Health and Management 2020

Health and Management 2020

Our Organizing Committee takes an immense pleasure of inviting you  to take part in the “16th World Congress on Healthcare and Hospital Management” to be held during October 28-29, 2020 at Amsterdam, Netherlands with a key topic  “Steering the Complications of Healthcare in a Modern Society”.

Healthcare system refers to the totality of resource that a society distributes with in organization and health facilities delivery for the aim of upholding or restoring health. To improve the health status of the population the goals are the reduction of mobility and mortality rate, increase in expectation of life decrease in growth rate of population, high nutritional status, and basic sanitation. It is nothing but the upkeep of health by several ways like preclusion, analysis, action, cure and other physical and mental impairments.

The Health and Management 2020 is a platform to the scientists, experts from universities, researchers, hospital proprietors, C-level administrators, managers and industry front-runners to exchange visions on healthcare management thinking, best applies and keys.

The scientific program is going to be a rich mixture of formats starting from keynote sessions to highly interactive discussions.

As a knowledge-led platform, the event is focused on evolving business replicas, revolution, improving patient consequences and cost minimization, featuring technologies in healthcare and hospital management.

Now in its 16th year, the event is the biggest of its generous in the region with quality content and interacting opportunities. Earn a chance of augmenting and showcasing your efficiency in Healthcare and Hospital Management 2020, during October 28-29, 2020 @Amsterdam, Netherlands and become the key to the victory of our conference.

The Health and Management 2020 conference aims to focus on the leadership challenges which all nations face in healthcare and hospital management to improve the care we deliver for our patients.

This is an esteemed conference where senior doctors, trainee doctors, medical students, healthcare professionals, managers, researchers, scientists, delegates and many gather together for the discussions including

  • Standards, expertise and therefore the opportunity for a step change in quality
  • Leadership challenges facing healthcare on a national and Celsius scale and the way we, as a line of work, will face these modern leadership theory from global experts.
  • How modernization in healthcare can transform the way we work
  • How health education can improve control, clinical recital and patient safety.
  • Network with nobles and high-ranking medical leaders. 
  • Influencing the way care is given, safeguarding it is high quality, considerate and replies to discrete needs
  • Network with the full range of healthcare front-runners from all skilled backgrounds.
  • Learning about new clinical material.
  • Pooled understanding of what virtuous leadership is and how working organized can benefit service distribution and patient carefulness.
  • How can we encourage greater involvement of healthcare professionals, service users, communities and the general public in shaping healthcare services that are fit for purpose
  • Network in a unique multi-professional healthcare leadership event embracing all levels and sectors.

Health and Management 2020 welcomes other professionals who share our passion for excellence in leadership and management.


Health care systems got to work toward a future during which the collective focus shifts faraway from treatment, to prevention and early intervention. But, are stakeholders able to reply to these trends and brace the smart healthcare delivery of the future?

Deloitte's 2020 Global health care outlook takes a comprehensive check out the factors driving change within the podium and descriptions suggestions that stakeholders can consider as they lay a solid foundation for the future.

The European healthcare market is anticipated to grow from around $2080 billion in 2016 to around $2125 billion in 2020. This region has not witnessed a big increase in the market size thanks to decrease in government expenditures because of weak economic conditions in many countries.

The report covers market characteristics, size and growth, segmentation, regional and country breakdowns, competitive landscape, market shares, trends and techniques for this market. It traces the market's historic and forecast market growth by geography.

It places the market within the context of the broader healthcare market, and compares it with other markets. Aging population poses a threat to the economy because it impacts the economy and increases government spending on healthcare and pensions.

The estimates show that the population aged 65 and above within the European region is ready to rise to 224 million in 2050. Italy has the very best percentage of elderly (above 65 years) population in Europe at 22%. Europe's total GDP was $19.9 trillion in 2016 accounting for 26.7% of worldwide GDP.

Europe is one amongst the key global economic blocks. Many of the leading European countries form a part of the ecu Union, a trade and movement block with one currency.

Past Conference Report

We gratefully thank all our wonderful Speakers, Conference Attendees, Students, Media Partners, Associations and Exhibitors for making “Healthcare and Technologies 2019”. Conference the best ever!

Healthcare and Technologies 2019” is distinguished with the attendance of Editorial Board Members of supported Journals, Scientists, Young and Brilliant Researchers, Business Delegates and Talented Student communities representing more than 25 countries who made this conference rewarding and fecund.

