2022 Onsite Employee Health Clinics Summit

January 20-21, 2022 | USA

We are currently at a crucial point in time for corporate healthcare – employers are operating in a political and economic situation that has considerably evolved. Building and expanding onsite employee health clinics has become an imperative in enabling employers to offer competitive benefits, control costs, and provide quality healthcare to employees. Moreover, employers must redefine their corporate healthcare strategy, and innovation will be key to success! The opportunities and challenges facing onsite health clinics have drastically changed over the past year. Healthcare reform has made its way to center stage on all matters related to healthcare, and onsite employee health clinics are no exception. Employers are aggressively seeking innovative means to cut back on corporate healthcare costs, and onsite employee health clinics have proven to be an effective way to significantly reduce those healthcare costs, and ultimately, have a positive impact on the company’s bottom line.

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Housing affordability is a social determinant of health. A lack of affordable housing contributes to housing instability and homelessness, both of which are strong predictors of higher healthcare costs and poor health outcomes, according to a new infographic by the State Health Access Data Assistance Center. The infographic breaks down the issue of unaffordable rents and explores how state Medicaid policy can alleviate the burden of unaffordable rents.


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18th World Congress on Healthcare And Technologies

April 25-26, 2022 | Spain

Explore and learn the latest technology. Meet the distinguished global audience atApril 25-26, 2022 Barcelona, Spain. Collaborate, build partnerships at our Healthcare Summit 2022 Barcelona, Spain. Collaborate, build partnerships at our Healthcare Summit 2022

NC HIMSS Annual Conference- Navigating the Healthcare Roadmap

January 11-12, 2022 | USA

The North Carolina chapter is excited to host our annual conference in person! Navigating the Healthcare Roadmap: From the Mountains to the Sea, at the Embassy Suites Charlotte-Concord Golf Resort, January 11 & 12, 2022. Join us for this opportunity to learn from and network with healthcare IT professionals to inspire innovation and improve healthcare delivery and technologies throughout the state. CME, CNE, CPE, CPHIMS credits will be offered.

10th Global Conference on Health Promotion: Health Promotion for Well-being, Equity and Sustainable Development

December 13-15, 2021 | UAE

On 13-15 December 2021 WHO will hold the 10th Global Conference on Health Promotion with the support the United Arab Emirates, UN agencies and partners.The conference will be organized to address how health promotion can advance well-being. Health promotion is the process of enabling people to increase control over, and to improve, their health. Health promotion is about creating the conditions and healthy environments for people where they live, work, age and play.Thus, the concept of well-being is increasingly used in Member States to reflect the indivisibility of sustainable development goals. As defined in the WHO Constitution, health is “a state of complete physical, mental and socialwell-being and not merely the absence ofdisease or infirmity”, WHO has never addressed the issue as a theme of a major conference.At the end of the conference, participants will issue a political statement with key requirements for governments to adopt and adapt an expanded health promotion approach to advance well-being.

Digitalization x Healthcare Asia 2022 Virtual Summit

May 18-19, 2022 | USA

Digitalization x Healthcare Asia Virtual Conference 2022 is the leading technology digital healthcare conference in Southeast Asia. It covers all aspects of medical and mobile technology including Hospital ICTs / e-health, m-health, telehealth, telemedicine, digital health, healthcare IT, cybersecurity in healthcare, and operations.

Spotlight

Housing affordability is a social determinant of health. A lack of affordable housing contributes to housing instability and homelessness, both of which are strong predictors of higher healthcare costs and poor health outcomes, according to a new infographic by the State Health Access Data Assistance Center. The infographic breaks down the issue of unaffordable rents and explores how state Medicaid policy can alleviate the burden of unaffordable rents.

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