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World Future Health Africa 2024

AFRICA’S DIGITAL HEALTHCARE MARKET WILL DOUBLE BETWEEN NOW AND 2027

With 56% of Africans unable to access quality care, advances in tech - AI, data and connectivity - improving medical outcomes, offers the opportunity to leapfrog challenges in existence for decades.  

Investment funds growth for Africa's Digital Health Programs. Countries are forging ahead: World Bank endorses $450 million for Morocco's healthcare reforms. Egypt's healthcare vision incorporates $7 billion blueprint for new hospitals, and Nigeria and Kenya unveil plans worth billions for medical infrastructure enhancements.

Global Health Visionaries speaking at World Future Health Africa

AFRICA'S MOST COMPREHENSIVE DIGITAL HEALTH PROGRAMME

World Future Health Africa INVESTMENT SUMMIT

World Future Health Africa INVESTMENT SUMMIT

Africa's healthcare sector draws growing interest from global investors.

Development banks, DFIs, corporate accelerators, and major funds unite to invest in sustainable healthcare development, fostering impactful partnerships among stakeholders, policymakers, and innovators.

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World Future Health Africa CONGRESS

World Future Health Africa CONGRESS

Africa's healthcare sector is pioneering a digital health revolution, leveraging innovation to enhance accessibility and effectiveness.

Join leaders and visionaries in advancing cutting-edge healthcare technology to transform lives, empower communities, and position Africa as a global leader in healthcare.

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Digital Health LEADERSHIP FORUM

Digital Health LEADERSHIP FORUM

African governments and digital health leaders share best practices, tackle challenges, and foster collaboration and dialogue.

Join Africa's top health and ICT leaders, entrepreneurs, investors, and policy makers at our unique gathering to explore how technology is revolutionising healthcare on the continent.

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AFRICA’S MOST COMPREHENSIVE DIGITAL HEALTH PLATFORM

Innovators in digital health, top-tier medical practitioners, influential hospital directors, and key decision-makers source the products and solutions to advance healthcare across the continent.

Government delegations gain insights to shape future health policies, while public and private healthcare providers will explore digital and infrastructure modernization.

Procurement experts joining the event are on the lookout for the next big tech, and investors are ready to back promising ventures in health. Together with big tech brands, they intent to make meaningful impact on healthcare in Africa.

Spotlight on Health Innovators at World Future Health Africa 2024

AFRICA'S DIGITAL HEALTH EPICENTRE

The pinnacle of innovation showcasing groundbreaking creations and integrations from the world's leading healthcare and technology brands. A diverse, transformative dive into:

Tele-Health

Bridge geographical gaps to allow remote medical consultations for 45% of Africa's population who could benefit from these accessibility services. (WHO)

Patient Self-Care

Empower individuals with tools for health management to oversee their well-being, mobile health applications can significantly reduce hospital visits by up to 47%. (mHealth Africa)

Robotics & Automation

Enhance surgical precision and minimize human errors reducing surgery time by up to 20%. (African Journal of Biomedical Research)

Paperless Data

Streamline data access, minimize errors, and accelerate processes with electronic health records to improve diagnostic accuracy by 40%. (Health Informatics in Africa)

AI in Healthcare

Aid medical professionals in diagnostics, treatment planning, and predicting patient needs, and help identify diseases with a 90% accuracy rate. (African Health Tech Review)

Decision Intelligence

Strengthen clinical decision-making with data-driven insights, and improve patient outcome by 35%. (Africa Health IT News)

Laboratory Technology

Improve disease detection, ensuring timely and accurate results. Modern tech can lead to a 25% reduction in misdiagnoses. (African Journal of Laboratory Medicine)

Workflow Automation

Enhances hospital efficiency by reducing wait times and administrative hurdles, strategies which can boost workflow efficiency by 30%. (Healthcare Federation of Africa)

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AFFORDABILITY

Digital tools have demonstrated the potential to deliver average cost reductions of approximately 19% for patients, with the most prevalent medical expenses experiencing reductions of up to 40%.

ACCESSIBILITY

Digital solutions can provide access for up to 400 million more people in Africa and remote solutions have the potential to reach 74% of the African population, which equates to over 700 million people.

GRANULARITY

By expanding their data collection, integration and  analysis capabilities, African healthcare systems could achieve a 30% increase in operational efficiency and a 15% reduction in administrative costs all while improving patient outcomes.

QUALITY

AI applications in healthcare could save 1 million African lives by 2030, Electronic Health Records can reduce medication errors by 55% and wearables have help detect specific issues with up to 98% accuracy.

WHO TO EXPECT AT WORLD FUTURE HEALTH AFRICA

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AFRICA SPENDS IN EXCESS OF $10 BILLION A YEAR TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH OF A CONTINENT

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