The Future of Health

The Future of Health

The Future of Health: New Perspectives to Transform Healthcare Delivery

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In developed countries across the world, healthcare spending is rising steadily as ageing populations, an epidemic of chronic disease, advances in biomedical knowledge, increased digital healthcare innovations and higher public expectations place additional demands on services.

In Australia, for example, health expenditure rose by an average of 5% a year in real terms over the last decade, outstripping GDP growth of 2.8%. In locations worldwide, healthcare delivery systems are now reaching breaking-point and there is an urgent need to develop new working practices innovative business and funding models.

The University of Queensland (UQ) Business School’s experts bring new perspectives to this debate. With backgrounds in areas such as innovation, management, strategy, marketing, finance, accounting, information systems, economics and technology, they work alongside clinicians and healthcare leaders to help address the challenges in the Future of Health.

Through our work with private and public healthcare providers, patients and families, we are internationally recognised as thought leaders in the healthcare sector.

The Future of Health initiative draws together the School’s expertise across different disciplines to help transform healthcare delivery for the benefit of patients and society at large.

 


Contact The Future of Health 

If you would like more information or to explore opportunities with The Future of Health initiative please contact:

Nicole Hartley

Dr Nicole Hartley
Senior Lecturer in Marketing
n.hartley@business.uq.edu.au

Andrew Burton-Jones

Professor Andrew Burton-Jones
Professor of Business Information Systems
a.burtonjones@business.uq.edu.au

Victor Callan

Professor Victor Callan
Professor of Leadership and Management
v.callan@business.uq.edu.au

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