Healthcare

The Hospital of the Future – How Digital Technologies Can Change Hospitals Globally
Deloitte
October 2017

The hospital of the future may look quite different than the hospital of today. Rapidly-evolving technologies and growing consumerism, along with demographic and economic changes, are expected to disrupt hospitals worldwide. Already, a growing number of inpatient health care services are being pushed to the home and outpatient ambulatory facilities; however, many complex and very ill patients will continue to need acute inpatient services.

With aging infrastructure in some countries and demand for more beds in others, hospital executives and governments should consider rethinking how to optimize inpatient and outpatient settings, how to best connect with consumers, and how to integrate digital technologies into traditional hospital services to truly create a health system without walls.

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Healthcare And Retirement Living Research And Forecast Report | 2016
Colliers
September 2016

As Australia  faces the future of an ageing population the Healthcare and Retirement Living sector will be heavily leant on.  Colliers’ report examines the key trends influencing healthcare, and its subsectors, across Australia.

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Going Global International Healthcare And Senior Living Markets Presentation To LASA National Congress
21 October, 2014

Many countries across the globe are unprepared for ageing populations. These countries are now seeking to address their ageing population challenges and many look to Australia’s aged care system as a benchmark of quality healthcare. Australia’s reputation is based on a long history of aged care experience; world leading government legislative policy and funding, a well regulated accreditation framework, sound private sector funds management expertise, high education standards providing both preventative and clinical care to aged care qualifications, substantial investment in research and experienced firms. Australian capabilities in the seniors health and living industry span services, products, leading edge technologies, infrastructure, research and development, education and training in areas such as clinical neuroscience, cardiovascular conditions, oncology and assisted living.

Austrade’s Seniors Living and Health industry overview provides Australian exporters with information such as trends and opportunities, tariffs and regulations, basic marketing advice and also includes useful links and industry contacts.

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