Dermatology multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural

2019 Annual Report

The Supervisory Board supervises the policy of the Executive Board within the meaning of Article 6.1. WTZi-implementation Decree and acts as a resonance body for the Board. In accordance with the Rules governing the Supervisory Board of the Stichting Statenkliniek, the Supervisory Board has approved Article 3.2(a) of the Foundation's Annual Report and Financial Report for 2019.

The report was presented to the Board in May 2020 and subsequently discussed with the Board and a representative of the Accountancy and Trust Office Advision.

The Board assesses whether the Board considers the importance of the social function of the Foundation. In practice, this means that the Supervisory Board, together with the Board, reviews and assesses all internal and external developments. In doing so, particular attention is paid to the conditions that guarantee the continuity and quality of the care offered by the Foundation and to possible risks that could threaten the proper provision of care.

The presented Annual Financial Report 2019 shows that the Board conducts a consistent and sound financial policy. The Foundation is financially healthy, stable and shows strong revenue growth. The year under review 2019 was dominated by consolidation without substantial investments. The increase in productivity of a second dermatologist specialising in phlebology and surgical procedures was one of the reasons for the growth in services and revenue. The Supervisory Board also notes that the financial position continued to improve during the year under review and that there was scope for early repayment of long-term loans.

The Statenkliniek shows that it is constantly keeping an eye on innovation, quality and investment in personnel capacity in order to continue to offer its core values of personal and high-quality care.

For 2020, the focus will be on the effects of COVID19 on services, operations and finances. In accordance with RIVM rules, medically necessary treatments will continue to be provided and consultations can be provided via video connection. The Supervisory Board has full confidence with regard to the structural continuity of service provision and the high standard of quality.

2018 Annual Report

The Supervisory Board supervises the policy of the Management Board within the meaning of Article 6.1. Implementation of the WTZi Decree and acts as a sounding board for the Board.

In accordance with the Rules governing the Supervisory Board of the Stichting Statenkliniek, the Board has approved Article 3.2(a) of the Foundation's Annual Report and Financial Report for 2018.

The report was presented to the Supervisory Board in May 2019 and subsequently discussed with the Management Board and representative of the Accountancy and Trust Office Advision.

The Supervisory Board assesses whether the Management Board is aware of the importance of the Stichting's social function. In practice, this means that the Supervisory Board, together with the Management Board, takes stock of and assesses all internal and external developments. Particular attention is paid to the conditions that guarantee the continuity and quality of the care offered by the Foundation and is paid to potential risks that could threaten the proper provision of care.

The presented annual financial report for 2018 shows that the Foundation is financially healthy and stable and shows that the Statenkliniek continues to innovate and invest in people and resources in order to be able to continue to offer its core values of personal and high quality care.

The Board also notes that the liquidity position was further improved during the year under review by professionalising the invoicing and accounts receivable policy. In addition, it was possible to repay additional loans. The quality of the medical-specialist services has been further developed within the medical team, including in the fields of phlebology and surgical interventions, which is an important step for the development and continuity of the clinic.

For 2019, the focus will be on investigating possibilities for support and redistribution of tasks within general business operations, with a view to strengthening continuity in the longer term.

Annual Reports of Previous Years

For the other years, annual reports are only available in their Dutch originals. You can download the originals of all annual reports from the website of CIBG here (https://www.desan.nl/net/DoSearch/Search.aspx) or read them on our Dutch website.

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