ISPOR 2022

May 15-18, 2022 | USA

ISPOR 2022
Concerns about privacy, equity, bias, diminished opportunities for personal interactions between patients and healthcare professionals have risen up on the healthcare system challenges agenda. Taking advantage of the current unique times that promote experimenting with platforms, writing new rules, and changing business and organizational approaches while rapidly adapting to new realities, ISPOR 2022 will encourage open discussion of the challenges and opportunities of the emerging patient-driven healthcare system and HEOR’s role in shaping its development. 

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In Brazil, healthcare is a birthright. Since the twentieth century, the Brazilian government has worked hard to establish healthcare as a universal, state-sponsored system – financed through taxes at the federal, state, and municipal levels.


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The MedTech Conference

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International Conference on Recent Advances in Medical and Health Sciences

September 21-22, 2022 | Czech Republic

The Academics World International Conference on Recent Advances in Medical and Health Sciences ICRAMHS aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research

HIMSS EUROPEAN HEALTH CONFERENCE 2022

June 14-16, 2022 | USA

The conference will include sessions that will address the whole spectrum of the digital health ecosystem to reach key audiences in the sector: from hospital CEOs to innovative SMEs start-ups, as well as CMOs, clinicians, and nurses.

WORLD HEALTH SUMMIT 2022

October 16-18, 2022 | Germany

The World Health Summit is a leading strategic forum for global health and brings together leaders from politics, science and medicine, the private sector, and civil society across 100 nations to set the agenda for a healthier future.

Spotlight

In Brazil, healthcare is a birthright. Since the twentieth century, the Brazilian government has worked hard to establish healthcare as a universal, state-sponsored system – financed through taxes at the federal, state, and municipal levels.

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