Director of Department of Information Technologies and Development, National Health Insurance Fund
Marko Jovanovic was born on May 12, 1985 in Belgrade. He graduated from the Faculty of Organizational Sciences, University of Belgrade. From 2008 to 2009, he was a member of the Child Safety in Traffic project, in which he designed and established a database of traffic accidents with proposed measures. From 2009 to 2010, as a consultant for GIS and databases at the Criminal Police Academy, he designed the GIS and the black spot database within the projects Identifying Black Dots on Roads of the Republic of Serbia and Managing Black Dots in Belgrade with proposed measures. In 2010, he was a member of the team within the study of the Traffic Safety Strategy in Belgrade, and in 2011, as a consultant for GIS and databases, he was a member of the Safe Roads to School project. From 2011 to 2012, within the Clinical Hospital Center "Dr Dragisa Misovic Dedinje", as project manager, he developed and implemented the Monezis software system intended to improve the quality of patient care as an integral part of the institution's health information system. In 2012, as a World Bank IT consultant, he participated in the Project on Improving Transportation Security in Republika Srpska. From 2012 to 2013, as a World Bank IT consultant, he participated in the project Technical Support for Improving Traffic Safety in the Republic of Serbia. In 2015, as an IT consultant to the World Bank and the European Commission, he participated in the project Implementation of the Regional Transport Security Action Plan within the countries of Eastern Europe, East and Central Asia, where he completed database integration and implementation of a centralized database within TRACECA countries . Since 2013 he has been employed by the Republican Health Insurance Fund. He has been the Director of the Development and Information Technology Division at the RFZO since 2015. Since 2014 he has been a member of the Board of Directors in the Central Register of Compulsory Social Security. During 6 years of work at the RFZO, he has implemented several strategically significant projects at national level, among which are centralization of the basic RFZO business system, centralization of waiting lists, health cards, centralized public procurement, dialysis patient monitoring, contact center, financing towards diagnostic related groups (DRG), drug route and direct payments to suppliers.