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6th Global Healthcare Nutritionists and Dietician annual Conference, will be organized around the theme “Healthcare Concerns and its Management”

American HealthCare - 2016 is comprised of 24 tracks and 151 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in American HealthCare - 2016.

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  • Track 1-1Mental health practitioners
  • Track 1-2Surgical practitioners
  • Track 1-3Public health practitioners
  • Track 1-4Maternal and newborn health practitioners
  • Track 1-5Geriatric care practitioners
  • Track 1-6Health administrator
  • Track 2-1Green Healthcare Institutions
  • Track 2-2Medical nursing home
  • Track 2-3Old Age Nursing Homes
  • Track 2-4Medical laboratory and research
  • Track 2-5Mental Healthcare Hospitals
  • Track 2-6Primary Health centers
  • Track 3-1Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act 
  • Track 3-2United States National Health Care Act 
  • Track 3-3Affordable Health Care for America Act 
  • Track 3-4Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
  • Track 3-5Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act 
  • Track 3-6Health and Social Care Act 
  • Track 4-1Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy
  • Track 4-2Academy for Eating Disorders
  • Track 4-3Advanced Medical Technology Association
  • Track 4-4Alabama State Nurses Association
  • Track 4-5American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
  • Track 5-1Medical statistics
  • Track 5-2Statistics in healthcare management
  • Track 5-3Importance of statistics in public health
  • Track 5-4Healthcare Market 
  • Track 5-5Statistics for Health Care Research
  • Track 5-6Healthcare expenditure statistics
  • Track 6-1Strategies to Market a Healthcare Organization
  • Track 6-2Health care marketing plan presentation
  • Track 6-3Hospital marketing plan
  • Track 6-4Marketing plan for health care clinic
  • Track 6-5 Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
  • Track 6-6Society for Healthcare Strategy & Market 
  • Track 7-1Healthcare Policy, Innovation and Management
  • Track 7-2Healthcare Management vs Healthcare Administration
  • Track 7-3Healthcare management systems
  • Track 7-4Health Care Management Department
  • Track 7-5Why Pursue A Career in Health Management
  • Track 7-6 Healthcare Operations Management
  • Track 8-1Ethical principles in health care 
  • Track 8-2National Center for Ethics in Health Care
  • Track 8-3Importance of ethics in healthcare
  • Track 8-4The ethics of surgical innovation for patient care
  • Track 8-5Cases in Medical Ethics
  • Track 8-6Ethical Issues in Health Care
  • Track 9-1Issues of Health and Health Care Reform
  • Track 9-2Social issues affecting healthcare
  • Track 9-3Attitudes toward social issues in health care
  • Track 9-4The issues surrounding social network sites and healthcare professionals.
  • Track 9-5The Health Care Crisis in the United States
  • Track 9-6Healthcare and Social Issues Committee
  • Track 9-7Inequality and Distribution in Health Care
  • Track 10-1Health Care and Education Reform
  • Track 10-2Health Care Education Association
  • Track 10-3Health Care Education & Training
  • Track 10-4Healthcare Education Services
  • Track 10-5healthcare online education
  • Track 10-6Healthcare - Center on Education and the Workforce

Health care  is the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease, illness, injury, and other physical and mental impairments in human beings. Health care is delivered by practitioners in allied health, dentistry, midwifery (obstetrics), medicine, nursing, optometry, pharmacy, psychology and other health professions. It refers to the work done in providing primary care, secondary care, and tertiary care, as well as in public health.  Health care systems are organizations established to meet the health needs of target populations. Their exact configuration varies between national and subnational entities. In some countries and jurisdictions, health care planning is distributed among market participants, whereas in others, planning occurs more centrally among governments or other coordinating bodies. Health care can contribute to a significant part of a country's economy. In 2011, the health care industry consumed an average of 9.3 percent of the GDP or US$ 3,322 (PPP-adjusted) per capita across the 34 members of OECD countries. The USA (17.7%, or US$ PPP 8,508), the Netherlands (11.9%, 5,099), France (11.6%, 4,118), Germany (11.3%, 4,495), Canada (11.2%, 5669), and Switzerland (11%, 5,634) were the top spenders. For More Information please, CLICK HERE

  • Track 11-1Public Healthcare
  • Track 11-2Community Healthcare
  • Track 11-3Emergency Healthcare
  • Track 11-4Global Healthcare
  • Track 11-5System Healthcare
  • Track 11-6Healthcare in USA

