4th Asia-Pacific Global Summit & Expo on Healthcare
July 18-20, 2016 Brisbane, Australia
 

Theme: In Pursuit of viable High Quality Health Care

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It is our great pleasure to welcome you to the “4th Asia-Pacific Global Summit & Expo on Healthcare” which will be held during July, 18-20, 2016 Brisbane, Australia.  Healthcare Asia-Pacific -2016 is an extraordinary event designed for  professionals to facilitate the dissemination and application of research findings on Health Care . The theme of the conference is based on "In Pursuit of viable High Quality Health Care" The conference invites participants from all leading universities, clinical research institutions and diagnostic companies to share their research experiences on all aspects of this rapidly expanding field and thereby, providing a showcase of the latest Health Care Techniques.  

 

The Australian pharmaceuticals industry comprises bio-medical research, biotechnology firms, originator and generic medicines companies and service-related segments including wholesaling and distribution. With exports of $3.9 billion in 2012-13, pharmaceuticals were one of Australia’s major manufactured exports. The industry employed approximately 16,500 people in manufacturing and spent around $404 million on pharmaceutical manufacturing R&D in 2011-12. Sales of complementary medicines are worth around $2 billion a year (Complementary Healthcare Council of Australia Annual Report 2011-12).

Asia-Pacific Global Summit & Expo on Healthcare

Date & Venue July 18-20, 2016Brisbane, Australia

 

(Theme: In Pursuit of viable High Quality Health Care)

Summary

Healthcare AsiaPacific welcomes attendees, presenters, and exhibitors from all over the world to Brisbane, Australia. We are delighted to invite you all to attend and register for the “Asia-Pacific Global Summit & Expo on Healthcare.

The organizing committee is gearing up for an exciting and informative conference program including plenary lectures, symposia, workshops on a variety of topics, poster presentations and various programs for participants from all over the world. We invite you to join us at the Healthcare Asia-Pacificwhere you will be sure to have a meaningful experience with scholars from around the world. All members of Healthcare AsiaPacific organizing committee look forward to meeting you in Brisbane, Australia.

The healthcare market is estimated at $4,430.9 million in 2013 and is expected to reach $21,346.4 million by 2020, growing at a CAGR of 25.2% from 2013 to 2020.

Importance & Scope

Investments in the right health solutions can lead to a sustainable future with measurable impact, within a generation. If children are healthy, then they can focus on school, eventually pursue a career, and ultimately work toward a self-sustainable. We believe that the economic health depends first and foremost on the physical health of its greatest resource, its people. Global health plays an increasingly important role in global peace and security. It is now necessary to think about health in a global context.

Healthcare AsiaPacific is focused on the importance of regular physical activity and health awareness globally. Healthcare AsiaPacific will challenge attendees to new health goals and empower them with tools and resources. By bringing all together, a positive energy is created and attendees will leave motivated to make changes.

Healthcare AsiaPacific brings together health practitioners from many disciplines that have a strong interest in advancing health research and prevention strategies. Conference topics include issues that are of special concern to health care.

Why Brisbane?

Brisbane is an energetic river town on the way up, with an edgy arts scene, pumping nightlife, and great coffee and restaurants. Lush parks and historic buildings complete the picture, all folded into the elbows of the meandering Brisbane River. Brisbane enjoys a subtropical climate with warm to hot and humid summers averaging 28 degrees and dry and moderately warm winters averaging 23 degrees. Brisbane offers plenty of things to do with activities and tours from adventure sailing, kite surfing, hot air ballooning and rock climbing, even climbing the Brisbane Story Bridge. Combine art and outdoor adventure in Brisbane.  Brisbane's subcultural undercurrents run cool and deep, with bookshops, globally inspired restaurants, cafes, bars and band rooms aplenty.

As the capital city of Queensland, Brisbane is the hub of health care. Australia’s medical infrastructure and healthcare systems are world class. Under the Medicare scheme, Australian residents receive:

·         Free treatment as a public patient in a public hospital;

·         Free or subsidised treatment by doctors in a general practice;

·         Subsidies on some treatments by participating specialists, optometrists and dentists.

