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12th World Congress on Healthcare and Medical Tourism, will be organized around the theme “Focusing Effective Approach Towards Healthcare”
Health Congress 2017 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Health Congress 2017
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Health Management or Healthcare Management is related to leadership, management and administration of health care systems, public health systems, hospitals, and hospital networks. Generally management of a single institution is also referred to as Health service management. There are different associations related to health systems management that can be categorized as institutional or personal membership groups.
Personal membership groups are joined by individuals typically focused on their individual skills & career development. Bigger personal membership groups include the College of Healthcare Executives, the Healthcare Management Associations, and the Healthcare Information Technology and Management Systems Society.
- Track 1-1Health Care quality and Health care Delivery
- Track 1-2Government Policy and Healthcare Management
- Track 1-3Quality Management in Healthcare Industry
- Track 1-4Financing Health Care and Health insurance
- Track 1-5Legal/Ethical Concerns in Managed Care
- Track 1-6Management Science and its Applications to Healthcare
- Track 1-7Hospital Design
- Track 1-8Healthcare Advertising
The domain of Healthcare Innovation, Health Policy and Evaluation conducts autonomous and opportune arrangement research with the point of propelling human services framework. Procedures for and interests in infection counteractive action and administration are another basic situated of components deciding wellbeing result.
- Track 2-1Novel approaches in Healthcare Delivery
- Track 2-2Digital Innovations
- Track 2-3Advances in Healthcare
- Track 2-4Healthcare Databases
- Track 2-5Technological Innovations in Healthcare industry
- Track 2-6Home Health Monitoring
- Track 2-7Future of Health care
Health services include all services dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of disease, or the promotion, maintenance and restoration of health. They include personal and non-personal health services.
Health services are the most visible functions of any health system, both to users and the general public. Service provision refers to the way inputs such as money, staff, equipment and drugs are combined to allow the delivery of health interventions.
Improving access, coverage and quality of services depends on these key resources being available; on the ways services are organized and managed, and on incentives influencing providers and users
- Track 3-1Health service accreditation programs
- Track 3-2E-Healthcare Services
- Track 3-3Ambulatory care
- Track 3-4Rehabilitation
- Track 3-5Health Promotion and Illness prevention services
Women have unique health issues. And some of the health issues that affect women differently. Unique issues include pregnancy, menopause, and conditions of the female organs. Women can have a healthy pregnancy by getting early and regular prenatal care. They should also get recommended breast cancer, cervical cancer, and bone density screenings. Complications of pregnancy are health problems that occur during pregnancy. They can involve the mother's health, the baby's health, or both. It is estimated that up to 40 percent of women will have a UTI at some time in their lives. Breast cancer is cancer that develops from breast tissue. Signs of breast cancer may include a lump in the breast, a change in breast shape. Certain factors increase your risk of ovarian cancer: Age Inherited gene mutation, Estrogen hormone replacement therapy.
- Track 4-1Cancer
- Track 4-2Maternal and Child Health
- Track 4-3Perinatal and Reproductive Health
- Track 4-4Violence against Women
- Track 4-5Women’s Beauty
- Track 4-6Gynaecological health and disorders
- Track 4-7Autoimmune Disorders and Psychological Disorders
Nutritional science investigates the metabolic and physiological responses of the body to diet. With advances in the fields of molecular biology, biochemistry, genetics, the study of Human nutrition is increasingly concerned with metabolism and metabolic pathways. Pediatrics is the branch of medicine that deals with the medical care of infants, children, and adolescents, and the age limit usually ranges from birth up to 18 years of age. Nutrition is some of the most effective forms of development aid. Breastfeeding can reduce rates of malnutrition and death in children, and efforts to promote the practice increase rates.
- Track 5-1Nutritional Deficiency and Disorders
- Track 5-2Healthy diet-Obesity
- Track 5-3Malnutrition
- Track 5-4Pediatric Nutrition
- Track 5-5Probiotics and Prebiotics
- Track 5-6Nutritional Therapy and Treatment
A chronic condition is a human health condition or disease that is persistent or otherwise long-lasting in its effects or a disease that comes with time. The term chronic is usually applied when the course of the disease lasts for more than three months. Common chronic diseases include arthritis, asthma, cancer, COPD, diabetes and viral diseases such as hepatitis C and HIV/AIDS. Chronic diseases constitute a major cause of mortality.