Advancements in medical technology have allowed physicians to better diagnose and treat their patients since the beginning of the professional practice of medicine. Thanks to the continuous development of technology in the medical field, countless lives have been saved and the overall quality of life continues to improve over time. In today’s world, technology plays an important role in every industry as well as in our personal lives. Out of all of the industries that technology plays a crucial role in, healthcare is definitely one of the most important. This merger is responsible for improving and saving countless lives all around the world. Medical technology is a broad field where innovation plays a crucial role in sustaining health. Areas like biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, information technology, the development of medical devices and equipment, and more have all made significant contributions to improving the health of people all around the world. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, signed into law in 2009 under the Obama Administration, has provided approximately $19 billion in incentives for hospitals to shift from paper to electronic medical records. . Healthcare providers who implement electronic records can receive up to $44,000 over four years in Medicare funding and $63,750 over six years in Medicaid funding. For More Information please, CLICK HERE

  • Track 12-1Sensors and wearable technology.
  • Track 12-2Remote monitoring tools
  • Track 12-3Telemedicine / telehealth.
  • Track 12-4Mobile health
  • Track 12-5The electronic health record.
  • Track 12-6Healthcare Business Tech
  • Track 12-7Healthcare Information Technology
  • Track 12-8Health care softwares
  • Track 12-9Healthcare Equipment
  • Track 12-10Telehealth

Healthcare administration is the field relating to leadership, management, and administration of public health systems, health care systems, hospitals, and hospital networks. Health care administrators are considered health care professionals. Healthcare management systems ensures that specific outcomes are attained, that departments within a health facility are running smoothly, that the right people are in the right jobs, that people know what is expected of them, that resources are used efficiently and that all departments are working towards a common goal. For More Information please, CLICK HERE

  • Track 13-1Health Care Communications
  • Track 13-2Health care delivery systems
  • Track 13-3Hospitals Services
  • Track 13-4Medical and Health Services Management

Future innovations in healthcare IT, big data in particular, will focus on the aggregation and transformation of patient data into actionable knowledge that can improve patient and financial outcomes. Today, many healthcare organizations are looking to the future and considering gamification as a way to increase employee engagement, collaboration, and productivity as well as to align their behavior with larger business goals. Enormous technological changes in medicine and healthcare are heading our way.  These trends have a variety of stakeholders: patients, medical professionals, researchers, medical students, and consumers.  They are important because of the impact they will likely have on all of us at one time or another. According to a new market report published by Transparency Market Research "Home Healthcare Market - Global Industry Size, Market Share, Trends, Analysis and Forecast, 2012 – 2018 the global home healthcare market is estimated to be worth USD 195.6 billion in 2012 and is expected to reach the value of USD 305.9 billion by 2018, growing at a CAGR of 7.7% from 2012 to 2018. The Americas region is expected to lead the global home healthcare market in terms of revenue till 2018. The total home healthcare market in the Americas is expected to reach the value of USD 150.8 billion by 2018 followed by Europe with total revenue of USD 80.5 billion. For More Information please, CLICK HERE

  • Track 14-1Healthcare Databases
  • Track 14-2Health care communications
  • Track 14-3Advances in Healthcare

Infectious diseases are disorders caused by organisms — such as bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites. Many organisms live in and on our bodies. They're normally harmless or even helpful, but under certain conditions, some organisms may cause disease. Some infectious diseases can be passed from person to person. Some are transmitted by bites from insects or animals. And others are acquired by ingesting contaminated food or water or being exposed to organisms in the environmental microbilogy. Signs and symptoms vary depending on the organism causing the infection, but often include fever and fatigue. Mild complaints may respond to rest and home remedies, while some life-threatening infections may require hospitalization. The global market for infectious disease treatments was valued at $90.4 billion in 2009. This market is expected to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.8% to reach $138 billion in 2014. The largest market share belongs to antibiotic treatments for bacterial and fungal diseases at 53% of the total infectious disease treatment market.  Fungal disease treatments will experience a slightly higher compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.2%, from $4.6 billion in 2009 to $6.2 billion in 2014. Viral disease treatments will have the fastest compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.1%, increasing from nearly $45 billion in 2009 to $79 billion in 2014. For More Information please, CLICK HERE

  • Track 15-1Sexually Transmitted Infections
  • Track 15-2Reproductive Tract Infections
  • Track 15-3Auto Immune Diseases
  • Track 15-4Skin Infections
  • Track 15-5Thyroid Disorders
  • Track 15-6Disorders of Connective Tissue and Skeleton
  • Track 15-7HIV and AIDS

