Themes of Air Quality Health Conference

Digital transformation of healthcare

A digital transformation of our healthcare would have positive effects in several areas such as disease prevention, a better working environment for our healthcare, a better patient experience and societal development. We currently have an overloaded healthcare, that at the same time screams for personal. As humans, we are becoming more and more dependent on everything going fast, where healthcare cannot or should not do. The healthcare devote minimal time to their patients because there is simply no time left, in parallel with the fact that the care queues are only growing and growing. If patients with less severe symptoms and illnesses received help from home directly via an app or a computer program, the care queues would have been reduced and the care staff would have had more time to devote to their patients. The new born generation is directly introduced to the digital world and more independent when it is necessary to quickly find and access information. They want to find out for themselves and know how to do it. They do not have a hard time learning to use new digital tools. Which simplifies the transition to a digital healthcare

Disease prevention

Many patients wait a long time to get a doctor’s appointment,  which causes a risk that the patient ignores booking an appointment, or that the patient’s symptoms have time to disappear before the set date. Through a digital transformation, patients with simpler disease symptoms can be helped quickly. If the app or computer program not only tells the patient whether or not it should seek care, it also provides tips on how the patient can take care of themselves. It could be advices on possible home remedies or items to buy at the pharmacy, possible contact with a nurse who can print prescriptions. At the same time, there are many people who do not dare to seek care, they may suffer from anxiety, are afraid of hospital or to be exposed to a completely unknown person. For those reasons a digital healthcare would have reached out and made the patent more convenient. In turn, this could have led to more people seeking care in the right time. 

Improved working environment

A digital healthcare had given our healthcare personal more time to investigate and take care of patients who are infront of them. It also could have given more time to investigate and examine individual cases to prevent diseases and, get further in research. Giving more time to each patient in place could lead the patient to feel more understood, confident and listened to. Also a digital healthcare could contribute to a better health within the healthcare personel. Working with healthcare often menas working at a high pace, under stress and pressure, and by the time feel that you dont do enough, as many people who are working with sick, physically and mentally unstable people do. All these factors can contribute to an increase in mental and physical illness among the care staff. Which is putting the care personel quantity at risk. We cant risk losing healthcare personel when we actually are in great need for an increase of quantity. 

Health equity

What exactly is health equity? Another word for it is health capital which means increased opportunities for everyone to live a healthy life, without being disadvantaged due to social status or social circumstances.
Today, there are large gaps in society that contribute to differences in the population’s health equity. Depending on who we are, where we live and how much money we have, the health equity varies. Health equity can be measured in several different ways, for example national, international and regional policy, public health and other methods and projects, EU initiatives, funding, publications, tools and inequalities in health.
The differences we will focus on during our conference are the social, economic and environmental differences that negatively affect each individuals health equity.

 

What affects health equity?

We need to cooperate to help communities deal with health, disease control and prevention to achieve good health equity.

The factors that affect the health of a population have to do with how the environment looks and functions where the people are born and raised, how they live their lives, go to school, work and age. We need to look at how structures and systems works regarding how to deal with any diseases through human life. Aspects they affect the health equity is the country’s economy, politics and social policy.
In order to achieve health capital, we can not just look at the conditions that exist in healthcare. Health equity is not only influenced by healthcare. Education, transport, housing, social development, economics, trade, for example, are several sections that also need to be included in the development of health equity. 

How to promote health equtiy

In order to promote health equity, we need to evaluate the factors that affect the population’s health capital in question. We need to reduce inequalities in health, ensure that everyone has access to the conditions needed to maintain good health, and ensure that economic and socio-economic conditions are equal for all. Health equality and health equity sound the same, but means two completely different things. Health equality means that all people get the same thing. Health equity means that all people get what they need to maintain good health, regardless of their circumstances. As an example, health equity includes that people with disabilities get the conditions they need to live a healthy life, no matter where in the world they are. But it can also be that all people should have access to healthcare. In many countries, the population has to pay to receive care, which means that those who can afford it gets it, and those who cannot afford it do not receive any care at all. How should we achieve health euqity, what are the strategies, obstacles and approaches? Listen to scientists and lectures at our conference.

Why attend Air Quality Health Conference

The purpose of this conference is acceleration of knowledge regarding human health, environment and community development. At the conference, our participants get specific and deep knowledge about three subjects, accelerating your air quality health in different spaces and places, learn how to contribute to health equity and gain knowledge about digital transformation of healthcare. The subjects are specifically chosen to contribute to society and to help people live a long, healthy and happy life. Scientists, lecturers, and professionals within the subjects will share and teach their knowledge from research, experience, and know-hows.

By attending the air quality health conference you get unique and recent knowledge about acceleration of air quality at your home, workplace, car or other spaces, you will gain deep knowledge about the importance of health equity and what you can do to contribute to development of health equity both as private person and business, last but not least you will get throughout and specific information about digital transformation of healthcare regarding working environment and healthcare availability.

 

Who should come to the conference

Do you think that good health is the key to a longevity and safe life? No matter where you live, who you are or where you work? Do you want the healthcare of the world to develop in step with technology to become more accessible and safe for both workers and patients? Then you should attend our conference within accelerating air quality health, digital transformation of healthcare and health equity. No matter who you are,  if you are an employer, an employee, politician, student, healthcare worker or just care about human rights and our environment, you should attend our conference. By attending our conference you get recent, uniqe and valuable knowledge from scientists and lecturers that you can include and use in your own work, by being involved you contribute to the development of our society.