The COVID-19 pandemic brought to light the inextricable link between public health and the health of national economies. As it continues to unfold, the pandemic is not merely changing one aspect of health systems. Rather, it is changing their very nature and modus operandi. Shifting healthcare policy, an intensified focus on population health, health information technology, an increased incentive to increase scale and market share, and a growing call to engage patients in their care are creating challenges, that require collaboration and innovation by all.
Malaysia is not an exception to the transformation. While the 2021 national budget shows large cuts across all the healthcare specialties, there are also opportunities available in the construction of new health facilities and the integration of IT in healthcare practices. Despite the budget cuts, managing Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) is Malaysia’s main priority. Not only it is a necessity to maintain a healthier nation, but also to reduce the burden on the healthcare budget for a country that provides universal healthcare coverage. Malaysia needs to plan ahead post-pandemic to ensure the healthcare system of the country can cater to health for all.
This Malaysian Healthcare Conference 2021 bring together senior executives from hospitals and health systems, suppliers, payers, and venture capitalists along with other entities within the care continuum to discuss how the healthcare industry is changing, and how leaders can drive and implement transformation within their own organizations.
The conference is open for all the professionals working in healthcare industry which includes but not limited to: Healthcare providers, Healthcare professionals, Healthcare Administrators, Physicians, Business Analysts, Data Analyst, Healthcare Consulting firms, Healthcare head hunters, Healthcare recruiting agencies, Healthcare Investors, Healthcare specialists, Healthcare Workers, Healthcare technology companies, Healthcare Societies /NGO’s, Healthcare Organizations, Healthcare Management Specialists, Public Health Professionals, Health Economists, Medical Lab Technicians, Community Health Workers, Primary Care Providers, Social Workers, Foundation Leaders, Direct Service Providers, Policymakers, Researchers, Academicians, Advocates Policy Makers, students and others.