HaCIRIC International Conference 2011 – Manchester 26-28 September

Global health infrastructure – challenges for the next decade. Delivering innovation, demonstrating the benefits.

On behalf of the Health and Care Infrastructure Research and Innovation Centre (HaCIRIC), we would like to invite you to our International Conference 2011 ‘Global health infrastructure – challenges for the next decade. Delivering innovation, demonstrating the benefits’. This event brings together researchers and practitioners from across disciplines and countries to focus on key challenges in the provision of healthcare infrastructure for the 21st century.

It has been estimated that $3.6 trillion may be spent on global healthcare infrastructure between 2010 and 2020. The rapidly developing nations are expected to see especially strong growth as they invest in their health systems. Across the world governments will seek to manage this huge expenditure to both attain efficiency and strengthen the market for private investment. But planning and delivering high value infrastructure and scaling-up from innovative pilot projects to main stream adoption are significant challenges, especially given the pace of change in medical practices and healthcare models, and the current global landscape of economic uncertainty and instability.

We look forward to your participation in HaCIRIC’s International Conference 2011.

More info: http://haciric.org/events/2011/09/26/HaCIRIC-2011-International-Conference-/

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