Global Perspectives on Ageing, Population Growth and Healthcare (KPMG)

Summary

The “Something to teach, something to learn” report examines the challenges for international health systems in finding strategies to cope with rapidly growing and ageing populations. The perspectives of 22 countries are considered. Despite the differences internationally, underlying common themes are beginning to emerge. This report briefly summarises the ideas that emerged from KPMG’s Global Healthcare summit held in Rome in October 2012.

Something to teach, Something to learn is a call to action to think about the deep-seated strategies that will enable health economies to provide better care at lower cost. Powerful examples of how it can be done are out there – we just need to be better at sharing learning”.

Read more: Blueprint for healthcare emerges from study of global approach to patient care. KPMG.

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Reference

Britnell, M. and Edwards, N. (2013). Something to teach, something to learn: global perspectives on healthcare. London: KPMG International, KPMG’s Center of Excellence, April 17th 2013.

[A brief reference to this item features in Dementia and Elderly Care: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWNHST), Volume 3 Issue 9, August 2013].

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