Health Systems: The Next Generation 2017

Health Systems: The Next Generation 2017

Join us for HSNG2017, a forum focused on promoting and maintaining wellness by identifying important trends in health system applications and technologies and opportunities for collaboration. The event brings together professionals and scholars from across the fields of healthcare delivery, operations, and education focused on improving local and global health systems. The event will include two plenary panel sessions, rapid-fire presentations, and two poster session showcasing new approaches, technologies, and research in health systems.

Innovation in Public Impact Research Across Georgia Tech

Innovation in Public Impact Research Across Georgia Tech

On April 19th, 2017 the Georgia Tech Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems (CHHS) brought together faculty across campus to present new research and technology relating to resilience, social impact, public health, international development, and other topics.

2017 Health and Humanitarian Logistics Conference

2017 Health and Humanitarian Logistics Conference

The growing number of humanitarian crises due to wars and political unrest, natural disasters, food insecurity, infectious diseases, poverty, etc. affects millions around the world with devastating socioeconomic effects. Likewise, health systems around the world face challenges in responding to disease outbreaks, preventing and diagnosing disease, and promoting positive health outcomes among individuals and populations.

Health Systems: The Next Generation event

CHHS Hosts Health Systems Event, Sept 16th

The Georgia Tech Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems (CHHS) hosted a 1-day event on September 16th focused on improving health systems with leaders from across the fields of healthcare delivery and operations. The event included panel sessions on “Industry Trends in Healthcare Delivery," Educating the Next Generation in Health Systems” and "Alumni Response: What Should GT Do?", as well as presentations and posters on new research.

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