- Track 6-1Cardiovascular Diseases
- Track 6-2Diabetes Mellitus type 1 and 2
- Track 6-3Tuberculosis
- Track 6-4Hepatitis
- Track 6-5Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Track 6-6Osteoporosis
- Track 6-7COPD
The reciprocal relationship between more severe and persistent mental illness and poor physical health, including cardiovascular disease and diabetes, is increasingly clear. Consequently, the physical health care of people with severe and persistent mental illness has been identified as a serious public health challenge
- Track 7-1Mental Health Disorders
- Track 7-2Psychotherapy
- Track 7-3Mental Health Diagnosis
- Track 7-4Mental Health Counselling
- Track 7-5Alcohol, smoking and drugs
- Track 7-6Lifestyle and personal hygiene
About 60 per cent of Australians use complementary medicines at least once per year. Many people believe that alternative or complementary preparations, such as herbal remedies, are safer because they are derived from natural sources. amchi workshops This isn’t always true. Some herbs can act on the body as powerfully as any conventional medicine, and unwanted side effects can occur. When Alcohol used with medicines can cause side effects and traditional medicine toxic side effects and drug interactions.
- Track 8-1Acupressure
- Track 8-2Natural Remedies of Healthcare
- Track 8-3Ayurvedic Health
- Track 8-4Homeopathy
- Track 8-5Holistics Medicine
- Track 8-6Healthcare related case studies
Technological innovation has yielded truly remarkable advances in health care during the last five decades. In recent years, breakthroughs in a variety of areas have helped to improve health care delivery and patient outcomes, including antivirals, anticlotting drugs, ant diabetic drugs, antihypertensive drugs, ant rheumatic drugs, vaccines, pharmacogenomics and targeted cancer therapies, cardiac rhythm management, diagnostic imaging, minimally invasive surgery, joint replacement, pain management, infection control, and health information technology. The proliferation of health care technology and its expanding uses have contributed to burgeoning health care costs
- Track 9-1Healthcare Engineering
- Track 9-2Diagnostic methods
- Track 9-3Emerging Technologies in Healthcare
- Track 9-4Healthcare Wearable technologies
- Track 9-5Electronic health records
- Track 9-6Health informatics and Clinical documentation improvement
- Track 9-7Healthcare and Computational Biology
Without doubt, medical technology is indispensable for people's health and better quality of life in some areas; and contributes billions of dollars to the economy. Total healthcare spending worldwide was $7.2 trillion in 2013, accounting for 10.6% of global GDP and forecast to grow at >5% annually to 20181. Increases in spend are being driven in large part by increases in life expectancy, leading to ageing populations.
Health economics is related to value, behavior efficiency & effectiveness in the production and consumption of both health and health care. Health economists study the functioning of health care systems & health-affecting behaviors such as drinking, smoking etc. bThere are many sub-categories under health policies like National Healthcare policy, personal health care policy, Nursing Healthcare policy, pharmaceutical policy, and Environmental Health and public healthcare policies such as vaccination policy, tobacco control policy and breastfeeding promotion policy.
