5-7 June 2023 Rome, Italy [email protected]

Governance, Leadership and Social Responsibility – Discover the #EHMA2023 abstract sessions

Health systems and organisations’ effective governance is vital to ensure the quality and safety of patient care, service performance and compliance with laws, regulations, and ethical responsibilities. A key principle of governance is leadership that must be embedded within governance systems to ensure that systems and organisations are led to accomplish their objectives and meet […]

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Discover the session hosted by the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies

Care integration and sustainability: digital and green skills for the health workforce As societal and digital evolution occurs, leading to the emergence of new roles, health and care workers must rapidly change and adapt to safeguard patients’ well-being and their professional existence. Upskilling and reskilling initiatives can help them acquire new knowledge and skills to […]

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Discover the session hosted by MSD on vaccination registries

Unveiling the potential of vaccination registries in Europe In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, health crisis management, disease control, and prevention have become more crucial than ever. The European Health Management Association has emphasised the need for a smooth transition in the European vaccine ecosystems, including data registries and other digital innovations, in their […]

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Discover the EHMA 2023 plenary session: Health technologies and managerial processes: strategy and tools for evidence-based decision-making

Health and care systems are undergoing a significant digital transformation across Europe and the world. Health services and procedures are becoming increasingly digitised, and novel digital technologies, such as medical devices, procedures, and diagnostic tools, are emerging every day. The adoption of digital technologies can make health systems more sustainable, responsive, resilient, and patient-centred, leading […]

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Discover the session hosted by PHILIPS on green procurement

Towards Net Zero: what does a green health system look like? The health sector plays a significant role in global carbon emissions, accounting for approximately 5% of European greenhouse gas emissions. This makes the decarbonisation of health systems and healthcare a critical priority in the fight against climate change. The healthcare sector has a unique […]

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Discover the EHMA 2023 plenary session: The health systems’ contribution to sustainable development: recapping co-benefits

In 2015, the United Nations member states adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, a plan for action for people, planet, and prosperity. At the core of the Agenda are the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which require constant efforts from all countries for their achievement. By promoting better citizens’ health and wellbeing, health systems […]

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Discover the session on greening health facilities

The session ‘Greening health facilities – how can we move forward?’ will discuss initiatives aimed to support decision-makers in moving towards climate-neutral health facilities, spanning actions targeting sustainable building renovations, the increased use of renewable energy sources, improving recycling and waste management practices, developing green mobility plans for patients and staff, creating more green spaces […]

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Discover the workshop on sustainable access to antibiotics

The workshop ‘Sustainability in pharmaceutical markets: the challenge of AMR’ will discuss the challenges facing health systems in fostering research and development for new antibiotics and ensuring sustainable access to new and pre-existing antibiotics. In particular, it will highlight collaboration methods and the potential role of the EU in addressing these challenges. Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) […]

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Discover the workshop on the application of HTA and PPI to tackle healthcare challenges

The workshop ‘Optimising the innovation environment to tackle healthcare challenges through a synergistic application of HTA and PPI’ will discuss how Health Technology Assessment (HTA) and Public Procurement of Innovation (PPI) can enable the rapid development and uptake of solutions to address unmet healthcare organisations needs and improve the quality and efficiency of healthcare services. […]

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