WHCF 2023 A·G·B ‘Health Care’ Roundtable

Smart Health, the Value for Everyone

[DAY2] 21 Nov, 13:00 - 14:30 (Grand Ballroom A+B)

As part of the WHCF 2023 main program, the A-G-B 'Health Care' Round Table was held under the chairmanship of the WHCF Executive Chairman Yun-Chul HONG to explore the possibility of solidarity and cooperation between academia (A), government including central and city governments (G), and business (B). NAVER's Director of Healthcare Research, Koon-Ho RHA, among others, participated as panelists.


The session discussed the challenges faced in providing adequate healthcare services, the need for new strategies, and the importance of a people-centered approach. The discussion focused on smart city strategies for healthcare innovation, especially in Asian countries. Participants agreed that the focus should be on improving healthcare systems through technological measures and the integration among individuals, healthcare providers, and institutions to deliver quality services at an affordable cost. They emphasized the importance of providing quality services at affordable costs and achieving sustainable development goals. Currently, developing countries in Asia are facing challenges such as a lack of healthcare services, rising chronic diseases, and rising healthcare costs. The session concluded with the conclusion that future smart city strategies should focus on people-centered healthcare, community-based healthcare, and distributed healthcare collaborative systems to deliver healthcare services to individuals in the community.

WHCF 2023 A·G·B ‘Health Care’ Roundtable

Smart Health, the Value for Everyone

[Day2] 21 Nov.

13:00 - 14:30 (Grand Ballroom A+B)

As part of the WHCF 2023 main program, the A·G·B 'Health Care' Round Table was held under the chairmanship of the WHCF Executive Chairman Yun-Chul HONG to explore the possibility of solidarity and cooperation between academia (A), government including central and city governments (G), and business (B). NAVER's Director of Healthcare Research, Koon-Ho RHA, among others, participated as panelists.


The session discussed the challenges faced in providing adequate healthcare services, the need for new strategies, and the importance of a people-centered approach. The discussion focused on smart city strategies for healthcare innovation, especially in Asian countries. Participants agreed that the focus should be on improving healthcare systems through technological measures and the integration among individuals, healthcare providers, and institutions to deliver quality services at an affordable cost. They emphasized the importance of providing quality services at affordable costs and achieving sustainable development goals. Currently, developing countries in Asia are facing challenges such as a lack of healthcare services, rising chronic diseases, and rising healthcare costs. The session concluded with the conclusion that future smart city strategies should focus on people-centered healthcare, community-based healthcare, and distributed healthcare collaborative systems to deliver healthcare services to individuals in the community.

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ABOUT US

Sponsor

World Health City Forum

info@worldhealthcityforum.org

(22004) 26F, G-Tower, 175, Art center-daero, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon, Republic of Korea

Seoul Office (03127) 11F, 190, Yulgok-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

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