digital Programme

28 - 30 SEPTEMBER, 2021 

During the Health~Holland Visitors Programme special attention will be given to certain themes in which the Netherlands plays a pivotal international role. More information about the themes of 2021 will be announced soon.


Health systems around the world are struggling with ageing populations, the rising prevalence of chronic diseases and the continuous search towards improved quality, access, and affordability. The coronavirus outbreak posed additional challenges to health systems and its stakeholders. Challenges for which smart solutions had to be designed, but also accelerated the implementation of already existing smart solutions. What we have learned about the future of health care in recent times? Which new or underexposed smart solutions have proven to be effective? What methods and approaches still needs to be improved or redesigned? What will stay? And what will go?
The Netherlands is renowned for its well-functioning health system and innovative approaches and solutions. This year’s Health~Holland Visitors Programme will focus on a virtual international exchange and dialogue of best practices and lessons learned from corona that will shape the future of health care. As a hosting country and innovation leader, The Netherlands will share their experiences and expertise. Decision-makers in health from around the world are invited to join this international dialogue and discuss smart solutions that benefit health systems and stakeholders during and after corona. 


About the organizer

Task Force Health Care (TFHC) has been representing the Dutch Life Sciences & Health sector since 1996. The public-private, not-for-profit platform consist of partners from industry, knowledge institutes, NGOs, healthcare providers and the government, all active in the Dutch Life Sciences & Health sector. These partners provide innovative and sustainable solutions to global (and local) healthcare challenges and are active all over the world. In the last decade we                                                                                                                                                                                                               visited and maintained relationships with more than 30 countries! Read more...