Top Sector HTSM Healthcare roadmap 2018

November 30, 2018

Health and healthcare systems will face a huge challenge in providing the same level of services, in an appropriate, efficient and cost-effective way, to a rapidly growing and aging population. Global healthcare expenditure is currently estimated a USD7.6 trillion and its growth will continue greater than the GDP, reaching double the rate in some countries. By 2030, world population will increase by 1.3 billion, the middle class by 3 billion.

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Charite Berlin sees itself as a top-level European location for medical research and patient care. Originally established in 1710 as a quarantine hospital outside the gates of Berlin, the Charité is inseparably linked with innovative scientific, medical and nursing achievements as well as with the names of outstanding physicians, including the pathologist Rudolf Virchow, the surgeon Ferdinand Sauer-Bruch and the founder of modern bacteriology, Robert Koch.

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