At Gupta Strategists, consultants are content driven.
We are a tightly knit, enterprising team of people with a great deal of trust in one another.

Over the past few years, Gupta Strategists has rapidly grown. Yet who we are has remained the same – a tightly knit team of content-driven people who have great trust in one another and who are focused on the highest standard. There are no formal titles, and assessment is based on individual merit and results achieved for clients. Each person has individual responsibilities within the team and we all stand on equal footing.

Team member

  • Maartje van den Broek

    Maartje van den Broek
    Contact information 06 57688587 maartje.vandenbroek@gupta-strategists.nl linkedin.com/in/maartje-van-den-broek-md-phd-476a8637
    Background
    • Studied medicine (cum laude) at the University of Maastricht
    • Did PhD research on the outcomes of liver surgery
    • Is a specialized surgical oncologist
    • Completed the Clinical Business Administration course at TIAS

    Value for the patient

    'I would like to contribute to healthcare that has as much value for the patient as possible. Working at Gupta, I can help think of smart(er) ways to design our healthcare system and help implement these changes. It is essential that all parties in the healthcare system work together to realize widespread changes. I think it is an interesting challenge to unite these different parties. My background in medicine and knowledge of management issues in healthcare prove to be a real asset.'

    Greater than the sum of its parts

    'In teams, we work on complex issues concerning quality, affordability and accessibility of healthcare. The variety in educational backgrounds, personality and experience ensures that a team can become greater than the sum of its parts. Gupta offers me such an inspiring environment in which I can combine my clinical experience and passion for realizing valuable healthcare with strategical issues found in practical cases: for me the perfect step in addition to my clinical career.'