2nd International Conference on Preventive Medicine and Public Health

    March 24-25, 2022 VIRTUAL MEET | DIGITAL EVENT

    Future of PMPH 2022 conference

    Peers Alley Scientific Committee takes colossal delight to invite all the participants around the globe to join us at The International Conference on Future of Preventive Medicine and Public Health which will be held on March 24-25, 2022 in London, UK. 

    Preventive Medicine and Healthcare 2022 is a world-wide platform to emphasize on various topics, stimulate the exchange of ideas and enable participants to grasp the latest innovations and new perspectives in the arena of Medicine and Healthcare. Preventive Medicine and Healthcare Congress exists around the theme “Global Health Care Sector Outlook-Emerging technologies, treatments and Up-to-date studies that could revolutionize medicine and future of healthcare” with the goal to unite prominent Academicians, Specialists, Scientists, Physicians, Professors, Researchers, Industrialists and Research Scholars around clearly circumscribed topics, engage participants in the productive level-headed discussion, and facilitate mutual understanding. An additional objective of the Congress is to provide

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    Future of PMPH 2022 Conference

    Welcome Message

    Meet our first list of distinguished speakers
    We're adding more every week


    Peers Alley Media Cornelia Ramona Wippich

    Cornelia Ramona Wippich

    Institute for Occupational Safety and Health of the German Social Accident Insurance, Germany

    Peers Alley Media Roberto Sanchez

    Roberto Sanchez

    University of Concepcion, Chile

    Peers Alley Media Wieslaw Swietnicki

    Wieslaw Swietnicki

    L. Hirszfeld Institute of Immunology and Experimental Therapy of the PAS, Poland

    Peers Alley Media Pinky Shani

    Pinky Shani

    University of Houston, USA

    Scientific Sessions

    Conference Highlights

    Scope & Importance


    We work hard to improve the lives of our patients and their families by collaborating with the healthcare community. We offer clinical experience to both allied health professionals and patients.

    We focus on the right to comprehensive, high-quality primary care for individuals and populations.

    •    To provide the most safest, ethical, and effective medical care possible.
    •    Practice the safest, most ethical and effective medical care possible.
    •    Breakthrough research can lead to the discovery of new treatments and therapies.
    •    Promoting healthy and reducing health disparities.
    •    Educate and inspire faculty, healthcare developers, policy makers and leaders of the next generation.
    •    Build a philanthropic culture for patient care and research.


    Our objective is to disseminate healthcare information and innovations that will guide in a new era of medicine.

    Healthcare Market Forecast

    Healthcare is one of those industries that has never seen ups and downs, particularly since technology has taken over its progress.
    Even throughout the pandemic, technology was important in advancing healthcare to a higher level.

    In 2019, the global home healthcare market was valued at USD 281.8 billion, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.9% predicted from 2020 to 2027. Market growth is expected to be increased by global population ageing and rising patient preference for value-based healthcare. In 2019, the World Health Organization (WHO) estimated that 703 million people aged 65 and up lived in the world. By 2050, the number of elderly people is expected to increase to 1.5 billion. The ageing population necessitates more patient-centric healthcare services, which in turn raises demand for healthcare personnel and agencies, drive market growth.

    Medicare is the largest single payer of home healthcare services in the United States. Medicare accounts for more than 40% of all home health care expenses.

    Healthcare Market Overview in USA

    The home healthcare market is divided into two components: equipment and services, wherein the services segment dominated the market with a share of 80% in 2019. The demand for home healthcare agencies is increasing as the world's population ages, resulting in better patient outcomes. Furthermore, the rising frequency of chronic diseases among the elderly is a prominent factor contributing to market growth.

    In 2019, therapeutic devices dominated the equipment market. The growing number of patients with chronic or severe respiratory infections, urinary infections, or end-stage renal disease (ESRD) necessitates the use of innovative devices for treatment. Another important element driving the therapeutic equipment market is lower service rates for in-home healthcare when compared to hospitals or nursing homes. End-stage renal diseases (ESRD) affects roughly 750,000 persons in the United States each year, and 2 million patients worldwide, according to the University of California, San Francisco

    The diagnostics equipment market is expected to develop at a healthy rate over the projected period, owing to the rising prevalence of diabetes and cardiovascular illnesses, both of which necessitate constant monitoring. Furthermore, increasing patient awareness of the screening process and technological advancements, such as the integration of microfluidics, sensors, the Internet of Things (IoT), smartphones, and wearables, provide point-of-care testing to patients and represent a significant opportunity for providing sensitive, low-cost, rapid, and connected diagnostics.

    In 2019, North America dominated the home healthcare industry with a 42% share. In 2019, the United States had the greatest market share in North America, due to changing trends towards in-home healthcare from nursing homes, technology advancements, and the presence of modern medical infrastructure. In addition, the region's market is being driven by high patient awareness levels, rising healthcare expenses, and the deployment of a streamlined regulatory framework. Profits in the U.S. healthcare industry are expected to grow at a 5% annual rate through 2024, with medtech and healthcare IT experiencing the fastest growth. Profits in healthcare information technology are expected to rise from 14 billion US dollars in 2019 to 28 billion US dollars in 2024.

    Healthcare Market Overview in Japan

    Japan is the world's second-largest market for medical devices and healthcare. Japan is open to innovative and high-quality products and technologies, with nearly 45% of medical devices imported.

