April 16 / 17 – 2018

Together we Will Shape the Future of Healthcare

The Hague, The Netherlands
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World Healthcare Forum purpose

Our mission

The World Healthcare Forum wants to work actively towards a healthcare system that is accessible and sustainable.

Health is a precious gift. Therefore we want to actively promote a healthy society where prevention of disease is high on the agenda and where the Healthcare Landscape is efficient, patient oriented, of high quality and always open to (disruptive)innovations.


Unique Features of the WHF

  • Bringing all stakeholders together
  • Connect leaders of today with those of tomorrow to promote dialogue
  • Provide a stage for new talent and new innovations
  • Challenge current dogmas in healthcare
  • Inspire young talent to engage in healthcare innovation
  • Forum format instead of a ‘classic’ unidirectional conference in order to allow active participation
  • Provide an on-line and off-line platform with several regional meetings to allow continuous discussions and working groups
Watch

A brief impression

World Healthcare Forum 2016

Latest news

Check out the gallery from our conference.

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February 14, 2018

The World Healthcare Forum Likes to Welcome Professor of Health Economics Lieven Annemans !… Read more

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February 13, 2018

We are  Pleased to Announce and Welcome Professor F. Rinke de Wit to the World Healthcare Forum!… Read more

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December 20, 2017

To ensure that our Forum will contribute to developing solutions to key healthcare challenges,… Read more

What we will discuss

Forum Themes

For the upcoming Forum we aim to connect stakeholders with the goal of creating teams that commit themselves to work together to address key healthcare challenges. Their commitment will be captured in the World Healthcare Forum Declaration of the Hague, to be signed April 17th, 2018, in the Hague, The Netherlands.

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Nutrition, Lifestyle & Health

  • Innovations & Start-ups
  • Awareness
  • Education
  • Digital Health
  • Prevention

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Disruptive Technology & Innovations

  • IoT
  • Blockchain
  • AI
  • Robotics
  • Digital Health
  • Mobile Health
  • Pricing


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Advanced Healthcare Systems

  • VBH & Integrated Health
  • Patient Centricity
  • Evidence Based Care
  • Mobile Healthcare
  • Digital Healthcare
  • Pricing

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Global Public Health

  • Awareness
  • Access to Medicine
  • Vaccine Networks
  • Data sharing
  • Digital Healthcare
  • Pricing
  • Lack of Antibiotics
  • Neglected Tropical Diseases


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Innovative Treatment Modalities

  • Cancer
  • Alzheimer
  • Chronic deseases
  • Improvement diagnostics
  • Anti Microbial Resistance

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More on our Themes

The themes will require an integrated view across the health chain, involving all stakeholders. Wish to know more about our main themes?

Main Themes

Previous editions

A brief impression of previous World Healthcare Forum editions


Who is talking?

Speakers overview

Joining us on Monday & Tuesday

Monday

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United Kingdom

Carol Jagger

AXA Professor of Epidemiology of Ageing, Newcastle University Institute for Ageing

theme icon nutrition 14.30 – 15.00
What will the health of the future of older population look like?


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United States of America

Charles C. Muscoplat

Professor of Food Science and Nutrition and Adjunct Professor of Medicine, University of Minnesota

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Nutrition, poverty and genetics


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The Netherlands

Jurriaan Pröpper

Managing director OptiMedis Nederland

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Value Based Healthcare and Integrated Health: in Dutch practice


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The Netherlands

Wim Groot

Professor of Health Economics, Maastricht University

theme icon nutrition 14.30 – 15.00
Patient centered outcome measurements


The list goes on

And many more

Check out the full list of speakers for Monday on our special page.

Monday

Tuesday

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United States of America

Ziad Obermeyer

Assistant professor Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School

theme icon nutrition 10.30 – 11.00
Future of Medicine : role of big data


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France

Francois Sarkozy

CEO, FSNB Health & Care

theme icon nutrition 15.00 – 15.30
Future of Pharma Industry


The list goes on

And many more

Check out the full list of speakers for Tuesday on our special page.

Tuesday

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Partners

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