Category: Annual Conference

Relive the EHMA 2021 Plenary Sessions discussions

EHMA 2021 Plenary Sessions recordings

EHMA 2021 Annual Conference took place digitally from 15-17 September under the theme Health Management: Managing the present and shaping the future. The conference brought together over 400 representatives of the healthcare community to discuss the latest developments in governance

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EcoQUIP+ highlights the role of healthcare procurement in driving innovation at EHMA 2021

EcoQUIP+ poster presentation at the EHMA 2021 Annual Conference

The EcoQUIP+ project participated in the EHMA 2021 Annual Conference with a poster presentation and an information booth. EcoQUIP+ submitted an abstract titled The role of procurement in driving innovation and delivering better healthcare outcomes, authored by Ms Gaynor Whyles,

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DISH project receives the EHMA award for the Best Poster at the EHMA 2021 Annual Conference

The DISH project participated in the EHMA 2021 Annual Conference with a poster presentation and an information booth. DISH submitted an abstract titled ‘Digital & Innovation Skills Helix in Health – The DISH project’, authored by Ms Trine Ungermann Fredskild

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EHMA 2021 Annual Conference winners announced at the Closing Ceremony

EHMA 2021 Annual Conference winners

Last week from 15 September to 17 September, the EHMA 2021 Annual Conference took place digitally under the theme ‘Health management: managing the present and shaping the future’. The conference brought together over 400 representatives of the healthcare ecosystem to

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EHMA 2020 Annual Conference Report is out!

EHMA 2020 CONFERENCE REPORT

EHMA 2020 Annual Conference, under the theme of ‘Health Management: realigning systems, contexts and players‘, took place on 17-19 November digitally through the lens of Rotterdam, and it was hosted by the Erasmus Medical Center, Erasmus School of Health Policy

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Health workforce’s shortfall: a trend to be changed

The number of people aged 65+ is expected to almost double over the next fifty years, and the increasing number of older people with multiple chronic conditions will require not only new care models, but also new ways of working

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Integrated care, a challenge for health managers

Around 75% of healthcare spending in Europe is allocated to managing and treating chronic diseases (Cohen, S. B., 2014). Chronic diseases represent a challenge for healthcare systems as several healthcare providers are involved in the care of the patient, ranging

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Is Artificial Intelligence a suitable possibility in healthcare?

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? Is it a cost-effective solution in the long

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Patients at the core of healthcare

Every individual’s passions, interests, and tastes are unique; and so are their health care needs. Personalised care allows professionals to meet patient-specific needs, improving the quality of care, and its outcomes for patients. Furthermore, personalising care represents an efficient and cost-effective healthcare solution to many problems facing patients (Bergmo et al., 2015). Successful treatment and patient satisfaction not only depend on the actual health outcomes but also on the emotional and psychological aspects

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Is qualitative care still a utopia?

Imagine a health system that awards qualitative instead of just quantitative results. 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. Value-based healthcare is a delivery model in which providers are paid based

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