    By nearly 180,000 medical facilities, including hospitals and clinics, Japan has the world's second largest healthcare market. In fiscal FY 2010, national medical expenditure was 37.4 trillion (approx £249 billion @150 = £1), a 3.9 percent increase over the previous year. This was a record-high in terms of both level and rate of growth, driven by the implementation of cutting-edge medical technologies as well as one of the world's fastest ageing populations. As a result of the ageing population, demand for assistive and care products has increased. However, the market is already crowded with a wide range of products, making it extremely difficult for new entrants lacking unique selling points.

    The Japanese medical device market is also the world's second largest, valued at 2.4 trillion yen (approx. £16 billion) in 2011, with foreign manufacturers accounting for 44.4 percent of the products. Japan has long been known as a high-tech nation, but the market for medical devices is still heavily reliant on imports.

    Healthcare Market Overview in Europe

    Despite rising global trade tensions and a sluggish global economic outlook for 2020, the global healthcare market is expected to surpass $2 trillion in 2020. BREXIT is expected to have a significant impact on the United Kingdom, Europe's largest digital healthcare market.

    In the forecast period of 2020 to 2027, the healthcare IT market is expected to grow. According to Data Bridge Market Research, the market will be worth USD 150.97 billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 15.62 percent during the forecast period.

    The European healthcare market is expected to grow from approximately $2080 billion in 2016 to approximately $2125 billion in 2020. The European healthcare market is expected to exceed US$ 224 billion by 2022.

    The European home healthcare market was worth USD 70.28 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow at an 8.37 percent CAGR to reach USD 105.04 billion by 2024.

    In 2019, Germany had the highest market share in Europe, followed by France. This is mostly due to rising in-home healthcare spending in the country and rising demand for the skilled nursing workers to provide in-home care.

    Healthcare Market Overview in Australia

    The health care and social assistance industry is Australia's largest employer. This industry employed over 1.7 million people in 2020, with a projected increase to more than 1.9 million by 2024.

    Occupations related to the HLT – Health Training Package account for roughly one-third of the workforce in Health Care and Social Assistance. The occupations with the highest proportion of the workforce are Aged and Disabled Carers and Nursing Support and Personal Care Workers. Both are expected to grow significantly until 2024, with Aged and Disabled Carers growing by more than 25%. Other occupations in this sector are expected to grow to varying degrees as well. Welfare Support Workers, for example, are expected to grow by nearly 23%, Health and Welfare Services Managers by about 19%, and Complementary Health Therapists by about 15%.

    Medical device industry overview: The medical device sector in Australia is mature, with a well-developed regulatory system. However, in the next years, it will be one of the slowest-growing economies in the South Pacific area. In 2016, the market was worth $4 billion, down from $5 billion in 2014. Due to Australia's sinking currency, market recovery will be delayed in 2019. Despite its low growth, Australia's ageing population, Federal Budget measures, and openness to adopt new technology should help to stabilise the market.

    Australian market opportunities: Australia's healthcare business is sophisticated and open to innovative products. A wide range of medical gadgets, particularly those designed to treat and manage age-related disorders, are in high demand. Because the Australian market is pushed to cut prices, imported devices are frequently inventive and cost-effective. In addition, there is a growing demand for gadgets that help people with disabilities and chronic pain, as well as those that help them recover faster. The Australian market is highly accessible from a regulatory aspect for items that already have CE Marking.

    Healthcare Market Overview in Middle East

    Healthcare prospects are expanding across the Middle East. According to a recent analysis by the US-UAE Business Council, healthcare spending in the UAE is forecast to rise from $17 billion in 2017 to $21.3 billion by 2021, with a CAGR of 8.5 percent predicted between 2018 and 2023 in the UAE Healthcare Sector Outlook 2023 report.

    Aging populations, longer life expectancies, and sedentary lifestyles, all of which contribute to an increase in obesity, cancer, and diabetes, are driving demand growth. New modes of care and out-of-hospital services are emerging as a result of an emphasis on prevention and well-being rather than simply treating patients. Saudi Arabia, for example, is developing a new healthcare system that includes primary, community, and secondary care.

    Simultaneously, labour challenges, such as a lack of competent clinical staff and a strong reliance on expatriates, are pushing demand for technology such as digital health, artificial intelligence, and robots to fill the gap. By 2025, the region's medical technology market is estimated to be worth $31.6 billion.

    The size of the Middle East and Africa Home Healthcare Market was worth USD 21.62 billion in 2020 and estimated to be growing at a CAGR of 9.30%, to reach USD 33.32 billion by 2025 during the forecast period.

    These countries are expected to have a market size of USD 102 billion in 2024 with a CAGR value of 9.2% during the forecast period. Healthcare is the fastest-growing sector in the UAE, accounting for 79% of the market.

    Healthcare Market Overview in APAC

    The size of the home Healthcare Market in the Asia Pacific was worth USD 43.25 billion in 2020 and estimated to be growing at a CAGR of 12.56% to each USD 78.14 billion by 2025.


    Home Healthcare Market Report Scope

    Report Attribute


    Market size value in 2020

    USD 303.6 billion in 2020

    Revenue forecast in 2027

    USD 515.6 billion

    Growth Rate

    CAGR of 7.9% from 2020 to 2027


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    • Speaker Time

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