Upcoming International Healthcare Conferences in 2023
A significant shift in how diseases are diagnosed, treated, or prevented has the potential to prolong and save lives. Medical progress is also vital for society, scientific progress reduces the financial burden of disease and protects health systems. The best way for healthcare professionals globally to update themselves on this medical progress is by taking an active part in upcoming international healthcare conferences such as the ones listed below.
List Of Upcoming Healthcare Conferences
- HIMSS Global Health Conference and Exhibition
- Health 2.0 Conference
- Health Datapalooza and National Health Policy Conference
- International Conference on Health Care Reform, Health Economics and Health Policy
- EuroMedLab – XXIV IFCC-EFLM European Congress of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine
- International Conference on Medical, Biological, and Pharmaceutical Sciences
- European Health Tech Innovation Week
- IDC Healthcare Summit (Europe)
- European Institute of Innovation and Technology
- Global Summit on Health and Medicine
- 22nd Population Health Colloquium
1. HIMSS Global Health Conference and Exhibition
Many innovative advances in health technology have been made over the centuries that people have practised medicine, but few have had such widespread influence or impact as digital technology. Dramatic improvements in networks and computers have not only expanded medical treatment options but have also transformed the way clinicians do their jobs.
One of the topics that the HIMSS Global Health Conference and Exhibition, will delve into is how everybody from clinicians to patients to taxpayers and many different groups need access to health records for different reasons. Traditionally, organizations had to keep separate records for each group. But with new technologies making it simpler to standardize and safely store digitized patient records, more organizations are beginning to integrate their data so authorized people can access the records they need when they need them.
2. Health 2.0 Conference
Digital technologies are an essential component and enabler of sustainable health systems and universal health coverage. To recognize their potential, digital health endeavors have to be part of the more expansive health requirements and digital health ecosystem and be driven by a decisive plan that incorporates organizational, technological, leadership, human and financial resources and serves as the foundation for a costed activity program that fosters coordination among numerous stakeholders. These endeavors should be guided by robust governance systems. The plan should address a system that will work across multiple health prerogatives underpinned by norms and an architecture that encourages this integration.
A historical review shows that poorly coordinated or disjointed digital health initiatives lead to vertical or stand-alone information and communications technology solutions which, although well-intentioned, often lead to information fragmentation and, as a result, poor service delivery.
3. Health Datapalooza and National Health Policy Conference
Following in the footsteps of other sectors, the healthcare industry is undergoing a critical transformation to become data-driven. As this revolution takes center stage, technology trends are emerging, but other interconnected factors related to both how data is collected or analyzed and how stakeholders are engaged can help or hinder change.
Everything is digital, but health is a little less. We live during a time when every activity in our lives is going digital. Big data, in particular, is the trigger to push the healthcare sector forward. Big data analysis aggregates information and helps identify patterns and trends.
4. International Conference on Health Care Reform, Health Economics and Health Policy
Very soon, healthcare reform will be a major fiscal policy challenge in advanced and emerging economies. In developed economies, the health sector has been a major driver of public spending, accounting for about 50% of the increase in total expenditure over the past forty years. These expenditure increases will come at a time when nations need to carry out fiscal consolidation to mitigate public debt ratios with the onslaught of the global financial crisis. In emerging economies, healthcare reform is also a key issue, given the significant delays in health indicators and limited budgetary resources. For such economies, the major hurdle will be to expand public coverage without having to compromise fiscal sustainability.
A key point of discussion for clinicians and healthcare institutions concerns the dislocation that could occur if revenues continue to be below. Job cuts are not a complete answer to weak expenditure growth. Capital is non-adjustable in the short term and capital expenses cannot be delayed. Hospital real estate and infrastructure rents must be paid even if only 50% of the space is occupied. A reduction in health care would be welcome.
Hospitals should become smaller and more care should be provided elsewhere, in urgent care centers, outpatient surgery centers, and at the homes of patients. This adjustment, however, takes time and leads to short-term losses. This conference will offer feasible solutions for hospital owners and healthcare professionals to explore in their clinics and practices.
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5. EuroMedLab – XXIV IFCC-EFLM European Congress of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine
Contemporary healthcare digital systems stress that health data should be categorized as discreet personal data or personally identifiable info, which mandates a high level of security and protection. It is essential to preserve transparency and communicate effectively about data security guidelines. Numerous upcoming healthcare conferences intend to address this need.
The communication of healthcare data in the scenario of a person-centric digital healthcare ecosystem and for general welfare objectives should be promoted with patient permission and when carried out based on trust, safeguards patient privacy, protects digital systems and guard against adversarial or wrong use.
By attending either the in-person event or the virtual one, participants will come to realize how such sharing is vital because it can contribute to improving the quality of processes, health service outcomes and continuity of care for patients (main use of health data). It can also lead to building a knowledge base, which should be able to interact with other data systems, including for example social determinants of health data and registers.
