Hospital renovations as an opportunity
The best possible outcome-to-cost ratios are the core concern of value-centered health policies, as pursued and already partially implemented in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and many other countries. In this context, patient-oriented care is playing an increasingly pivotal role for hospitals. In order to remain economically viable and competitive, they have to strike a balance between cost optimization, functionality and patient orientation. Hospitals should use new construction and renovation projects as an opportunity to fully align their concept with the needs of their patients.
Prof David Haslam, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)
Dr Jan Hille, Siemens Healthcare
Dr Gerd Maass, Roche Pharma
Martine Zimmermann, Alexion Pharma International
Dr Werner Lanthaler, Evotec
Martha Carruthers, Janssen Healthcare Innovation
… amongst others!
2 days of future insights in the healthcare business
Inspiring speeches and thought-provoking panel discussions on
Innovation sourcing • Business model innovation • Regulative barriers
Speed networking • Roundtables • Evening event
20+ high-level speakers from around the world
Over 200 respondents of the pharmaceutical industry took part in our survey “Future of Healthcare”. The survey aimed to draw a picture of general expectations concerning prospective healthcare. Do we have to rethink our definition of healthcare?
Continue reading “Free-PDF: The Future Trends of Healthcare 2015”