5-7 June 2024 Bucharest, Romania [email protected]

Workforce of the future

The health workforce comprises doctors, nurses, midwives, pharmacists, allied health professionals, and support staff, all of whom work together to deliver quality care to patients. It is a crucial pillar of health systems resilience. However, health and care workers are facing pressing challenges, which have been further exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, as recently confirmed […]

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Health technology and digital transformation

Digital transformation is rapidly changing healthcare. In the past decade, there has been an exponential growth in health technologies, with new innovations constantly emerging, from wearable health devices to artificial intelligence-powered diagnostic tools. From electronic health records to telemedicine, these technologies are transforming the way care is delivered, making it more efficient and effective than […]

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Healthcare access, delivery and outcomes

Health and access to healthcare are fundamental rights; however several subgroups of the population face difficulties in accessing high-quality, affordable healthcare services. One of the targets of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is achieving Universal Health Coverage (UHC). UHC guarantees people access to health services as needed and regardless of their financial and […]

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Sustainable and resilient health systems

The COVID-19 pandemic has further exposed the weaknesses of our health systems, combined with the need to invest in building their resilience and readiness. The readiness of health systems refers to their level of preparedness to respond to specific health emergencies. It involves various components, including infrastructure, human resources, medical supplies and equipment, financial resources, […]

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People-centred systems

People-centred care empowers citizens and patients to take charge of their own health rather than being passive recipients of services. It consists of asking what matters to patients, providers, organisations, and systems, but always ensuring that patients are the final judges of value. Patients are thus fully involved in the decision-making, planning, development, and monitoring […]

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Policy and regulations

Policy decisions made at the local, regional, national, and European level have an important impact on health systems, care delivery, and practitioners. A comprehensive understanding of the policy landscape and mechanisms can facilitate the adoption of innovative solutions to improve health outcomes. This requires a focus on the development, planning, implementation and evaluation of policies […]

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Finance and economics

Health is a fundamental human right. To protect this right, European citizens need to have equitable access to high-quality care, which relies on health systems and services that are financially sustainable. At the European Health Management Conference, decision-makers, health managers and care professionals will exchange ideas, perspectives, and best practices on how to effectively navigate […]

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Human capital, professionalism and people management

Each year, the European Health Management Conference gathers experts from Europe and beyond to discuss the most pressing issues affecting health management. Through high-level discussions, the conference aims to foster out-of-the-box thinking, best practices sharing, and solutions co-designing. By submitting an abstract and attending the conference, you can contribute to our vision of excellent health […]

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Management, operations and practice

The European Health Management Conference is an annual gathering bringing together health managers and leaders to share views, perspectives, and challenges from their profession. By encouraging the exchange of best practices, provocative ideas and forward-looking solutions, EHMA strives to enhance the capacity and capability of health management to deliver high-quality healthcare for the benefit of […]

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Governance, leadership and social responsibility

EHMA 2024 is the 29th edition of the European Health Management Conference, that this year explores the theme ‘Shaping and managing innovative health ecosystems’. Our conference is a great platform to showcase cutting-edge research, share provocative ideas, and discuss complex problems with a view to reaching implementable solutions. Every year, our conference attracts researchers from […]

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