15-17 June 2022 Tour & Taxis, Brussels, Belgium events@ehma.org

Discover this session by the Gesundheit Österreich GmbH (GÖG) and the PHIRI project

Better information, better decisions – Advances and challenges in pan-European health information systems during the COVID-19 pandemic The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of exchanging population health and health policy information across countries at a fast pace. Improving how these data are shared across countries benefits researchers, national decision-makers and citizens.   With the introduction […]

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Announcing the EHMA 2022 Co-Host: the Leuven Institute for Healthcare Policy 

EHMA is pleased to announce that the Leuven Institute for Healthcare Policy will be the co-host of the EHMA 2022 Annual Conference, taking place on 15-17 June 2022 in Brussels, Belgium under the theme ‘From people to systems: leadership for sustainable future’.  The Leuven Institute for Healthcare Policy is a research and teaching centre focused […]

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EHMA 2022 to host the 20th edition of the Karolinska Medical Management Centre & EHMA Research Award

The EHMA 2022 Annual Conference will host the 20th edition of the Karolinska Medical Management Centre (MMC) & EHMA Research Award promoting high-quality research on health management. The Award was created to stimulate early career researchers to engage in healthcare management research. Since its establishment in 2002, the award has attracted numerous doctoral researchers who […]

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EHMA 2022 topics: Improving healthcare access, delivery, and outcomes

Universal health coverage is one of the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Although the European Union is close to universal population coverage, many subgroups of the population face inequalities and considerable barriers that impede access to healthcare resources and services and affect their health and wellbeing. Social and income status were the most significant barriers […]

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EHMA 2022 topics: Shaping sustainable systems

The health of the population and the environment are closely intertwined, and health is both a contributor and a beneficiary to sustainable and economic development. In order to be sustainable in the long-term, health systems must therefore provide quality care and improve the health of the population, while limiting their impact on the environment.    The […]

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EHMA 2022 topics: Workforce of the future

The 2021 edition of the State of Health in the EU’s Companion Report highlighted the main conclusions from the analysis of 29 countries. One of the three conclusions is on the need to address shortages of healthcare professionals and to think about the needs of the workforce in the future.  The COVID-19 pandemic has, with […]

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EHMA 2022 topics: Managing the digital transformation

Digital health has demonstrated its multiple advantages during the COVID-19 pandemic. The challenge now consists in building on the momentum to continue exploiting the added value brought by digital technologies. Digital technologies can improve access to healthcare and help make health systems more responsive, resilient, and sustainable.[1] Digital transformation is also key to achieving high-quality patient […]

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EHMA 2022 topics: People-centred systems

Patient-centricity has been a key topic within health systems, giving way to bringing in patients in the decision-making, planning, development, and monitoring of their care. It empowers individuals to take charge of their own health rather than being passive recipients of services. It consists in asking about what matters to patients, providers, organisations, and systems […]

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Explore EHMA 2022 topics

As health systems are analysing their COVID-19 response to implement changes and improve their preparedness for future challenges, several lessons have already emerged. One important takeaway of the pandemic is that effective policies and political leadership were key for a resilient response to a pandemic. It is also apparent that health interventions were easier to establish in countries with stronger public health and primary care systems […]

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