Chronic Disease is a long-lasting condition that can be controlled but not cured.  Chronic illness affects the population worldwide. As described by the Centers for Disease Control, chronic disease is the leading cause of death and disability in the world. Data from the World Health Organization show that chronic disease is also the major cause  of premature death around the world even in places where infectious disease are rampant. Although chronic diseases are among the most common and costly health problems, they are also among the most preventable and most can be effectively controlled. As of 2012, about half of all adults—117 million people—had one or more chronic health conditions. One of four adults had two or more chronic health conditions. Seven of the top 10 causes of death in 2010 were chronic diseases. Two of these chronic diseases—heart disease and cancer—together accounted for nearly 48% of all deaths. Obesity is a serious health concern. During 2009–2010, more than one-third of adults, or about 78 million people, were obese (defined as body mass index [BMI] ≥30 kg/m2). Nearly one of five youths aged 2–19 years was obese (BMI ≥95th percentile). Arthritis is the most common cause of disability. Of the 53 million adults with a doctor diagnosis of arthritis, more than 22 million say they have trouble with their usual activities because of arthritis. Diabetes is the leading cause of kidney failure, lower-limb amputations other than those caused by injury, and new cases of blindness among adults. For More Information please, CLICK HERE

  • Track 16-1Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
  • Track 16-2Osteoporosis
  • Track 16-3Obesity
  • Track 16-4Asthma
  • Track 16-5Oncology
  • Track 16-6Diabetes
  • Track 16-7Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Track 16-8Parkinson's disease

Psychological well-being is a level of mental prosperity or an unlucky deficiency of a mental disorder it is the "mental condition of somebody who is working at an agreeable level of passionate and behavioral change". From the viewpoint of positive brain science or comprehensive quality, emotional wellness may incorporate a singular's capacity to appreciate life, and make a harmony between life exercises and endeavors to accomplish mental strength According to World Health Organization (WHO) psychological well-being incorporates "subjective prosperity, saw self-viability, self-governance, capability, intergenerational reliance, and self-completion of one's scholarly and enthusiastic potential, among others." WHO further expresses that the prosperity of an individual is included in the acknowledgment of their capacities, adapting to ordinary burdens of life, beneficial work and commitment to their group. In any case, social contrasts, subjective appraisals, and contending proficient hypotheses all influence how "psychological well-being" is characterized. This session also Includes: Cyber bullying and Sexting: its impact on women, Effects of Violence and Abuse on Developing Girls, Psychiatric Issues, Hypertension, Fibromyalgia, Autoimmune Diseases and the Nervous System, Effective Models for Mental Healthcare, Natural Approaches to Improve Memory and Brain Health. Mental health conditions pose a heavy human and economic burden in the United States. According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), 1 in 4 American adults have been diagnosed with a mental health disorder – and serious mental illnesses cost the U.S. more than $317 billion annually in lost wages, health care expenditures and disability benefits. For More Information please, CLICK HERE

  • Track 17-1Rehabilitation
  • Track 17-2Neuro Healthcare
  • Track 17-3Psychiatric health Issues
  • Track 17-4Effective Models for Mental Healthcare
  • Track 17-5Natural Approaches to Improve Memory and Brain Health
  • Track 17-6Behavioral Healthcare
  • Track 17-7Sleep Health
  • Track 17-8Eating Disorders
  • Track 17-9Depression of Mental Health
  • Track 17-10Stress of Psycological Health

Pediatrics (also spelled paediatrics or pædiatrics) 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 (in some places until completion of secondary education, and until age 21 in the United States). A medical practitioner who specializes in this area is known as a pediatrician, or paediatrician. Pediatricians work both in hospitals, particularly those working in its specialized subfields such as neonatology, and as primary care physicians who specialize in children. The world market for prescription pediatric drugs is approximately $38 billion, and will grow to nearly $43 billion by 2011, according to Kalorama Information research. Although some traditionally well-served and mature segments of the pediatric market such as anti-infectives will display lackluster growth, other areas show much more potential. While the focus of most healthcare watchers has been on the world’s aging population, one must not forget that children number nearly 2.5 billion, or 40% of people on the planet. The demographics, large unmet need, regulatory incentives, and opportunity for product portfolio extension are making developers wake up and take a second look at this market. For More Information please, CLICK HERE

  • Track 18-1School health 
  • Track 18-2Childhood abuse including sexual abuse
  • Track 18-3Acute and chronic childhood diseases
  • Track 18-4Adolescent medicine 
  • Track 18-5Well and Sick Child Care
  • Track 18-6Pediatric Health Care Associates
  • Track 18-7Child Healthcare
  • Track 18-8Pre & Perinatal Healthcare
  • Track 18-9Neonatology for Healthcare
  • Track 18-10Pediatric Mental Health Care
  • Track 18-11Pediatric Genetic Disorders

