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3rd World Congress on Healthcare & Health Economics, will be organized around the theme “Revolutionizing Healthcare across different healthcare systemsVenue: HYATT PLACE AMSTERDAM AIRPORT”

Health Economics 2018 is comprised of 22 tracks and 112 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Health Economics 2018.

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.

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Health Economics and Managed Care or Healthcare Administration is the field identifying with authority, administration, and organization of general public health, health awareness systems, clinics, and doctor's facility systems.

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  • Track 1-1Demand and utilization
  • Track 1-2Equity and health
  • Track 1-3The Physician and the Physician-Firm
  • Track 1-4Health system expenditure and financing.
  • Track 1-5Empirical Studies of Medical Care Demand and Applications
  • Track 1-6Evaluation of health policy and health services
  • Track 1-7Experimental health economics
  • Track 1-8Health economic assessment tools (HEAT)
  • Track 1-9Economic evaluation

Health human resources and mental health include all the staff that is directly or indirectly involved in any health issue concern. The field of health human resources deals with issues such as planning, development, performance, management, retention, information, and research on human resources for the health care sector.

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Age is the single greatest risk factor for most causes of death and disability. The odds of developing diabetes, heart disease, most cancers, kidney disease, dementia and many other conditions significantly increase in later life. The length of life spent free from severe age-related disease. This paradigm-shifting approach, to focus on slowing the aging process and extending healthspan, could immediately add another decade or two of healthy, productive life for most people.

  • Track 3-1Aging and Gerontology
  • Track 3-2Aging Care Management
  • Track 3-3Aging and Elderly Abuse
  • Track 3-4Aged Care Services
  • Track 3-5Aging and Psychiatric Disorders
  • Track 5-1Neonatal Intensive & Critical Care
  • Track 5-2Pediatric Endocrinology
  • Track 5-3Pediatric Allergy & Infectious Diseases
  • Track 5-4Pediatric Care & Nursing
  • Track 5-5Pediatric Hematology
  • Track 6-1Quality of care
  • Track 6-2Quality of Palliative Care
  • Track 6-3End of life care
  • Track 6-4Health Economics of Palliative Care
  • Track 6-5Traditional Medicare
  • Track 7-1Patient Monitoring and Compliance
  • Track 7-2Diseases Prevention
  • Track 7-3Public Wellness APPS
  • Track 7-4Health Surveillance
  • Track 7-5Remote Data Access
  • Track 7-6Remote Diagnostics
  • Track 7-7Challenges for Regulation
  • Track 8-1Mental Health Model
  • Track 8-2Behavioral Health Model
  • Track 8-3Health Promotions Model
  • Track 8-4Healthcare Models
  • Track 8-5Social Model
  • Track 8-6Medical Model
  • Track 9-1Dental research
  • Track 9-2Dental hygiene
  • Track 9-3Dental public health
  • Track 9-4Advances in Dentistry
  • Track 10-1Analysis of health care providers
  • Track 10-2Externalities in Health and Medical Care
  • Track 10-3Physicians in the Marketplace
  • Track 10-4Hospital as a Supplier of Medical Care
  • Track 10-5The Transformation of Medical Care to Health
  • Track 10-6Management, innovation and organization in the health system
  • Track 10-7Pharmaceutical expenditure and drug policy
  • Track 11-1Economics of Smoking
  • Track 11-2Economic Epidemiology & Infectious Diseases
  • Track 11-3Economics of Obesity & Life Style Diseases
  • Track 11-4Economic Epidemiology & Infectious Diseases
  • Track 11-5Population, Family and Reproductive Health
  • Track 11-6Measurement of Health related Quality of Life (QoL)
  • Track 11-7Environmental Health and Economics
  • Track 11-8Economics of Disability and Disability policy
  • Track 11-9Child & Adolescent Health Economics
  • Track 11-10Economics and Mental Health
  • Track 11-11Economics of Obesity & Life Style Diseases

Healthcare Management is related to leadership, management and administration of health care systems, public health systems, hospitals, and hospital networks. Generally management of a single institution is also referred to as Health service management. There are different associations related to health systems management that can be categorized as institutional or personal membership groups.

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  • Track 12-1Healthcare risk management
  • Track 12-2Healthcare Advertising
  • Track 12-3Healthcare Business
  • Track 12-4Healthcare operations Management
  • Track 12-5Healthcare Leadership
  • Track 13-1Nursing Education
  • Track 13-2Clinical Nursing
  • Track 13-3Nursing Practice
  • Track 13-4Emergency Nursing
  • Track 13-5Surgical Nursing
  • Track 13-6Legal Nursing

Public healthcare is identifies risk factors for disease and targets for preventive healthcare. Major areas of Epidemiology include disease surveillance, forensic epidemiology, transmission and disease etiology. It is applied to cover the description of not only epidemic disease, but of disease in general, and even health related conditions such as high blood pressure and obesity.

People in occupational sector should have a proper and healthy diet to keep them healthy and Nutrients Supplements being used by individuals for Health Promotion. Nutrition is being defined a diet within an organism of what it eats is largely determined by availability and palatability of food. A Healthy diet of an individual includes proper preparation of food and its storage methods that preserve nutrients and also reduces risk of food illness. Occupational Nutritionist also evaluates Nutritional value in their daily diet for better health in working environment so that they stay active physically and

  • Track 16-1Improving Drug Treatment for Mental Health illness
  • Track 16-2Treatment for Drug Abuse and Addiction
  • Track 16-3Situation of Healthcare Reform in USA
  • Track 16-4Why are drugs so detrimental?
  • Track 17-1Health service delivery
  • Track 17-2Health systems financing
  • Track 17-3Health systems governance
  • Track 17-4Health technologies
  • Track 17-5Laboratory services
  • Track 17-6Nursing and midwifery
  • Track 17-7Patient safety
  • Track 17-8Primary health care
  • Track 18-1Healthcare and Primary Healthcare
  • Track 18-2Healthcare and Management
  • Track 18-3Healthcare and Services
  • Track 18-4Healthcare and Chronic Diseases
  • Track 18-5Healthcare Information Technology
  • Track 18-6Healthcare and Alternative Healthcare Medicine
  • Track 18-7Healthcare and Alternative Healthcare Medicine
  • Track 19-1Universal Insurance Issues and International Comparisons
  • Track 19-2Public health and health care provision
  • Track 19-3Socio-economic determinants of health
  • Track 19-4Expenditure and financing of the health system
  • Track 19-5The Demand for Health Insurance
  • Track 19-6Health Insurance Supply and Managed Care
  • Track 19-7Government Provision of Health Insurance
  • Track 19-8Pharmaceutical economics
  • Track 19-9Economics of prevention and addiction
  • Track 19-10Costs and prevalence of disease
  • Track 19-11Efficiency in insurance markets and health care provision
  • Track 19-12Healthcare Policies and procedures
  • Track 20-1Epidemiology and Medicine
  • Track 20-2Epidemiology and Surveillance
  • Track 20-3Epidemiology and zoonosis
  • Track 20-4Epidemiology and Biostatistics
  • Track 20-5Epidemiology and Immunology
  • Track 21-1Supply & Demand
  • Track 21-2Cost and Functioning
  • Track 21-3Dynamics of Health
  • Track 21-4Healthcare costs
  • Track 21-5Heterogeneity in health
  • Track 21-6Modeling of Health