Healthcare world-wide is changing – and existing healthcare systems need to change with it
Föreläsare: Aldo Vermiglio
The big picture tells us that healthcare is changing, much faster than we might have thought. Propelled by the pandemic, healthtech is fast becoming a crucial part of health. In this seminar we’ll outline the big world-wide trends in healthcare and healthtech and show that the healthcare system needs to adapt, and by doing so provide better health for patients and better working conditions for healthcare professionals.
The pandemic outbreak last year triggered a series of global trends in healthtech that have proven, to every actor within the care chain, to considerably transform health outcomes; such as quality of care, care delivery, speed and cost. Change is inevitable, and coming from all over the globe. Global private companies are moving fast into health, but are still eyeing Nordic healthtech startups that in many cases are ahead in the game. At the same time, healthcare providers all around the globe are utilizing healthtech more than ever. It’s a perfect storm – and change is happening rapidly.
The seminar covers:
- Adoption of digital health in industrialized markets and a bottom-up transformation in developing nations. Global actors taking the leap. The future is here.
- Healthtech delivering results: Global awareness, regulation and adoption – with concrete examples from around the world
- Examples of how Nordic startups have relieved care needs, especially within mental health and for patients with chronical diseases
- How do key stakeholders within healthtech adapt and advance towards a more permanent change?
Can we afford to drive this change, or can we afford not to?
Actual examples (good/bad)
Aldo Vermiglio Föreläsare
Aldo works at Innovation Skåne and the project HealthTech Nordic as a Innovation Manager.