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  • Keeping you at the forefront of healthcare advancements
  • PatientSource is a comprehensive yet simple electronic patient record system
  • A joint initiative of the Department of Health, UK Trade and Investment and NHS England
  • Transforming Dubai into a leading healthcare destination
  • Helping clients successfully navigate the changing environment of global healthcare provision

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World Healthcare Journal Global Insight

Keep up to speed with the latest developments in healthcare across the globe through our news portal. Garner the latest opinions, insight and analysis from around the world.

Health Policy and Systems Development

"Keep up to date with the evolution of health policy and systems with expert analysis from our correspondents across the globe." Sarah Cartledge – Group Editor

Infrastructure

"Opportunities are cropping up at a startling rate across the developing health economies with PPP the funding flavour of choice for poorer governments, but is it right for their needs?" Barry Francis – Infrastructure Correspondent

Clinical Services

"There’s a huge demand for UK quality delivery of clinical services but with an already stretched NHS how do we help other countries to deliver?" David Duffy - Acute Sector Correspondent

Digital Health

"What is the impact of “big” data and technology on the delivery of global healthcare support services? How is the use of data impacting the delivery of healthcare support services?" Simon Swift - Data Correspondent

Workforce

"How can we help countries with skills shortages to “grow their own” healthcare workforce?" Dan Male – UK Health Correspondent

Education & Training

"We need to use blended solutions of distance, e-learning and frontline delivery to ensure the quality of our future workforce - and deliver at scale." Fabian Sutch-Daggett - Features Editor

Technology and Equipment

“We need to create a fertile environment for the development and funding of new technology and innovation.” Steve Gardner - Publishing Director

Pharmaceuticals

"The global life sciences, biotech and pharmaceutical sectors are some of the fastest growing markets in the world. Through rapid innovation and uptake, patients are living longer and more diseases are being cured. To understand these sectors, their future developments and growth is critical to the life chances of billions worldwide." Ben Howlett – Managing Director

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Our Partners

WHJ creates a forum for thought leadership and the sharing of insight and opinions for global political, commercial and supply leaders across the World. Our partners are organisations and individuals across all of these spheres who are looking to share their knowledge and to engage in the ongoing debate about the future of Global healthcare.

  • Arab Health is the largest healthcare event in the Middle East. The 2020 edition of the event is expected to welcome more than 4,150 exhibiting companies and 84,500+ attendees from 160+ countries.

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  • Transforming Dubai into a leading healthcare destination by fostering innovative and integrated care models and by enhancing community engagement.

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  • Healthcare UK is a joint initiative of the Department of Health (DH), UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) and NHS England, helping UK healthcare providers to do more business overseas.

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  • Medilink UK is the largest health technology business support organisation in the UK, with a strong track record in increasing the viability of manufacturers, service providers, designers, OEMs and suppliers of medical technology.

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  • Q-bital has pioneered the development of flexible healthcare delivery. It draws on 18 years of innovation and excellence to provide tailored healthcare facilities.

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  • KPMG member firms are uniquely positioned to provide guidance and support to clients, helping them successfully navigate this rapidly changing environment and transform the way that healthcare is provided.

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