 

Conference Highlights   

  • Healthcare and Management
  • Healthcare Case Studies
  • Family Healthcare
  • Home Care
  • Infectious Disease and Prevention
  • Neurologic care
  • Healthcare and Chronic Diseases
  • Dental Care
  • Women Health Issues and Care
  • Paediatric Healthcare
  • Nutrition and Healthcare
  • Nursing Education
  • Healthcare Services
  • Health Insurance
  • Health Informatics
  • Healthcare in Australia
  • Community Healthcare
  • Psychiatric and Health Care

Why to Attend ???   

With members from around the world focused on learning about Health Care, this is your single best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants. Conduct demonstrations, distribute information, meet with current and potential customers, make a splash with a new product line, and receive name recognition at this 3-day event. World-renowned speakers, the most recent techniques, tactics, and the newest updates in the fields of Health Care are hallmarks of this conference.

A Unique Opportunity for Advertisers and Sponsors at this International event:http://healthcare.global-summit.com/asia-pacific/sponsors.php

Target Audience

Allied Health Professionals, Health Care Professionals, nurse practitioners, health care Administrators, Physicians, societies, Universities .

Members Associated with HealthCare

Brisbane residents have excellent access to healthcare in both public and private sectors, covering hospitals, general practitioners, dentists and other allied healthcare professionals. There are numerous public and private hospitals.

Members associated in health professional are more than 1crore globally .In Australia 90000 and in Brisbane more than 16450 members associated with health professional.

Societies Associated with HealthCare Research in Australia

More than 70 health care associations are in Queensland.

·         Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association

·         Australian & New Zealand College of Anaesthetists

·         Australian Society of Anaesthetists

·         Audio logical Society of Australia

·         Australian Association of Audiologists in Private Practice Inc.

·         New Zealand Audio logical Society

·         Speech Pathology Australia

·         Australian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

·         Australian and New Zealand Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry

·         The Australian Society for Fish Biology

·         Centre for Biomedical Engineering

·         Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand

·         Australian Society of Forensic Dentistry

·         Australian Dental Association

·         Australian Dental Association Queensland Branch

·         Dental Board of Queensland

·         Dental Technicians & Prosthetists Board of Queensland

·         NSW Dental Assistants' Association

·         Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons

·         New Zealand Dental Association

·         Dietitians Association of Australia

·         Sports Dietitians

·         Australian College of Health Service Executives

·         Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society

·         Australian Institute of Medical Scientists

·         Australian Society for Medical Research

·         Australia & New Zealand Intensive Care Society

·         Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine

·         Australian Institute of Medical Scientists

·         Australian and New Zealand Head and Neck Society

·         Australian and New Zealand Association of Physicians in Nuclear Medicine

·         Australian Medical Association (AMA)

·         Australian Medical Writers Association

·         Australian Society for Geriatric Medicine

·         Children's Medical Research Institute

·         Doctors' Reform Society of Australia

·         Royal Australasian College of Physicians

·         Royal Australian College of General Practitioners

·         Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine

·         Australian Association of Neurologists

·         Australian Neuroscience Society

·         Australian Association of Neurologists

·         Neurosurgical Society of Australasia

·         Australian and New Zealand College of Mental Health Nurses

·         Australian College of Critical Care Nurses

·         Australian College of Midwifery Incorporated

·         Australian Neonatal Nurses Association

·         Australian Nursing Council Inc.

·         Australian Nursing Federation

·         Nursing Council of New Zealand

·         Royal College of Nursing Australia

·         Royal Australian College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists

·         Occupational Therapy Australia

·         New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists

·         Australian Orthodontic Institute

·         Australian Society of Forensic Dentistry

·         International Association for Dental Research

·         Asia-Pacific Orthopaedic Association

·         Australian Orthopaedic Association

·         Australian Association of Consultant Pharmacy

·         Australasian Society of Clinical & Experimental Pharmacologists & Toxicologists

·         Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia

·         Australian Physiotherapy Association

·         Australian Podiatry Association

·         Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists

·         Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons

·         Royal Australasian College of Surgeons

·         Australasian Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons

·         Australasian Society for Ultrasound in Medicine

·         Urological Society of Australasia

Hospitals Associated with Health care research

1300Hospitals in Australia. More than 180 hospitals are there in Queensland and more than 50 hospitals are there in Brisbane.

