Health and Fitness · October 4, 2022

What is the future of healthcare week?

The importance of healthcare to the whole economy has never been higher than it has been over the past two years. Now is the time for healthcare systems to begin addressing the growing backlog of non-covid care that has to be provided. However, despite increased demands and expenses, the growth of global healthcare spending will decrease to 4.1% in 2022.

It will occur when countries begin to examine the economic damage that the epidemic has done. The Healthcare Week event features various activities, such as webinars, workshops, discussions, and training sessions, open to participants of all ages. In addition, various wellness activities and healthy living programs will occur in various settings.

To achieve broader economic and development goals that align with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3, “Good Health and Well-being,” leaders are confronted with new challenges to reduce vulnerabilities, manage sustainability, and improve the value of healthy ecosystems. These goals align with the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3 of the United Nations.

Patients and healthcare consumers increasingly view themselves as the guardians of their data and anticipate accessing healthcare on demand, regardless of location or time of day. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) figures, the ratio of physicians to patients in Asia is lower than the average for the OECD. There is a global shortage of 9 million nurses.

Please participate in our third annual Future of Healthcare Week Asia. This dynamic and hybrid event brings together public, private, and civil sectors across health and technology to design better healthcare for all. This event will take place in November. As the healthcare industry attempts to “build back better,” 4,000 industry leaders will get together over three days to discuss the vulnerabilities and opportunities sparked by the most recent crises.

Policymakers, healthcare providers, academics, and scientists, along with representatives from industry, patient associations, charitable organisations, and finance, will get together to discuss issues about diversity, equity, and inclusion; vulnerabilities and labour shortages in the healthcare system; healthy aging; digital health and data; and how we can break down silos both within organisations and between organisations to further the efficacy and sustainability of healthcare for all.

Please participate in the conversation as thought leaders shift their focus from healthcare to health, providing more preventive care and moving it out of the hospital and into the community.

Participate in one of Australia’s most prominent healthcare movements

The Australian Healthcare Week (AHW) is not simply an expo but a movement that drives Australia’s vision of a collaborative and integrated healthcare system annually.

Digital innovation, interoperability, new methods of working, clinical redesign, hospital redevelopments, and consumer experience are all examples of topics that attract the focus of governmental decisions, as well as the attention and investment of health executives. It is the foundation for the rest of your Healthcare week experience.

Join the Healthcare week movement in 2023 to gain access to new business prospects and transform your brand into one that is immediately associated with innovation and thought leadership in the healthcare industry.

2023 expo zones

Digital health zone

  • Information and Analytics
  • Cybersecurity for the Healthcare Industry
  • Digital Healthcare

Aged Care District

  • Aged Care Facilities Design and Development
  • Technical Innovation in Aging Care
  • Health Infrastructure Zone
  • Planning and construction of healthcare establishments

Patient Experience Zone

  • the nursing and midwifery staff, the emergency care staff, the patient flow, and the patient’s overall experience, satisfaction, and safety with their care.

The Future of Healthcare Zone

  • The Healthcare Startups Summit and Pitchfest
  • The NexGen Workforce Summit

Conclusion

The Australian Healthcare Week provided an excellent opportunity to network with peers and industry leaders with similar interests, allowing for the exchange of innovative ideas and the promotion of greater collaboration to serve the healthcare industry better.