Healthcare in Europe Transforming policy, systems and funding

March 17th 2020 Hotel Le Richemond, Geneva

What price health?

Europe's healthcare systems are at a critical juncture. With healthcare budgets being slashed, an increasingly ageing population and new technologies disrupting the landscape, the challenge is how to innovate whilst reducing costs.
Bringing together the key public and private sector players—from senior policymakers to providers, suppliers, financiers and regulators, our summit will debate the key issues facing healthcare systems in Europe.

Together, we will ask:

• Are current healthcare reforms missing opportunities to improve quality while reducing cost?

• What will European healthcare systems look like in 2030?

• Will personalised medicine and prevention strategies deliver efficiency—or divert resources better spent on traditional frontline services?


Engage in far-reaching and thought-provoking debate:

Gain fresh perspectives on the future of healthcare systems in Europe—going beyond
cost-cutting to discuss next steps, potential models and options for action

Hear from inspiring speakers including Paula Rissiko, Zsuzsanna Jakab, Aart de Geus, Thomas Lönngren, Jaak Peeters and many more

Be the first to hear new Economist Intelligence Unit research on trends in healthcare spending

Participate in brainstorm sessions covering specific areas of healthcare reform, looking in detail at top down reform, ageing and financing.

 

Don't miss this opportunity to have your say at this unique gathering of influential healthcare stakeholders.

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