- Track 10-1Health Economics Policy
- Track 10-2Global Market for Healthcare
- Track 10-3Health insurance and Medical Economics
- Track 10-4Pharmacoeconomics and Pharmacoepidemiology
- Track 10-5Economic Evaluation and Analysis
- Track 10-6Equity Health Care and Universal Health Coverage
- Track 11-1Tools and Techniques
- Track 11-2Cosmetic Dentistry
- Track 11-3Periodontal Services and Future Trends in Dentistry
- Track 11-4Oral Diseases
- Track 11-5Oral diseases and Prevention
- Track 11-6Paediatric Dentistry and Dental Practice
Digital technologies are reinventing healthcare across the patient lifecycle, enabling a more personalised, timely and cost-effective treatment journey. The influx of smarter devices, mobile solutions and patient-centred technologies means industry trends are evolving, and by 2020 the healthcare continuum as we know it today, will be unrecognisable. Generally, digital healthcare is concerned about the development of interconnected health systems so as to improve the use of computational technologies, smart devices, computational analysis techniques and communication media to aid healthcare professionals and patients manage illnesses and health risks, as well as promote health and wellbeing
Digital healthcare is a multi-disciplinary domain which involves many stakeholders, including clinicians, researchers and scientists with a wide range of expertise in healthcare, engineering, social sciences, public health, health economics and management
- Track 12-1Big data analytics and Cloud computing
- Track 12-2Telemedicine and Telehealth
- Track 12-3Wearable computing and cyber security
- Track 12-4e-Health and e-Patient
- Track 12-5Healthcare information technology and wireless health
- Track 12-6Designing for Patient Safety and Wellness
The term health-care waste includes all the waste generated within health-care facilities, research centres and laboratories related to medical procedures. In addition, it includes the same types of waste originating from minor and scattered sources, including waste produced in the course of health care undertaken in the home (e.g. home dialysis, self-administration of insulin, recuperative care). Most waste generated in healthcare establishments can be treated as regular solid municipal waste. But a varying proportion of HCW requires special attention, including sharps (e.g. needles, razors, scalpels), pathological waste, other potentially infectious waste, pharmaceutical waste, biological waste, and hazardous chemical waste. Collectively, these wastes are known as “special healthcare waste”.
- Track 13-1Health-care waste-management planning
- Track 13-2Treatment and disposal methods
- Track 13-3Waste minimization, reuse and recycling
- Track 13-4Hospital hygiene and infection control
- Track 13-5Legislative, regulatory and policy aspects of health-care waste
Medical tourism describes the act of people making health choices and accessing health treatments across borders. When consumers elect to travel across international borders to receive some form of medical treatment,
which may span the full range of medical services (most commonly includes dental care, cosmetic surgery, elective surgery and fertility treatment).
- Track 14-1Public Health Concepts
- Track 14-2Public Health Services
- Track 14-3Trends in Demand for Health Tourism
- Track 14-4Global health care and globalized health care
Medical tourism most often is for surgeries (cosmetic or otherwise) or similar treatments, though people also travel for dental tourism or fertility tourism. People with rare genetic disorders may travel to countries where the treatment is better understood. However, almost all types of health care are available, including psychiatry, alternative medicine, convalescent care, and even burial services.
Depending on the destination they choose, medical tourists may be subject to a number of risks, such as deep vein thrombosis from air travel or poor post-operative care. It covers a wide field of health-oriented, tourism ranging from preventive and health-conductive treatment to rehabilitational and curative forms of travel.
- Track 15-1Ethical and Legal Implications and Risks
- Track 15-2Surgical tourism and Transplant tourism
- Track 15-3Reproductive tourism and Dental tourism
- Track 15-4Tourism Industry and treatment process
- Track 15-5Trends in medical tourism and opportunities
The main impact of medical tourism is that it brings direct foreign exchange earnings and contributes greatly to government revenues. It offers employment and business opportunities to the local people. Medical tourism is an enormous source of foreign exchange for destination economies because foreign medical tourists bring in foreign currency to pay for different goods and services they receive during their medical journey. Medical tourism is an emerging global industry, with a range of key stakeholders with commercial interests including health care providers, insurance provision, website providers and conference and media services. Since medical tourism attracts the high-end tourists from developed and developing nations, it gives an economic boost to not only developed countries but also small or deprived regions, which otherwise are rich in traditional methods of health.
- Track 16-1Globalisation of the health care market
- Track 16-2Healthcare costs
- Track 16-3Marketing strategies
- Track 16-4Marketing tools in medical tourism
Even though there are numerous benefits and opportunities provided by medical tourism, potential medical tourists who are looking forward to profit from these benefits, should also be aware of the challenges. Authorization and various quality measures differ widely across the globe that may turn out to be risky and even dangerous for medical tourists to contemplate, making medical tourism a challenging method.
- Track 17-1Human resources and specialists
- Track 17-2Economic impact
- Track 17-3Environmental impact
- Track 17-4Ethical and Legal impact
- Track 17-5Treatment impact
Health Congress 2017 provides great avenues for Investors seeking for investment opportunities and expanding their business horizons. Our conference is attended by participants from more than 40 countries and attracts an interesting combination of academic researchers, practitioners and individuals who are engaged in various aspects of innovations in Health Research and Medical Tourism thereby providing plenty of networking opportunities and newfound knowledge.
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