6. International Conference on Medical, Biological and Pharmaceutical Sciences
As admirable as it is, the drug discovery and development process is constantly undergoing change and adjustment in search of further improvements in efficiency, productivity, and cost-effectiveness. Recent trends in academic-industrial partnerships promise to provide new opportunities for advancing this process through transdisciplinary collaborations across the spectrum of activities involved in this complex process. This perspective discusses ways to promote the emerging academic paradigm of the Pharmaceutical Sciences-Biology-Medicine continuum to advance the drug discovery and development process.
Over the last century, especially the second half, dramatic progress has been made in improving people’s health and longevity. The reasons are many, but drug development has played a crucial role. This progress will be categorized into six sections, namely
- Drug Discovery
- Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism and Excretion
- Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics
- Drug Formulation
- Drug Regulation
- Drug Use
each describing the major contributions that have been made to the advancement of medicines, since their conception. One common thread to these (that numerous sessions in this conference will delve into further detail) is the application of translational science to improve drug discovery, development, and therapeutic application.
7. European Health Tech Innovation Week
The healthcare industry trends we are witnessing today are new technologies and solutions that meet the demands of clinical diagnosis, treatment, and disease management. The global COVID-19 pandemic has led to an upsurge in technologies for disinfection, limiting transmission, and detecting the spread of disease as well as treatment, patient care, and vaccination. Advances in the health sector range from online consultations, telemedicine, and real-time diagnosis to access to digital therapies provided by immersive technological tools.
Genetic analysis, clinical data storage, big data, and analytics enable the development of precision medicine. Startups are customizing treatment planning and execution for each patient using real-time remote monitoring devices. The adoption of artificial intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT), and data management practices is making hospitals smarter. These solutions improve workflows and staff scheduling and provide connected infrastructure, devices, and systems to accelerate accurate and equitable clinical services.
Healthcare needs to quickly innovate and take advantage of the upcoming technological advancements and breakthroughs to optimize real-time solutions, particularly in areas that are ripe for acceleration.
8. IDC Healthcare Summit (Europe)
While the digital transformation of healthcare can be a deterrent, technologies such as IoT (Internet of Things), blockchain platforms, virtual care, remote patient monitoring, AI (Artificial Intelligence), smart wearable devices, big data analytics, and other tools facilitate data exchange as well as repository and tools promoting remote data accumulation, swapping and transferring of pertinent data across healthcare ecosystems cause a continuum of care that has the demonstrated capacity to enhance healthcare outcomes through the making better of
- Medical diagnosis
- Data-driven treatment decisions
- Digital therapy
- Clinical trials
- Person-centered care
as well as creating more knowledge, skills and evidence-based competencies for professionals to support healthcare.
It should be created according to the precepts of clarity, privacy, accessibility, interoperability, confidentiality, replicability, scalability, and safety.
9. European Institute of Innovation and Technology
Technology promises to reduce the problems faced by global healthcare systems dynamically but it necessitates healthcare organizations to take on a different strategic outlook and mindset. New technological forces are redefining the rules that traditionally governed competition. Economies of scale are now a barrier to competition, not a catalyst. Innovation requires a new formula and international conferences play a crucial role in conceptualizing such formulae.
Healthcare organizations are often criticized for skeptically postponing the purchase of information technology that could enhance the safety, quality, and efficacy of patient care. But some forward-thinking healthcare organizations have stood out, leveraging cutting-edge technologies to gain a competitive edge.
They integrate information technology across the enterprise, making it possible for them to compress processes, adapt to market changes, and generate the sort of quality data that taxpayers, physicians, and health professionals expect.
10. Global Summit on Health and Medicine
Health and medicine are of great importance to global public health. Estimates indicate that health and medical care contribute several years to life expectancy. They may also contribute even more to improving the functional capacity and quality of life of many people.
The significance of health and medicine and healthcare for public health has been a topic of debate for decades. Some people have argued that the greatly increased life expectancy during the 20th century can largely be attributed to medical care and the development of medical knowledge. Others pointed out that mortality from infectious diseases fell long before antibiotics and vaccination became generally available.
According to them, it is mainly better housing and hygiene conditions, as well as social and economic conditions, which are at the origin of the improvement in life expectancy. The ‘Global Summit on Health and Medicine‘ will offer participants insights into both the historical, present-day, and future perspectives on the significance of health and medical care to global public health.
The conference will do into how
- Providing medical care
- Developing healthy personal habits
- Creating a more just social environment
Each has the potential to enhance public health. The advantages of medical care that have already been obtained, can be estimated with great accuracy and are satisfactory. The perks of a healthier lifestyle have been achieved only to a very limited extent, while health inequalities have increased and continue to do so.
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11. 22nd Population Health Colloquium
Every day, medical innovations extend and improve lives around the world. Over the next decade, as 21st-century technologies combine and accelerate, healthcare is poised for a revolution. The GII (Global Innovation Index) identifies global trends and breakthrough technologies that are transforming healthcare. From brain mapping to regenerative medicine, the GII has identified numerous technological innovations that are guaranteed to impact global healthcare.
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