Ghana is set to convene top executives, visionaries, thought-leaders and innovators who are leading the charge in healthcare transformation for a deep-thinking and critical conversation on the future of healthcare trends at the first annual ‘Future of Healthcare Summit’.
Themed ‘Building a Sustainable Healthcare Systems: A Shared Vision for the Future’, the summit is slated for 14th July, 2021 at the Alisa Hotel in Accra.
The event is expected to attract senior doctors, nurses, paramedics, pharmacists, healthcare technicians, health administrators, regulators, operators and technology innovators.
Participants will hear from the most powerful minds in the industry on topics including re-evaluating and re-calibrating supply chain operations to improve patient outcome, access and experience; accelerating digital innovations to change treatment and care; focus on artificial intelligence; patient engagement and more.
“Despite the teeming challenges in Ghana’s healthcare system, the industry is growing steadily in the adoption of innovation and technology that is streamlining practice to create better access to care and treatment. We however need to deepen cross-sector collaborations to accelerate innovation and enhance quality care for the vast majority of our people,” commented William Adom, CEO of Evoke Africa Group-producer of the Summit.
Early confirmed speaking faculty include Dr. Gilbert Buckle, President-Healthcare Federation of Ghana and Summit Chairman; Daniel Marfo, Vice President-Zipline Africa; Emily Sheldon, Co-founder and CEO-African Health Innovation Centre; Darlington Akogo, Founder and CEO- minoHealth AI Lab; Nancy Naa Amoah, CEO-Nationwide Medical Insurance; and Philip Anderson, Country Manager-Roche Ghana;
Other top executives are: Frederick Amissah, CEO-Universal Hospital Group; Abena Asomaning Antwi (PHD), Health Economist; Yaw Bediako PhD, Co-Founder & CEO-Yemaachi Biotechnology; Andrew Quao, Co-Founder & COO-Red Bird Health Tech; Samuel Boakye Donkor, President-Private Health Facilities Association of Ghana; Dr. Lynda Decker, CEO-Franklyn Medical Centre; and Herbert Schilthuis, Global Health Leader-Heineken.
The Future of Healthcare Summit’s first edition is sponsored by some major brands in the healthcare industry: including Zipline Africa – Main sponsor; Universal Hospital Group; Rx Health Info System; Nationwide Medical Insurance; Talamus; and in partnership with the Healthcare Federation of Ghana and Private Health Facilities Association of Ghana.
The first edition of the Future of Healthcare Summit is organised by Evoke Experientials – a member of Evoke Africa Group, which has specialised in executing top-notch brand activations, conferences and exhibitions in Ghana and West Africa since 2005.
For more information about the 2021 Future of Healthcare Summit and delegate registration, visit: www.industrytodayghana.com/healthsummit