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3rd Indonesia Hospital Modernization Summit 2019 @ Jakarta
Nov 19 all-day

3rd Indonesia Hospital Modernization Summit 2019

4th Asia HMS -2019 3rd Indonesia Hospital Modernization Summit at Jakarta on November 19th, 2019 is a Conference + & a mini-exhibition focusing gathering the decision-makers in and digital healthcare sector to discuss hospital expansion and digital innovations.

 

This event unites 200+ Top Level Executives from Healthcare Authorities, Private and Public Hospitals, Project Owners, Designers, contractors, Hospital Operators, Equipment and Facility Providers, Digital Transformation Consultants and Suppliers under one roof to address topics including:
  • Hospital Policy & Markets, upcoming Expansion Projects in Indonesia
  • Modern Hospital Infrastructure & Facilities
  • ICT and a Connected Hospitals
  • Patient Safety and Support services
  • Digital Transformation Hospital Management
  • Digital Technology and eHealth/mHealth Solutions
  • Innovations in Patient Engagement

This will  also be a small exhibition of around 20 suppliers of Hospital construction and management solutions and technologies, including building technologies, equipment, ICT infrastructure, ehealth, Mhealth Solutions and more. The event is the ideal platform to connect and reconnect with Hospital industry decision makers and get updated, inspired and marketed in Indonesia Hospital industry.

3rd Indonesia Hospital Modernization Summit 2019

Event Brief
Healthcare and Hospital Sector is a key priority on the Indonesian Gov’s Agenda

Indonesia is the world’s largest island country, with over 13,000 islands and more than 260 million people. Yet population density and levels of infrastructure vary widely across the country and ensuring consistent access to high-quality healthcare has always been a challenge. Adding this to the country’s rapidly changing economic landscape, urbanization and rising incomes, it’s no surprise that healthcare is a key priority on the Indonesian government’s agenda. Overall, the Indonesian healthcare sector has a lot of catching up to do, insufficient hospitals and beds. The great need for additional hospital capacity currently attracts mainly private providers from home and aboard. In the long term, due to the enormous need to catch up, several hundred hospitals could still be created every year.


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