Below list of hospitals in Australia:-

·         Alpha Hospital

·         Aramac Hospital

·         Atherton Hospital

·         Atherton Primary Health Care Centre

·         Augathella Hospital

·         Aurukun Primary Health Care Centre

·         Ayr Hospital

·         Babinda Hospital

·         Baillie Henderson Hospital

·         Bamaga Hospital

·         Banana District Community Health Service

·         Baralaba Multipurpose Health Service

·         Barcaldine Hospital

·         Beaudesert Hospital

·         Biggenden Health Service

·         Biloela Hospital

·         Blackall Hospital

·         Blackwater Multipurpose Health Service

·         Bollon Bush Nursing Service

·         Boonah Health Service

·         Boulia Primary Health Care Centre

·         Bowen Hospital

·         Brisbane Youth Detention Centre

·         Bundaberg Hospital

·         Burketown Health Centre

·         Caboolture Hospital

·         Cairns Hospital

·         Cairns North Community Health

·         Caloundra Health Service

·         Camooweal Health Centre

·         Capricorn Coast Hospital and Health Service

·         Central Queensland Rural Outpatient Clinics

·         Charleville Hospital

·         Charters Towers Health Centre

·         Charters Towers Rehabilitation Centre

·         Cherbourg Health Service

·         Childers Hospital

·         Chillagoe Hospital

·         Chinchilla Health Services

·         Clermont Multi-Purpose Health Service

·         Cloncurry Hospital

·         Coen Primary Health Care Centre

·         Collinsville Multipurpose Health Service

·         Cooktown Multipurpose Health Service

·         Croydon Primary Health Care Clinic

·         Cunnamulla Hospital

·         Dalby Health Service

·         Dirranbandi Hospital

·         Dimbulah Hospital

·         Doomadgee Hospital

·         Dunwich Health Service Centre

·         Dysart Hospital

·         Edmonton Community Health Centre

·         Eidsvold Health Service

·         Emerald Community and Primary Health Services

·         Emerald Hospital

·         Esk Health Service

·         Forsayth Hospital

·         Gatton Health Service

·         Gayndah Health Service

·         Georgetown Hospital

·         Gin Gin Hospital

·         Gladstone Community Health Service

·         Gladstone Hospital

·         Glenden Community Health Centre

·         Glenmorgan Outpatients Clinic

·         Gold Coast Hospital

·         Goodna Community Health

·         Goondiwindi Health Service

·         Gordonvale Memorial Hospital

·         Gurriny Yealamucka Health Service (Yarrabah)

·         Gympie Hospital

·         Halwyn Centre

·         Herberton Hospital

·         Hervey Bay Hospital

·         Home Hill Hospital

·         Hopevale Primary Health Care Centre

·         Hughenden Health Centre

·         Ingham Health Services

·         Inglewood Health Service

·         Injune Hospital

·         Innisfail Community Health Centre

·         Innisfail Hospital

·         Ipswich Community Dental Clinic

·         Ipswich Health Plaza

·         Ipswich Hospital

·         Isisford Primary Health Care Centre

·         Jandowae Multi-Purpose Health Service

·         Joyce Palmer Health Service (Palm Island)

