Healthcare systems from the Russian Federation and the European Union are nowadays facing new and common challenges: financial sustainability, ageing populations, changing pattern of diseases, growing incidence of cancer and other non-communicable diseases, all this combined with a growing demand for health democracy and the rise of digital and hyper-specialised technologies.
This environment has already prompted large scale health system transformations and driven new thinking on the role of each health system actor - public authorities, business, universities, patients – while seeking to preserve the right to health and increase equitable access to healthcare services and pharmaceuticals, in particular through improved primary healthcare.
Healthcare is one of the priority areas of structural reforms laid out in the 2019-2024 national development strategy of Russia. As in the EU, healthcare has become a top preoccupation among Russian citizens as demonstrated by recent opinion polls.
It will be attended by representatives of the European Commission, the Russian Ministry of Health, private manufacturers of pharmaceutical and medical equipment, as well as experts from various countries, including Lithuania.
The conference will consist of 4 thematic blocks:
- Therapeutic preparations
- Medical equipment
- Primary care
- Cancer prevention
If interested, please fill the registration form here.