The COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped healthcare and will have immediate and seemingly lasting effects on the industry. One major focus is on public health infrastructure, including improved testing, contact tracing, and vaccine distribution. Telemedicine and remote healthcare services will continue to grow, enabling remote consultations and monitoring. Artificial intelligence will likewise play a crucial role in early disease detection and personalized treatment plans. Additionally, we foresee an increased investment on initiatives around mental health, with expanded access to therapy, digital mental health platforms, and integration into primary care.
The future of healthcare will be prioritising public health, technology-driven solutions, and holistic well-being. Let's dissect this more in the upcoming Provost's Roundtable.
Topic: The Future of Healthcare after the Era of COVID-19
Date: 22 May 2023
Time: 16:00 – 17:00 (Berlin time)
Host: Dr Niloufar Aminpour
Professor Dr Kyriakos Kouveliotis, Provost and Chief Academic Officer
Dr Duraisamy Balaganesh (IT, Healthcare)
Dr (MD) Ahmed ElBarawi (Medical Doctor, Healthcare)
Dr Nadiah Hanie (Licensed General Practitioner in Germany)
Dr Marwa Byaly (Public Health Industry)
Ms Saba Shakalio (Sports Physiotherapist)
Mr Thomas Gansemer (Head of Human Resources, BSBI)
Dr Palanivel Rathinasabapathi Velmurugan (Finance & Economics, Healthcare)
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