Hailing from a background of technology and healthcare innovators, Bjoern von Siemens is driven by the vision of creating stronger societies through better human health. Since 2007, Bjoern has been founding, investing and mentoring for the digital healthcare technology space. He co-founded surgical.ai in 2011, a healthcare investment group with $150m AUM. Bjoern also launched Caresyntax, a global leader in surgical analytics and automation with the vision of making surgery smarter and safer. As of 2022, Caresyntax’s vendor-neutral, enterprise-scale surgical data platform is used in more than 2’800 operating rooms worldwide and supports more than 32’000 surgical teams to improve care for more than 3 million patients every year.
Bjoern was educated at the London School of Economics, EBS Oestrich-Winkel and conducted several years of PhD research on behavioral psychology and entrepreneurship at both the University of St. Gallen and Harvard University. He published his research in peer-reviewed and management journals and authored a study and class on the history of Siemens at Harvard Business School.