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Growth Summit 2023: Future of Work - Health and Care

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With an estimated shortfall of 10 million workers in the sector by 2030, the health and care economy is under severe stress. What multi stakeholder policies and strategies can help recruit, retain and rethink healthcare jobs?

This is the full audio from a session at the World Economic Forum’s Growth Summit 2023, Future of Work - Health and Care.


Ricardo Baptista Leite
Member of Parliament, Portuguese National Parliament (Assembleia da República)

Howard Catton
Chief Executive Officer, International Council of Nurses (ICN)

Bianca Rothier
International Correspondent, Globo TV

Anjali Bhagra
Professor of Medicine; Medical Director, Office of Equity, Inclusion and Diversity, Mayo Clinic

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Podcast transcript


Health and Healthcare

COVID-19 highlighted fundamental problems with our capital-intensive, hospital-centric model of healthcare. According to the World Health Organization, half the world still lacks essential health services - and 90% of countries have reported disruptions to healthcare services during the pandemic. One of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals seeks to ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all by 2030; in order to achieve this, health systems will have to change how they connect with patients and communities. To ensure every person on Earth has equal access to the highest standards of preventive health and clinical care, a coordinated and data-enabled approach...

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