Future Proofing Elder Care in Asia
Improving geriatric care for the aged in Asia
Coping with Rapid Population Ageing in Asia
The Asia – Pacific region is experiencing population ageing at an unprecedented rate, with the number of elderly persons expected to more than double, from 535 million in 2015 to about 1.3 billion in 2050. By 2030, the UN estimates 60% of the world’s older population (60+) will reside in Asia. A cause for both celebration and concern, key stakeholders must recognise investment opportunities to accelerate innovation in healthcare facilities and clinical care, while understanding the challenges and demands it will create for health and social services, regulatory authorities and existing communities.
Hear from experts on the legal, social and economic aspects of Elder Care in Asia
Asia-Pacific Elderly Care Market - What's the opportunity?
How can we support our senior citizens as a country, community and even individuals to foster an environment of equality, care and wellbeing? Despite posing a challenge to achieving the United Nations 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development, this can be converted in a lucrative advancement of business and society. Our experts will break it down for you.
Key trends across demographics, diseases, fee structures, transparency, ease of doing business.
Rethinking healthcare facilities: Redesigning hospitals and moving toward integrated geriatric healthcare
Investment opportunities in healthcare
Analysing investor optimism in senior care:
- Funds and finances: What funds are available for elder care providers and route to access
- The future of PPP partnerships in caring for the aged
Elder law 101
Examining Insurance, pricing and reimbursements as well as the laws and ethics governing elder care
Innovations in elder care
Exploring the impact of wearables, robotics, telemedicine, IoMT and other innovations
Excellence in clinical care
Skills and trends in geriatric care
HOW ASIA CAN REINVENT CARE FOR ELDERLY POPULATIONS
Today, Asian countries, on average, are experiencing population ageing at an unprecedented rate, with a significant percentage of the population being 65 years or older. Several factors have contributed to it, such as advances in healthcare and people opting to have fewer children.
According to a recent UN estimate, the number of elderly persons is expected to more than double, from 535 million in 2015 to about 1.3 billion in 2050. Furthermore, by 2030, 60 per cent of the world’s older population is expected to reside in Asia.
Align your objectives with the growing Elder Care Market in Asia
Join “Future Proofing Elder Care in Asia” by AQMEN365, to deep dive into plenary sessions and case studies to gain actionable insights on how Asian societies will transform as they mature. Other benefits include:
Capitalise on the unique opportunity to ask questions and network with industry thought leaders and uncover vital best practices.
Make exclusive connections that will help you grow your business and establish brand presence in a burgeoning market
Understand legalities and investment opportunities in healthcare and benchmark your strategies against other leading organisations