Ildar Khayrullin is the CEO of the International Medical Cluster foundation, the management company of the Moscow International Medical Cluster. Ildar oversees the development of the Moscow International Medical Cluster, including the establishment of a vision for the cluster, strategy design and implementation, construction and interaction with key stakeholders. He holds two higher education degrees in medicine and management. In 1988, he graduated with honours from the Kazan State Medical Institute with a degree in general medicine. Candidate of Medical Sciences In 2014, he graduated from the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration with a master's degree in management. Then, in 2017, he received a bachelor's degree from the Higher School of Corporate Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration. Since 2007, he has served as the chief medical officer in a number of healthcare and medical facilities. In 2015, Ildar Khayrullin supervised the first successful JCI patient and staff safety accreditation in Russia for the emergency hospital of the state autonomous healthcare organisation of the Republic of Tatarstan. From 2015 to 2018, Khayrullin served as the chief medical officer of the Oncological Centre of the Ministry of Healthcare of the Republic of Tatarstan (Kazan). Khayrullin is also involved in educational activities. He holds seminars at the Advanced Medical Technology Education Centre (Kazan) regarding the process and project-oriented systems-based approach to the management of healthcare facilities. He also holds seminars on the process and project-oriented system-based approach to the management of healthcare facilities at the Higher Education Centre for the Organisation of Management in Healthcare (Moscow).