Healthcare systems around the world are struggling with the same issues related to service access and demand, workforce shortages and staff burn out. In the future, the pandemic will likely prove to be just the first of several successive waves of crises expected to batter the healthcare sector. Globally, healthcare systems are at risk of being overwhelmed and senior leaders are under immense pressure to take action.
At KPMG, we feel that a fundamental change in course is needed in the ways healthcare systems are operated. When looking towards the future horizons of healthcare, we feel an inclusive approach to transformation is needed through which technology, communities and workforces are leveraged together.
We invite you to join us for the launch of our Healthcare Horizons report and explore how to navigate towards the future of healthcare.
Healthcare Horizons examines current and future crises impacting the sector, the risks of maintaining “business as usual” or technology-only approaches and the benefits of taking an inclusive approach. This report also looks at how future trends are expected to impact society and the sector, while illustrating the art of the possible by offering predictions and showcasing how these trends may impact care ecosystems and specific care pathways. Healthcare Horizons culminates in a number of actionable insights to help inform leaders’ transformation agendas.
- 9.00am - Registration and breakfast
- 9.30am - Opening address
- 9.35am - Discussion on Healthcare Horizons report
- 10.25am - Panel discussion and Q&A
- 10.45am - Discussion concludes
Dr. Anna van Poucke, Global Head of Healthcare KPMG International
Early registration is highly recommended as seating is limited and on a first come, first served basis. Please indicate your availability to attend this seminar by clicking on the registration button below. If you are unable to join, please extend this invitation to other members of your organisation.
We look forward to welcoming you to this insightful discussion!
Tuesday, 6 December 2022
9:00 - 11:00am