Eurohealth: a healthy dose of disruption? Transformative change for health and societal well-being
AbstractThis special autumn issue of Eurohealth covers some of the main issues and themes that will be discussed at the 2019 European Health Forum Gastein, one of the leading health policy conferences in Europe bringing together a mix of public policy-makers, civil society, researchers and private sector representatives. Guest editorial; Changing the DNA of health care in the age of artificial intelligence; Disrupting innovation - Are we ready for AI? Why innovation in tech needs to be matched by investment in people, Health innovation: from organisation disruption to outcomes value; Systems for change - Steer don’t row?, Facts. Figures! Fiction?; Future formulas – The economy of wellbeing, Transforming financial markets for the good of all, You(th) Matters – Co-creating policies to tackle obesity; Transforming societies - Empowering communities to reduce health inequalities in Europe, The global climate crisis: a public health emergency, New evidence on financial protection in Europe; Eurohealth Monitoring - European Union health policy: The gate with no fence, Interview with the European Commissioner for Health.
European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies. (2019). Eurohealth: a healthy dose of disruption? Transformative change for health and societal well-being. Eurohealth, 25 (3), World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe. https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/327753
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