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IHF Virtual Forum - Free registrations for first 20 members

Join us online on November 4-5 for the IHF Virtual Forum: Learning from COVID-19, Transforming Health Services!

 

The health service community needs to come together ​to support each other during this crisis, to share experiences, challenges, insights and solutions. This virtual forum is an opportunity for us to debrief and discuss learnings from the crisis, address key questions on strategies for the new normal, and explore how health services are transforming for the future.

 

KEY TOPICS INCLUDE:

  • Role of leadership in times of crisis
  • Human resource management
  • Deploying digital solutions
  • Financing hospitals
  • Hospitals of the new normal
  • Healthcare delivery and access
  • Supply, logistics, and infrastructure

 

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT:

  • Exciting event experience that promotes learning, knowledge-exchange and interaction, hosted in a dedicated virtual event platform
  • A comprehensive program built for the virtual space – two program blocks per day to cater to participants from different sides of the world with timely breaks to allow you to network with other participants and take care of other business in between sessions
  • Insightful presentations and discussions from thought leaders, hospital decision-makers and health system actors
  • Good practices, innovations and solutions from around the globe
  • Engaging  plenary and concurrent sessions with a mix of live and pre-recorded presentations with live Q&A, polls and chat
  • On-demand access to all sessions
  • Virtual round table discussions with fellow participants on various topics
  • Opportunity to connect, network and chat with industry peers

 

AN EXCLUSIVE OFFER TO IHF MEMBERS:

We’re giving free registrations to the first 20 members who sign-up! Join us online and interact with the international community. Use the Access Code: IHFEXC

 

If you miss the free tickets, you can still register with the IHF Member rate, just use the Access Code: IHFMBR

 

 

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