Among the most dominant features of today’s global economy, is the general state of global healthcare. Its lack of availability to the significant portion of global population (including in the United States and other developed countries) and, at the same time, its escalating costs and growing demands for more governmental and consumer control and access, have created a serious crisis. Such situation has extremely important economic, social, financial, educational and scientific implications. A great deal of serious research is being conducted in healthcare economics, with a very significant scientific output and there exists a tremendous interest in its results, from scientists, economists, commercial businesses, and policy makers, as well as from the general public health. Ageing populations and advances in treatment have long supported health-care spending, but governments are at last making headway in cutting costs. Global health-care outlays will rise by 4% on a per-head basis in 2013, half the average in the decade before the financial crisis. As a share of GDP, health-care spending will stay just above 10%, and then begin a gradual decline in 2014. Emerging innovations in the delivery of health care, particularly in developing countries, offer insights on how to tackle its rising cost, estimated at $7 trillion a year globally. Health care is consuming an escalating share of income in developed and developing nations alike. For More Information please, CLICK HERE

  • Track 19-1Healthcare products and Market Analysis
  • Track 19-2Healthcare Companies and Industries
  • Track 19-3Healthcare Marketing and Industry
  • Track 19-4Healthcare Management
  • Track 19-5International Healthcare Economics

Health insurance is insurance against the risk of incurring medical expenses among individuals. By estimating the overall risk of health care and health system expenses, among a targeted group, an insurer can develop a routine finance structure, such as a monthly premium or payroll tax, to ensure that money is available to pay for the health care benefits specified in the insurance agreement. The benefit is administered by a central organization such as a government agency, private business, or not-for-profit entity. According to the Health Insurance Association of America, health insurance is defined as "coverage that provides for the payments of benefits as a result of sickness or injury management. Includes medical insurance for losses from accident, medical health expense, disability, or accidental death and dismemberment". April 19, 2014, 8.02 million people had signed up through the health insurance marketplaces and an additional 4.8 million joined Medicaid. As of February, 2015, about 11.4 million of Americans who have already made getting health care a priority and signed up for or been automatically renewed for 2015 Marketplace coverage. For More Information please, CLICK HERE

  • Track 20-1Comprehensive HealthInsurance
  • Track 20-2Indeminity Health Insurance
  • Track 20-3Health Insurance Market Analysis
  • Track 20-4Health Policies
  • Track 20-5Health Promotion
  • Track 20-6Public Health Policy
  • Track 20-7E-Health Insurance

Women's health refers to a state of complete physical health, mental health, and social well-being, as experienced by women, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Some of these relate to structures such as female genitalia and breasts or to conditions caused by hormones specific to, or most notable in, females (e.g. menstruation, birth control, maternal healthchild birth, menopause and breast cancer). Some conditions that affect both men and women, such as cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, also manifest differently in women. Women's health issues also include medical situations in which women face problems not directly related to their biology, such as gender-differentiated access to medical treatment and other socioeconomic factors. Worldwide, women and girls are at greater risk of HIV/AIDS – a phenomenon associated with unsafe sexual activity that is often unconsensual.  The global market for women’s health therapeutics was worth nearly $18.3 billion in 2012. The market is expected to increase from nearly $19 billion in 2013 to nearly $22.5 billion by 2018, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.5% for the five-year period, 2013 to 2018.

Related Conferences: 3rd International Conference on Gynecology & Obstetrics October 17-19, 2016, UAE; Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Conference November 16-18, 2015, USA; Pregnancy Summit & Child Health August 29-31, 2016, Brazil; 2nd Global Summit on Hormones and Steroids June 23-25, 2016, USA; 3rd World congress on Women's Health and Breast Cancer; 18th Annual NPWH Premier Women's Healthcare Conference Oct 14-17, 2015, USA; Women's Health Conference, June 9-11, 2016, CA; Women's Health and OB/GYN Nursing, November 11 - 14, 2015, USA; High Risk Obstetric Nursing, November 11 - 14, 2015, NV; Contraceptive Technology, Nov 4-6, 2015, GA.

