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INNOVATIVE FORMATS.

INSPIRATIONAL ENCOUNTERS.

GENUINE ADDED VALUE.

FutureHealth Basel – the conference for selected national and international decision makers and change makers in the healthcare industry.

HOLISTIC.

The conference is a cross-sector event geared towards all players in the healthcare industry.

STRATEGIC ADVANTAGE.

FutureHealth Basel offers participants new ideas, innovative solutions and genuine added value.

CLEAR FOCUS.

The conference focuses consistently on patients, their needs and changing ecosystems.

CAREFULLY SELECTED MIX OF PARTICIPANTS.

The modern healthcare system requires interdisciplinary, crosssector solutions and input from the world’s foremost experts. FutureHealth Basel takes this fact into consideration and ­networks experienced leaders with the young guns in the industry.

INTERNATIONAL VISIONS – NATIONAL IMPACT.

FutureHealth Basel will focus on the topics of “Imagination, Innovation and Impact”. Visionary international speakers will take a look into the future of the healthcare and life sciences industry. High-profile experts will discuss concrete application examples for Switzerland’s healthcare system as part of deep-dive sessions and podium debates.

Patients and startups are integrated in the programme. We are creating a space for questions, answers and consider inputs from the audience. FutureHealth Basel promotes interactivity and creates a concrete connection to the Swiss healthcare system.

FOCUS ON THE PATIENT.

The modern healthcare system is calling for interdisciplinary, cross-industry solutions. Therefore, FutureHealth Basel will not focus solely on technology or science. Instead, the conference focuses on the fundamental elements: the patient and his or her needs. This is because the individual person will take on an increasingly more important role in the healthcare system of the future.

The healthcare industry’s changemaker conference will respond to this fact and discuss the future role of the patient, changing requirements, and the implications of these requirements on healthcare.