BHF EVENTS UPDATE
Putting the health citizen 1st | 2018-03-15

Pushing the boundaries of the impossible

As healthcare systems around the world move towards achieving Universal Healthcare, much research has been performed on what needs to be done relating to policy evidence; however, efforts to move beyond the technical policy evidence towards action plans seem an impossible reality for many. Befittingly, this year’s conference theme is ‘Putting the health citizen first’ as we seek deeper understanding of what the next steps are for the industry to find alignment, action, and participation in driving implementation of systems that are equitable, affordable, and accessible to all ‘health citizens’. Our reality is that we are all serving a greater purpose, bigger than all of us, and that pushing the boundaries of what seems impossible will enable us to achieve access to quality, equitable and affordable healthcare for Africa.

BHF Golf Challenge 2018 | 2018-03-14

This year’s golf challenge will be held at the amazing Lost City Golf Course on the 17th of June 2018.

The Lost City Golf Course with undulating and rocky terrain has an 18-hole desert-style golf course that is surrounded by spectacular views across the bushveld. Wide fairways, a series of lakes that separates the ninth with the finishing hole, the course covers more than 100 hectares and incorporates 28 000 square metres of water features.
Due to limited spaces, the BHF Golf challenge is reserved for conference delegates only and not partners.

Please click here for Golf Sponsorship Packages. For more information call 011 537 0270.

Golf registrations are opened to conference delegates only and will done via the registration path.

Details of the BHF Golf Challenge 2018 are as follows:

DATE

Sunday, 17 June 2018.

TIME

09h00– 15h00 (Conference delegates only)

VENUE

Lost City Golf Course

RSVP

Golf registrations are opened to conference delegates only, register here.

 

 

 

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Putting the health citizen first – what this means for Universal Healthcare Coverage

The relationship between healthcare service providers and the health citizen has conventionally been transactional. Even with chronic health citizens, healthcare service providers have built a relationship of dependence. Putting the healthcare citizen first, pushing boundaries of the possible explore ways in which to deliver healthcare services with the health citizen as the number one priority.

Call for abstracts – 19th Annual BHF Conference 2018.

The BHF Conference Programme Committee is calling for abstracts and case studies for presentation at the upcoming 19th Annual BHF Conference 2018, these should be in line with the topics listed below.

2018 ANNUAL TITANIUM AWARDS CALL FOR ENTRIES

The 4th Annual Titanium Awards are aimed at recognising the contributions by healthcare professionals and organisations in creating affordable, accessible and sustainable healthcare throughout the Southern Africa region.

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