Sharon Lamb, Dr. Stephan Rau and Hamid Yunis will be attending HBI 2021, a key industry event which this year will have a particular focus on how the sector has been affected by COVID-19. Where does it create new opportunities? Might it lead to for-profit being side-lined by the public sector?
Digital health will also feature heavily. Is it really leading to productivity and outcome improvements? Or is there more hype than substance?
Panels of expert speakers will also be evaluating regions from the Middle East to the Nordic region and from Latin America to CEE.
There will be spotlights on the opportunities, dynamics, and business models in sectors as diverse as hospitals, assisted living, elderly care, and dentistry. Attendees should also expect a particular focus on fast-moving consolidation in the outpatient sector. And HBI’s famous investment sessions provide a unique forum to look at the sector’s financial prospects.
September 20, 11:30 am BST
Regulatory & Political Risk
Sharon Lamb and Dr. Stephan Rau set out the main levels of risk in the main healthcare markets in EMEA and give analysis of how these risks are likely to develop over the next three years. This will be followed by a panel discussion on risk and how investors and operators can best factor it into their plans.
September 21, 2:30 pm BST
Healthcare services is changing rapidly in this fascinating region. Saudi Arabia in particular is embarking on a huge experiment which gives the private sector a prominent role. Meanwhile governance is changing rapidly in the UAE and new sectors and national markets are opening up in Egypt and across North Africa. Hamid Yunis will chair this session, which will encompass a wide-ranging exploration with expert advisors, investors and operators discussing the region’s recovery, investment, regulation, and growth sectors.
September 22, 2:30 pm BST
Dr. Stephan Rau will join a panel of experts on this wide-ranging exploration with expert advisors, investors and operators discussing the region’s recovery, opportunities, regulation, and growth potential with a particular focus on its vast outpatient sector.