·         Julia Creek Hospital

·         Jumbun Community Health Care Centre

·         Jundah Primary Health Care Centre

·         Karumba Health Centre

·         Kilcoy Hospital

·         Kingaroy Health Service

·         Kowanyama Primary Health Care Centre

·         Lady Cilento Children's Hospital

·         Laidley Health Service

·         Laura Primary Health Care Centre

·         Lockhart River Primary Health Care Centre

·         Logan Hospital

·         Longreach Hospital

·         Mackay Base Hospital

·         Mackay Community Health

·         Magnetic Island Health Service Centre

·         Malanda Primary Health Clinic

·         Maleny Hospital

·         Mapoon Primary Health Care Centre

·         Mareeba Hospital

·         Maryborough Hospital

·         Middlemount Community Health Centre

·         Miles Health Service

·         Millaa Millaa Health Centre

·         Millmerran Multi-Purpose Health Service

·         Mission Beach Community Health Centre

·         Mitchell Hospital

·         Monto Health Service

·         Moonie Outpatients Clinic

·         Moranbah Hospital

·         Moreton Bay Nursing Care Unit

·         Mornington Is Primary Health Care Centre

·         Morven Outpatients Clinic

·         Mossman Multi Purpose Health Service

·         Mount Garnet OPD

·         Mount Isa Hospital

·         Mount Morgan Multipurpose Health Service

·         Mount Perry Health Centre

·         Moura Hospital

·         Mundubbera Health Service

·         Mungindi Hospital

·         Murgon Health Service

·         Muttaburra Primary Health Care Centre

·         Nambour Hospital

·         Nanango Health Service

·         Napranum Primary Health Care Centre

·         Normanton Hospital

·         Oakey Health Service

·         Pormpuraaw Primary Health Care Centre

·         The Prince Charles Hospital

·         Princess Alexandra Hospital

·         Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Hospital

·         Quilpie Hospital

·         Ravenshoe Primary Health Care Centre

·         Redcliffe Hospital

·         Redland Hospital

·         Richmond Health Centre

·         Robina Hospital

·         Rockhampton Community and Public Health Service

·         Rockhampton Hospital

·         Roma Hospital

·         The Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital

·         Royal Children's Hospital

·         Sarina Hospital & Primary Health Care Centre

·         Smithfield Community Health Centre

·         Springsure Multipurpose Health Service

·         St George Hospital

·         Stanthorpe Health Service

·         Surat Hospital

·         Tambo Primary Health Care Centre

·         Tara Health Service

·         Taroom Health Service

·         Texas Health Service

·         Thargomindah Hospital

·         The Park - Centre for Mental Health, Treatment, Research and Education

·         The Townsville Hospital

·         Theodore Multipurpose Health Service

·         Thursday Island Hospital

·         Thursday Island Primary Health Care Centre

·         Tieri Community Health Centre

·         Toowoomba Health Service

·         Tully Community Health Centre

·         Tully Hospital

·         Wallumbilla Hospital

·         Wandoan Outpatients Clinic

·         Warwick Health Service

·         Weipa Hospital

·         Whitsunday Health Service

·         Winton Hospital

·         Wondai Health Service

·         Woorabinda Multipurpose Health Service

·         Wujal Wujal Primary Health Centre

·         Wynnum Hospital

Industries Associated with Healthcare Research

HealthCare Research focuses on understanding the needs, expectations and desires of people – physicians, support staff and employees, patients and members. There are more than 120 top industries associated with healthcare research in the world. In Australia more than 12 top industries associated with healthcare research.

Universities Associated with Healthcare

Medical university is a tertiary educational institution—or part of such an institution—that teaches medicine, and awards a professional degree for physicians and surgeons. In some countries it is called medical school and some countries universities. There are more than 2400 medical schools in 180 countries. Australia have 20 medical universities and Brisbane have one medical university.

Market Value of healthcare research

Healthcare systems around world are facing unprecedented change. While healthcare is primarily organized within national geographies, the issues are truly global. Demographics, fiscal restraint, new technologies and consumer expectations are creating significant challenges and opportunities.

The global pharmaceutical contract research and manufacturing services market is set to grow by an average of 13.6% a year to 2017, by which time it will be worth $136 billion, up from $72 billion in 2012, according to new forecasts.

As per the Australia  budget papers released reveal that the funds for researchers will start small with $10 million available in 2015-16 before the pool grows to $53 million the following financial year, $130 million in 2017-18 and $224 million by mid-2019.


Market growth Healthcare Industry

The Australian Healthcare Industry currently generates revenue of AU$94 billion per year. As per the market analysis it will raise up to $108 billion within the next 5 years. As per a recent report Australia is the best place in the Asia Pacific region to do business in the Healthcare market, based on market size, structure and risk. World healthcare industry estimated as $6.5 trillion estimate for 2014 and As per the market analysis it will raise up to $7.0 trillion.

Products manufactured by the industry related Healthcare Research and it’s Market Value

The global pharmaceuticals market is worth US$300 billion a year, a figure expected to rise to US$500 billion in next 5 years. Australia’s pharmaceutical sector was valued at $22.7 billion in 2015, and will increase at a Compound Annual Growth Rate of 5.1% to $32.1 billion by 2020. The country’s medical devices market will expand at a CAGR of 4.9% to reach an estimated $10.4 billion by the end of the forecast period. In total it is estimated to reach  $42.5 billion.

