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Evénement leader français des équipements, solutions et stratégies pour le fonctionnement et la transformation des établissements de santé, la Paris Healthcare Week vous propose 3 jours d’interactions entre les acteurs des secteurs sanitaires et médico-social.

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Paris Healthcare Week – 16 – 18 May 2017 – Porte de Versailles – Pavillon 1

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FHF Congresses

FHF Congresses

The Hospital Federation of France (FHF) is organizing the 16th, 17th and 18th May 2017, a unique event in France with an international vocation, bringing together, in a rapidly changing environment, all professionals in the health and autonomy sectors: the PARIS HEALTHCARE WEEK. 
During this event, which brings together the HopitalExpo, GerontHandicapExpo and HIT trade shows, the FHF and SPH Conseil present four conferences bringing together the best experts around the 2017 main theme: The best healthcare system worldwide? 

> Download the programme in PDF version (only french version)

> Online registrations at sphconseil.fr
(n° agrément : 11754382775)

The FHF in brief 
Established in 1924, the Hospital Federation of France (FHF) brings together more than 1,000 hospitals and 3,800 nursing homes and medico-social institutions.
Designed like the home of hospitals, the FHF is built around shared values:

  • equal access to quality care for all ;
  • commitment to innovation and excellence in care and support, teaching and research ;
  • continuity of care.

The FHF brings together hospitals of different sizes – local hospitals, general hospitals, university hospitals, specialized mental health institutions – as well as Ehpad and institutions handling disability.
It defends the autonomy of hospitals and medico-social establishments, guarantee of an intelligent adaptation to the realities of the field.
It is now working to create a genuine public health service bringing together in each territory professionals in the health and medico-social sectors in order to improve the coherence of care pathways.