Journal of Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism

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Market Research Report - 2nd International Conference on Lifestyle Disease & Medicine | March 16-17, 2020 - Las Vegas, USA

Jerome Palazzolo

Professor of Psychiatry, University of Senghor, Alexandria, Egypt, UK; Email: [email protected]

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The motto of 2nd Lifestyle Diseases conference is to confer about the modern lifestyle, the diseases linked and to aware people for upholding a precise lifestyle to be healthy. The conference invites eminent and renowned personnel like dieticians, nutritionists, healthcare Professionals, PhDs, cardiologists, psychiatrist, physicians, paediatrics, endocrinologists, food Industrialists to exchange their knowledge, experience, and research innovations to shape a healthy world. The conference constitutes many notable academic programs including keynote sessions, oral presentations, workshops, poster presentations, video presentations etc. The participants will be provided with certifications, brand establishment, rebuilding new customer base, new tips and tactics, global networking.

The global healthcare market is expected to grow to $11801 billion in 2021 at an attractive compound annual growth rate (CAGR). . The healthcare industry is one of the largest and fast growing industries in the world, and it has a direct effect on the quality of life of patients. The term healthcare refers to diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease or illness. Healthcare is one of the highest growth industries in the entire world. According to the Bureau of Labour Statistics, more than 14.3 million people are employed in the healthcare industry, and it's projected that 3.2 million new healthcare related jobs will be created over the next 8 years.

Business Value of Lifestyle and Related Health Sector:

The World Health Organization estimates there are 9.2 million physicians, 19.4 million nurses and midwives, 1.9 million dentists and other dentistry personnel, 2.6 million pharmacists and other pharmaceutical personnel, and over 1.3 million community health workers worldwide, making the health care industry one of the largest segments of the workforce. Health care facilities are largely owned and operated by private sector businesses. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the United States spent $9,403 on health care per capita, and 17.1% on health care as percentage of its GDP in 2014. Healthcare coverage is provided through a combination of private health insurance and public health coverage (e.g., Medicare, Medicaid). The United States does not have a universal healthcare program, unlike other advanced industrialized countries.

Health care in the United States is provided by many was paid for by the government, and funded via programs such as Medicare, Medicaid, the Children's Health Insurance Program, and the Veterans Health Administration.

The global health Care market is estimated to be worth some $10tn and is growing at a faster rate than GDP in many countries. The production and provision of health related goods andservices, employment in the health work force, new technologies and capital invested in hospitals, clinics and other health infrastructure affect the prospects for stable economic growth and employment in economics around the World and this in turn lead to improvements in population health.

List of Lifestyle and Healthcare Universities Worldwide:

• University of Southern California, USA

• University of York, England, UK

• University of Oxford, UK

• University of Copenhagen, Denmark

• Monash University, Melbourne, Australia

• The Australian National University, Australia

• University of Hamburg, Germany

• Johns Hopkins University, USA

• Lund University, Sweden

List of Lifestyle and Healthcare Universities in USA:

• Harvard University

• Duke University

• Columbia University in the City of New York

• Yale University

• Vanderbilt University

• Georgetown University

• University of Southern California

• University of California-Los Angeles

• North-western University

List of Research Centres Associated with Lifestyle and Healthcare Worldwide:

• Cambridge Centre for Health Services Research (CCHSR)

• Nestlé Institute of Health Sciences, Switzerland

• Health Research Board, Ireland

• Luxembourg Institute Of Health, Luxembourg

• Centre for Social Research in Health, Australia

• The George Institute for Global Health, Australia

• Berlin Institute of Health, Germany

• German Institute of Human Nutrition, Germany

• National Institutes of Health, USA

• Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, USA

List of Research Centres Associated with Lifestyle and Healthcare in USA:

• Institute for Public Health and Medicine

• Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

• National Institutes of Health

• Centre for Health Design

• California Health & Longevity Institute

• Centre for Health Information Analysis For Nevada

• UNC Nutrition Research Institute

• PITT Public Health

• National Centre for Health Research

List of Hospitals Associated with Healthcare in Worldwide:

• UNC Nutrition Research Institute, USA

• National Centre for Health Research, USA

• The University of Tokyo hospital, Japan

• Toronto General Hospital, Canada

• Singapore General Hospital, Singapore

• The John Hopkins Hospital, USA

• Charites University, Germany

• Calvary Health Care Bethlehem, Australia

• The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Australia

• Wesley Hospital, Australia

List of Hospitals Associated with Healthcare in USA:

• Kindred Hospital, Las Vegas, USA

• AMG- Speciality Hospital

• Centennial Hills Hospital Medical Centre

• UCSF Medical Centre, San Francisco

• Mayo Clinic

• National Jewish Health, Denver University of Colorado Hospital

Funding for Health:

The U.S spent $3,492.1 billion on health care in 2017. Expenditure in health sector in U.S. has increased by 3.9% in 2017 to $3.5 trillion or $10,739 per capita. This lower than what was observed in 2016 (4.8 percent) and 2015 (5.8 percent). After a period of relatively fast growth in 2014 and 2015 during the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, 2017 was characterized by slower growth that continued from 2016. In fact, growth in 2017 was similar to the 3.7 percent average annual rate of the 5-year period ending in 2013. These growth rates are the lowest since the early 1960s when health spending was first tracked in its current format.

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Forecast for next 5 years in Lifestyle and Healthcare:

The present healthcare system is essentially a sick care system, built in the middle of the last century. Although there’s been tremendous progress on medical diagnosis and treatments, care delivery hasn’t structurally changed much. It’s still largely bricks and mortar where people who are sick or acutely ill come to be seen and treated by medically trained people. It was never designed to deal with the huge growth of chronic disease which now represents well over 80 per cent of all healthcare spend.

At the moment, if someone doesn’t feel well, they may see their GP, get an appointment with a hospital specialist, have tests or scans, have those results looked at, and then receive the necessary treatment. Some future predictions in world regarding health care - Artificial Intelligence (AI) for healthcare IT Application will cross $1.7 billion by 2019, Asia becomes the New Local Innovation Hub for Global Drug and Device OEMs, Digital health tech catering to out of hospital will grow by 30% and cross $25 billion.

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Conclusion:

In the era of digital life, the value of nutrition and physical activity is still a key for a healthy life. Increasing prosperity has also taken a place in the deciding factors and triggered a health boom. As people are more and more aware of the healthy lifestyle, it is evident that the health care sector will boom along with it and will help to create a prosperous world.

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