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A good healthcare system is a cornerstone of society, both in developed and developing nations. Healthcare also provides an impetus for technological innovation. This is why it is a big topic on all national agendas and why we place great importance on providing leading content for healthcare professionals.
The Economist Group leads the way in this critical sector by bringing together influential stakeholders at our healthcare event series around the globe. We also provide thought leadership through research reports and online content, and actively shape the debate on global healthcare delivery challenges.
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HEALTHCARE IN AFRICA
Transforming Africa’s healthcare systems—where should change happen?
HEALTHCARE IN THE GULF
Healthcare decision-makers from around the Gulf region, including HRH Princess Dina Mired, Director General, King Hussein Cancer Foundation and H.E. Qadhi Al Murooshid, Director General, Dubai Health Authority, gathered to discuss healthcare reform on March 27th-28th.
HEALTHCARE IN EUROPE
Healthcare in Europe, returned for its second year to confront and explore the major health challenges facing the continent. A high-level group of 150 healthcare stakeholders were in attendance, alongside the Turkish Health minister, for a day of genuine dialogue, practical solutions and debate
HEALTHCARE IN ASIA
More than 200 participants across Asia and around the world—including health ministers, policymakers, practitioners, senior pharmaceutical executives and academics—gathered in Singapore on March 28th and 29th at the third Healthcare in Asia roundtable. Building on the last two successful events, Healthcare in Asia 2012 once again created a forum for stimulating discussions on the most cutting-edge topics in relation to health policy and reforms. The key theme was why and how to use health outcomes to assess the efficiency and effectiveness of health systems in Asia.