World of Health Care 2023
Are you active in the Life Sciences & Health (LSH) sector on an international scale? Then you’re probably pleased to know that on 27 September 2023 we’ll have a beautiful and interesting programme ready for you to attend.
It’s all about connecting, sharing knowledge, getting new insights, and presenting healthcare challenges & solutions worldwide!
Our World of Health Care event invites the:
- Dutch Life Sciences & Health sector
- Foreign Decision-makers in Healthcare*
*Health~Holland Visitors Programme | Each year +25 countries form a delegation of multiple high-level representatives from the private sector, NGOs, knowledge institutions, healthcare providers and different tiers of government visit the Netherlands and share knowledge with Dutch health stakeholders (communication about this 3-day programme to it's participants will be done by e-mail).
Shaping the healthcare of the future
The healthcare industry is rapidly evolving, and with the advancements in technology, the future of healthcare is expected to bring innovative changes. The World of Health Care (WoHC) 2023 aims to discuss the current state of healthcare and explore new ideas and solutions that can shape the future of this industry.
WoHC 2023 will bring together healthcare professionals, policymakers, researchers, and technology experts to share their experiences and insights. The discussions will revolve around topics such as digital health, sustainability, and prevention in healthcare and how global partnership can help to improve healthcare around the world. WoHC 2023 aims to foster collaboration and explore ways to create a more patient-centric and efficient healthcare system.
The healthcare industry is at a turning point, and the topics digital health, healthy ageing and prevention, sustainability, and global health are crucial to shaping the healthcare of the future.
Digital health is a significant driver of healthcare transformation, and its implementation will pave the way for more efficient and effective patient care. With the growing ageing population, healthy ageing and prevention strategies are crucial to ensure that individuals lead healthier and longer lives.
However, these initiatives require a sustainable workforce that is well-equipped to meet the evolving needs of the healthcare system. To achieve this, it is necessary to support and invest in healthcare workers, providing them with the necessary resources, training, and education to adapt to the changes in the industry. Moreover, the healthcare industry must consider the sustainability of its practices to ensure that they align with environmental goals. Sustainable healthcare practices will not only have an impact on climate change but also contribute to the wellbeing of patients and communities.
Finally, the COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the importance of collaboration on a global scale to tackle these global health issues. It is vital to create resilient collaborations that can address global health challenges and provide access to quality healthcare for all individuals, regardless of their geographic location.
The future of healthcare will rely on digital transformation, healthy ageing & prevention, a sustainable workforce, sustainable and climate-neutral healthcare practices, and resilient collaborations for global health. These topics must be at the forefront of the healthcare industry's agenda to create a patient-centric and efficient healthcare system.
- Accelerating digital transformation in healthcare
- The transition towards healthy ageing & prevention
- Green & sustainable healthcare of the future
- Partnering for global access to quality care
Source: World of Healthcare