Business Training

mvg Verlag, Landsberg, 2000

Contribution in: Absolute Customer Care

Wie verhindere ich Kundenorientierung?

(How to sabotage customer orientation)

Hrsg. A. Papmehl

Signum Verlag, Wien, 1998

100 Fettnäpfe im neuen Job –

 So versagen Sie als Führungskraft garantiert

(100 traps in your new job – a guide for guaranteed failure as manager)

Business Training

mvg Verlag, Landsberg, 1997

Das haben wir schon immer so gemacht –

Ein Kommunikationsratgeber für Veränderungsgegner

(The way we did it always – a practical guide for enemies of change)

Business Training

mvg Verlag, Landsberg, 1996

Innovationsprozesse: Kreativität und gehirngerechtes Arbeiten, München 1994

(Innovation: creativity and brain-adjusted work flows)

Stress am Arbeitsplatz


München 1992

(Stress at Work)

Konzentratives Entspannungstraining für Manager, München 1991

(Concentrative Relaxation Technique)

Der CAD-Arbeitsplatz

(The CAD workplace), in: Arbeitsmedizin,

Sozialmedizin, Präventivmedizin, 7/91

Handbuch AIDS und HIV-Infektionen

Betriebsärztliche Gesichtspunkte, Landsberg 1988

(AIDS and Occupational Health)


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 The smallest and most effective particles in communication. But what “are” they and how do they  affect thoughts? 

  The meme research is full of assumptions and  theories. Nobody could yet answer the question: “What is the biological equivalent of what we call a  meme?” The question only is for many a sacrilege  driven by the dogma that the mind is not a biological  phenomenon.

  But, wait, to where is this leading to? Are we  allowed to enter the magic circus of memes without  being punished for knowing too much in the end?  And what if thoughts can be contagious in the very  meaning of the word?

  To explore the secrets of memes is a never ending  exercise for our brain and keeps us young. Healthy  Ageing by finding memes? Has something….

  Oh yes, the answer for what they are is:
 The Murder Meme...


Impressum  - V.i.S.d.P. Dr. Uwe Klein, Zentaurstr. 3, 82110 Germering, Germany

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