Conference Overview


The Medic West Africa congress promotes stakeholder dialogue in areas of leadership and management affecting West African healthcare providers in both the public and private sector. It also highlights clinical specialties which give clinicians an opportunity to benchmark their skills and hear from some of the region’s leading clinicians.

The congress is committed to keeping healthcare stakeholders updated on worldwide healthcare management thinking and experience while creating a forum for regional networking.

Every year the congress offers attendees an opportunity to network, discuss and deliberate with leadership from West African Ministries, authorities, healthcare providers, distributors and solution providers.

 

Health Insurance Conference

  10 October 2018

Theme: Health Insurance in Nigeria: Progress towards universal health coverage

Medic West Africa will once again be hosting the Health Insurance Conference in association with the Healthcare Federation of Nigeria. This one day high level conference programme will therefore bring together leading speakers and delegates under one roof to discuss the reality of Univeral Healthcare in Nigeria.

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Quality in Healthcare Conference

  11 October 2018

Theme: The business of quality & patient safety

The Quality conference, dedicated for all senior level clinicians and healthcare officials will hear from key experts from across the region on how to innovate, collaborate and ultimately drive quality throughout healthcare facilities not only in Nigeria but throughout West Africa. The 2018 edition of this high level programme will feature expert speakers who will present case studies and participate in interactive panel discussions.

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Leaders in Healthcare Conference

  11 October 2018

Theme: The UHC roadmap - Shaping West Africa's healthcare of the future

This one day agenda will include esteemed healthcare experts who will discuss and debate the vision and way forward for Nigeria’s healthcare system. From government initiatives to new technologies, the programme will have an interactive element that will allow a fresh exchange of ideas and thought leadership to ultimately improve healthcare across Nigeria.

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Primary Care Diabetes Conference - BeyHealth

  11-12 October 2018

Theme: Counting the cost of Diabetes

The 2018 edition of our annual diabetes conference is themed ‘Counting the Cost of Diabetes’. It recognises the unquantified substantial burden of type-2 diabetes across the region and focuses attention on the macroeconomic implications of diabetes-related chronic disease. The programme examines the true financial cost of managing diabetes and explores the socioeconomic and clinical impact of this condition on local communities, healthcare resourcing and national productivity. 

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Digital Health Conference

  12 October 2018

Theme: Making sense of health data and its transformative potentials in Nigeria

The need for a proper grasp on how to access, handle, process, analyse, visualize and interpret health data has never been more crucial and this conference will bring together various stakeholders in Nigeria's vast health landscape to discuss health data from different perspectives and how individuals, institutions, organizations, societies, government, agencies and policymakers, among others can best handle health data, avoid familiar pitfalls and maximise outcomes.

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Healthcare Leadership Academy Workshop

  12 October 2018

Theme: Leading in Healthcare: How do we get there?

This year’s theme: “Leading in healthcare: How do we get there?” is focused on helping aspiring leaders and those already in leadership positions to develop and improve the skills they need to be most effective, to forge long-lasting connections with like-minded individuals tackling similar projects and to get inspired by leaders from both healthcare and other industries.

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