Wojciech Bociański graduated from the Medical Academy in Warsaw in 1968. After an internship and specialization in surgery and urology, he worked in Warsaw hospitals in positions from junior assistant to assistant professor at the Urology Department of the Wolski Hospital at ul. Kasprzaka 17. At the same time, from 1983 to 1987, he was the Chief Executive of the Wolski Hospital, at that time the largest hospital in Warsaw.

In 1989, he established the first foundation conducting economic activity for the health service, on the basis of which numerous other foundations were established throughout Poland. He co-founded and was in the governing bodies of numerous local government organizations, such as the Warsaw Economic Council, the Wolska Chamber of Commerce and the Chamber of Commerce "Medycyna Polska".

From 1999 to 2001, he was a Member of the Board of the Warsaw Poviat, where he created and supervised social assistance, health service and education. He helped at that time in establishing Non-Public Healthcare Institutions in Warsaw. For the health service and education, he developed proprietary programs that adjust the existing law to the needs of the Warsaw Self-Government, which were positively recommended by the Business Center Club and the Warsaw School of Economics.

He founded several enterprises providing health services and training health professionals, including Kardiofon, Nasz Zdrowie, Biello Medical Society and others, which were commercially successful. He led investment processes in them and sat on management boards and supervisory boards. The Foundation of Hospitality and Transformation in Healthcare "Hospi-Med", which he created, specialized in conducting court cases for hospitals against the State Treasury and Health Funds. As part of the Foundation's activities, companies dealing with crediting doctors and leasing medical equipment were initiated. The Foundation consulted at the same time. transformation processes in health care.

On behalf of BCC, he acts as an Expert in the Tripartite Commission for Social and Economic Affairs and in the Subcommittee for Health Protection. For this reason, it gives opinions on all ministerial and parliamentary bills related to health-related issues. He cooperates in conducting large investment processes in ecology, energy, medicine as well as technology and technology.

He co-founded the Internet platform from Science to Business / from Science to Business - www.sci2biz - on which the latest technological innovations are promoted. Currently, there are already 270 innovations on it. Each of the technologies has already passed the research and development phase and is waiting for commercial implementation.

Since 2015, he has held the position of the Vice President of the Management Board of Aceler.