  • Track 21-1Urinary Tract Infection and Condition
  • Track 21-2Perinatal & Reproductive Health
  • Track 21-3Menopause
  • Track 21-4Cervical Cancer
  • Track 21-5Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

Primary Healthcare is the essential health care that is predicated on scientifically sound and universally acceptable methods and technology, which make health care accessible to individuals and families in a community. Selective Primary Health Care (SPHC) emphasized the cost-effectiveness of vertical programs with measurable results.  In addition, an important part of selective primary health care was the creation of political will for funding opportunities. Some global health analysts argue that comprehensive primary health care was an experiment that failed; others contend that it was never truly tested. Comprehensive primary health care (CPHC) is a framework conceived as a global strategy to reduce inequities in health between and within nations and emphasising community action. Comprehensive primary health care helps in identification and response to social factors which mainly influence health which in turn impact on the key determinants of health. Comprehensive Primary Health care is an approach to health care that highlights social justice, equity, community control and social change.  Integration of PHC services continues to be seen as a pivotal strategy towards the achievement of the national goals of transformation of health services, and the attainment of a comprehensive and seamless public health system. The ecumenical mobile health revenue is expected to reach about US$ 23 billion across all stakeholders – mobile operators, contrivance vendors, healthcare providers and content/application players - by 2017. Driven by population magnification and aging, the total number of office visits to primary care medicos is projected to increment from 462 million in 2008 to 565 million in 2025. The ultimate goal of primary health care is better health for all. WHO has identified five key elements to achieving that goal is Reducing exclusion and social disparities in health (universal coverage reforms) Organizing health services around people's needs and expectations (service delivery reforms).Integrating health into all sectors (public policy reforms) Pursuing collaborative models of policy dialogue (leadership reforms) and Increasing stakeholder participation. For More Information please, CLICK HERE

  • Track 22-1Primary Healthcare Services
  • Track 22-2Primary Healthcare Management
  • Track 22-3Primary Healthcare Sports Medicines
  • Track 22-4Primary Healthcare Internal Medicine

Fitness Management conference defines that: Fitness is defined as the quality of being suitable to perform a particular task. Physical exercise is any bodily activity that enhances or maintains physical fitness and overall health and wellness. It is performed for various reasons, including strengthening muscles and the Cardiovascular regulations and energy systems, honing athletic skills, Weight training techniques and exercise science, and merely enjoyment. Frequent and regular physical exercise boosts the immune system and helps prevent the "diseases of affluence" such as heart rate training, cardiovascular disease, Type 2 diabetes, and obesity. It may also help prevent depression, help to promote or maintain positive self-esteem, improve mental health generally, and can augment an individual's sex appeal or body image, which has been found to be linked with higher levels of self-esteem. Aerobics is a growing global concern, and physical exercise may help decrease some of the effects of obesity. Health care providers often call exercise the "miracle" or "wonder" drug alluding to the wide variety of proven benefits that it can provide. Founded in 2012 in Chicago, Illinois, ACOG has over 52,000 members and is the nation's leading group of professionals providing health care for women. Now based in Washington, DC, it is a private, voluntary, nonprofit membership organization. IBISWorld’s Women's Health Hospitals market research report is a comprehensive guide to market size and growth prospects. Our industry reports offer strategic industry analysis of the factors influencing companies, including new product developments, economic, lifestyle and demographic influences, distribution and supply chain factors and pricing issues. Full analysis accompanies our data forecasts to illustrate how the market responds to emerging industry trends. For More Information please, CLICK HERE

  • Track 23-1Steroids and Fitness
  • Track 23-2Health Fitness
  • Track 23-3Physical Fitness Training
  • Track 23-4Diet and Fitness
  • Track 23-5Aerobics
  • Track 23-6Postpartum Fitness
  • Track 23-7Sports Medicine and Health Sciences

Family-centered service has been discussed and promoted most prominently in the context of child health, and especially concerning chronic conditions of childhood. This approach provides an expanded view of how to work with children and families. Family-centered service is made up of a set of values, attitudes, and approaches to services for children with special needs and their families. In some family-centered settings such as the Hasbro Children's Partial Hospital Program, medical and psychiatric services are integrated to help teach parents and children methods to treat both types of symptoms. Family-centered service recognizes that each family is unique; that the family is the constant in the child’s life; and that they are the experts on the child’s abilities and needs. The family works with service providers to make informed decisions about the services and supports the child and family receive. In family-centered service, the strengths and needs of all family members are considered. For More Information please, CLICK HERE

  • Track 24-1Primary Healthcare Services
  • Track 24-2Primary Healthcare Management
  • Track 24-3Primary Healthcare Sports Medicines
  • Track 24-4Primary Healthcare internal Medicine