Katharina Janus is Professor of Healthcare Management at Ulm University, Germany, and the Director of "Care-Tank", a global think-tank and research network. She also heads the Center for Healthcare Management. Dr. Janus focuses her research on the design and implementation of monetary and non-monetary incentive systems in healthcare organizations in order to support decision-making of healthcare professionals in complex situations and to change their behavior. Based on theories of organizational psychology Dr. Janus implements postmodern leadership structures in order to create learning systems, thereby reducing medical errors. She has been the principal investigator of several international studies on physician motivation and professional culture in collaboration with the Hannover Medical School, the University of California at Berkeley and Stanford University, USA. Additionally, Dr. Janus has been involved in political advisory councils and managed care projects on a national and international level. She also serves as a member of the board of Allianz private health insurance, Munich, Germany. Dr. Janus was a 2006-07 Harkness Fellow in Health Care Policy at The Commonwealth Fund and a Rockefeller Foundation academic fellow (2012). View Faculty CV here (PDF).