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- Elieff Center for Education and Culture
Many developed countries recognize health as a basic human right and assume collective responsibility for providing access to health care to all of their citizens. However, extension of the human life span, rapid development of new technology and advanced treatment methods, and significant increase of health care expenditure as a share of national and family incomes and health care delivery processes becoming increasingly sophisticated necessitate efficient and effective provision of health services as well as their professional management in all countries.
The main aim of this conference is to serve as a professional platform and network to exchange knowledge, information, and experiences about current health care management trends and health reforms between national and international health care management academicians, policy makers, practitioners, managers, and students. We also hope that the conference will further contribute to the global recognition of health care management as an important and growing profession.
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