Our “Health and Management 2020” was based on the theme “Steering the Complications of Healthcare in a Modern Society”, Which encrusted the below scientific sessions:

  • Healthcare
  • E-health
  • Healthcare and Nursing
  • Sociology of Health and Medicine
  • Hospital management roles and operations
  • Diabetes & Public Health
  • Pharmacy Informatics
  • Neuro Informatics
  • Dental Informatics
  • Oncology & Public Health
  • Oncology & Public Health
  • Digital Healthcare and Women’s Health
  • Clinical Care Informatics
  • Skin & Body Health
  • Mental Health and Mental Disorders
  • Forensic Microbiology
  • Innovation and Best Follows in Health Care Development
  • Healthcare and Innovation
  • Emerging Trends In Healthcare Management
  • Hospital Management System
  • Artificial Intelligence In Healthcare
  • Chronic Diseases
  • Health Promotion
  • Disease prevention

The conference received salutations & immense support and was extended by the lectures, Poster Presentations mentioned below:

  • Sean Hall, Medlab Clinical LTD, “Potentiating new neurological pain drugs from cannabis (CBD/THC)” Australia.
  • Becky Faett, University of Pittsburgh, “Driving innovation through a collaborative simulation supported telehealth initiative” USA.
  • Denise M Breadsell, Queensland Nurses and Midwives’ Union, “Rural and isolated nurses in Queensland Australia – Navigating transitional change between state and national based nursing governance to provide improved accessibility to universal healthcare through collective professional activism” Australia.
  • Florea Scarlat, National Institute for Laser, Plasma and Radiation Physics, “Basic principles in conventional and laser driven therapy accelerators” Romania.
  • e Periasamy Parikumar, The Light Eye Hospital, “Blood vessel sample from the conjunctiva of the eye” India.
  • Manisha Bhatt Dwivedi, Shri Shankaracharya Institute of Medical Science, “Extent to which preoperative intravenous dexamethasone avert postoperative pain- A correlation with C-reactive protein” India.
  • Ala Szczepura, Coventry University, “: Emerging technology to improve rehabilitation for most common single nerve disorder (Bell’s palsy) and cost-effectiveness of innovation” UK.
  • Ritesh Chaudhary , B.P Koirala Institute of Health Sciences , “Attitudes about the use of smartphones in medical education and practice in emergency department of tertiary care hospital” Nepal.
  • John Momoh, eHealth Africa  “Timely tracking and resolution of missed settlements during immunization plus days (ipds) campaigns in Borno State, Nigeria: A planfeld use case”, Nigeria.
  • Antoine Vikkey Hinson, Universite d'Abomey-Calavi, “Prevalence of sleep disorders and their consequences on the performance of CNHUHKM reference hospital workers in Benin” Benin.
  • Chiu-Ping Cho, Chi Mei Medical Center, “Shared decision-making of dialysis method for patients with end-stage chronic kidney disease” Taiwan.
  • Corneliu Bob, University Politehnica of Timisoara, “About the deterioration of concrete structures due to the shrinkage and temperature variation” Romania.
  • Jaya Tripathi, | The MITRE Corporation, “Identifying risky drug-seeking behavior at the point-of-care” USA.
  • Hadeel Lamphon, University of Nottingham, “The transferability of multimedia open educational resources in nursing clinical skills education to Saudi Arabia: A mixed method study” UK.
  • Asiya Al Hasni, University of Nottingham, “Drivers and barriers to adopting reusable learning objects by postgraduate nursing students in Oman to improve their knowledge, skill and confidence” UK.
  • Rana Alduraywish, University of Nottingham, “Development of an online resource for the prevention and management of low back pain in nurses: A mixed method feasibility study” UK.
  • Beata Bajurna, Poznan University of Medical Sciences, “Organizational culture and stress at work in the context of empirical research” Poland
  • Nuraine Mohammed, Community Hospital, “Climate change and health effects in Africa” Ghana.
  • Charles Amponsah, Garden City University College, “Environmental pollution: It’s effect on life and the global burden of disease” Ghana.
  • Samsom Mehari Giliu, Ministry of Health Eritrea, “A matched case-control study to assess the association of Chikunguynya severity among blood groups and other determinants in Tesseney, Gash Barka zone, Eritrea” Eritrea.
  • Kayo Shichiri, Niigata University, “Difference in biological information for autism spectrum disorder and adjustment disorder: A trial study” Japan.

Our committe wishes to acknowledge with its deep sincere gratitude to all the supporters from the Editorial Board Members of our Open Access Journals, Keynote speakers, Valuable speakers, Poster presenters, students, delegates and special thanks to the Media Partners for their promotion to make this event a huge success.

We once again thank you all for the enormous exquisite response. This inspires us to continue organizing events and conferences for furthering in the Environmental chemistry research. Conference Series LLC Ltd therefore, is glad to announce its “16th World Congress on Healthcare and Hospital Management” on October 28-29, 2020 in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Mark your calendars for the upcoming meeting; we are hoping to see you soon!

Let us meet again @ Health and Management 2020

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Conference Date October 28-29, 2020
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