|06th February,2018||10:00 am - 11:00 am||Track 3|
The increasing number of seniors will stress public spending in numerous ways: Pensions will increase, more specialised infrastructures need to be built and healthcare reimbursement will skyrocket. Significant public investment will need to follow in order to address the resulting additional expenditure.
Potential cost-effective solutions included an integrated care system, which would ease the pressure on healthcare procurement. Meanwhile, initiatives such as smart cities and adapted public policies could help seniors stay more active. How can we encourage and optimise public procurement in these areas?