As governments rise to the challenge of managing the interlinked dynamics of population health and economic uncertainty, At a turning point: Healthcare systems in Central and Eastern Europe highlights the key differences and commonalities in healthcare financing and policy approaches across 13 European countries. The report, written by the Economist Impact, identifies major trends and aims to benchmark access and provision of healthcare services, medicines, healthcare outcomes as well as quality of care. It also puts forward a number of recommendations for action, in areas such as financing models, delivery of care, access to innovative treatments, diagnostics and digital infrastructure.
AmCham Real Estate Council met on December 1. The world is changing: economies and businesses are in transition. De-risking supply chains results in bringing production closer to consumers. Processes become more and more automated, and there is also the transition from fossil fuels to green energy that needs to be taken into account.
After two years, AmCham again could gather to celebrate what we have achieved together. This generation of Czech business leaders, through their daily decisions and acts, have created the greatest prosperity this country has known. Their optimism and management skills navigated us through the largest epidemic in a century. And their work is never finished.
AmCham Czech Republic had the pleasure to host the American Chamber of Commerce to the European Union (AmCham EU)'s health care committee visit in Prague during the Czech Presidency of the Council of the EU.
AmCham Czech Rrepublic has discussed Finland's impressive efforts to digitize their land use with Pekka Virkamäki of the Finnish Ministry of Environment, Anna-Riitta Kallinen of the Finnish Ministry of Finance and Mika Lautanala of the Finnish Embassy in the Czech Republic. Thank you for the discussion!
Estimates from some of the leading international forecasting institutions.