Fund Allotment For HealthCare

Healthcare sector is one of the most important sector globally. Every year for healthcare system fund use to be allotted and now it is growing rapidly. Around the globe on an average 16.91% of GDP invests in healthcare sector. Australia one of the country who invests higher percentage of GDP in healthcare field 29.58%.

Statistics of Physicians Healthcare across the Globe

 

Location

Physicians

World

13.9

Afghanistan

1.9

Albania

11.1

Algeria

12.1

Andorra

39.1

Angola

1.7

Armenia

28.5

Australia

38.5

Austria

48.6

Azerbaijan

33.8

Bahamas

28.2

Bahrain

14.9

Bangladesh

3.6

Barbados

18.1

Belarus

37.6

Belgium

37.8

Belize

8.3

Benin

0.6

Bhutan

0.7

Bosnia and Herzegovina

16.9

Botswana

3.4

Brazil

17.6

Brunei Darussalam

13.6

Bulgaria

37.6

Burkina Faso

0.5

Cambodia

2.3

Cameroon

0.8

Canada

20.7

Cape Verde

3

Central African Republic

0.5

Chad

0.4

Chile

10.3

China

14.6

Colombia

14.7

Congo

1

Cook Islands

28.9

Cote d'Ivoire

1.4

Croatia

27.2

Cuba

67.2

Cyprus

27.5

Czech Republic

37.1

Denmark

34.2

Djibouti

2.3

Ecuador

16.9

Egypt

28.3

El Salvador

16

Estonia

33.4

Ethiopia

0.3

Fiji

4.3

Finland

29.1

France

33.8

Gambia

1.1

Georgia

42.4

Germany

36.9

Ghana

0.9

Grenada

6.6

Guatemala

9.3

Guinea

1

Guinea-Bissau

0.7

Guyana

2.1

Honduras

3.7

Hungary

34.1

Iceland

34.6

India

6.5

Indonesia

2

Iran (Islamic Republic of)

8.9

Iraq

6.1

Israel

31.1

Italy

38

Jamaica

4.1

Japan

21.4

Jordan

25.6

Kazakhstan

38.4

Kenya

1.8

Kiribati

3.8

Korea (Republic of)

20.2

Kuwait

17.9

Kyrgyzstan

24.7

Lao People's Democratic Rep.

1.9

Latvia

29

Lebanon

35.4

Libya

19

Lithuania

36.4

Luxembourg

27.8

Macedonia (The former Yugoslav Republic of)

26.2

Madagascar

1.6

Malawi

0.2

Malaysia

12

Maldives

16

Mali

0.8

Malta

32.3

Marshall Islands

4.4

Mauritania

1.3

Mexico

19.6

Micronesia (Federated States of)

1.8

Moldova (Republic of)

36.4

Monaco

70.6

Mongolia

27.6

Montenegro

20.3

Morocco

6.2

Mozambique

0.3

Myanmar

5

Namibia

3.7

Nauru

7.1

New Zealand

27.4

Niger

0.2

Nigeria

4

Niue

60

Norway

41.6

Oman

20.5

Pakistan

8.1

Palau

13.8

Papua New Guinea

0.5

Peru

9.2

Poland

20.7

Qatar

27.6

Romania

23.9

Russian Federation

43.1

Rwanda

0.6

Samoa

4.8

San Marino

48.8

Saudi Arabia

9.4

Senegal

0.6

Serbia

21.1

Sierra Leone

0.2

Singapore

19.2

Slovakia

30

Slovenia

25.4

Solomon Islands

2.2

Somalia

0.4

South Africa

7.6

Spain

39.6

Sri Lanka

4.9

Sudan

2.8

Swaziland

1.7

Sweden

38.7

Switzerland

40.8

Syrian Arab Republic

15

Tajikistan

19

Tanzania (United Rep. of)

0.1

Togo

0.5

Tonga

5.6

Trinidad and Tobago

11.8

Tunisia

12.2

Turkey

17.1

Tuvalu

10.9

Uganda

1.2

Ukraine

35.2

United Arab Emirates

19.3

United Kingdom

27.7

United States of America

24.2

Uruguay

37.4

Uzbekistan

25.4

Vanuatu

1.2

Vietnam

12.2

Yemen

2

Zimbabwe

0.6

 

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