The EHMA 2020 Abstract Book, published by the European Health Management Association (EHMA), summarises the papers that will be featured in the official programme of the EHMA 2020 Annual Conference. With over 130+ abstracts, the EHMA 2020 programme will have specific sessions where authors will be able to present their research and discuss the most […]
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Health managers facing the issue of workforce development have a vital role in building resilient and robust health systems that can take on the challenges of the future.
The integration of healthcare services, from primary care to rehabilitation, putting the patient and their needs at the centre, has become a key strategy to overcome these difficulties.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is already assisting humans in most of their daily routines, like dealing with emails, getting driving directions, or looking for movie recommendations. But what about AI in the healthcare sector?
Personalised care allows professionals to meet patient-specific needs, improving the quality of care, and its outcomes for patients.
Let’s imagine a system where patients’ satisfaction and care quality come first, and costs come second. All of this is not just a utopia anymore, but an achievable reality through the application of value-based healthcare.
EHMA 2020 is the 25th annual European conference on health management, taking place digitally through the lens of Rotterdam on 17-19 November 2020.
Register today and join us at #EHMA2020. Be part of the preeminent conference in health management and contribute to improving the delivery of health care. You can benefit from the early bird fee until July 12!
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to show the importance of bringing experts together, exchanging practices and finding shared answers to tackle key public health issues. As a leading organisation in the European healthcare landscape, EHMA appreciates now more than ever how crucial it is to facilitate meaningful and relevant experts exchange. However, EHMA must withhold its responsibility to be […]