This year’s ‘’Health – Made in Germany’’ seminar featured an exchange of the latest German know-how on hospital efficiency through state-of-the-art project planning and innovative medical equipment. Thank you for participating in the event which provided valuable insights into the European trends in state-of-the-art hospitals. Especially the importance and effectiveness of healing architecture was highlighted, which constitutes the integration of nature and daylight into the hospital construction. These factors help to create a non- or less clinical atmosphere, supporting patients’ recovery. As furthermore underlined by our speakers, Germany has an extensive history and excellent reputation in researching and manufacturing in the medical field. The initiative ‘Health – Made in Germany’ would like to bring Australian and German partners together to promote the exchange of information on the progress in both countries and further sustainable advances in Australian health care.
“Health – Made in Germany” aims to bring the strengths of the German health care industry to countries around the globe. Since many German companies are world leaders in their fields due to a policy of consistent and early promotion of health care, German medical technology and healthcare services have a strong reputation worldwide.
In general, German suppliers possess decades of valuable experience in realizing healthcare projects both at home and abroad. Providers of products and services know how to develop and deliver customized state-of-the-art solutions. The German healthcare industry is a powerhouse characterized by high innovation, steady growth and continually developing employment potential.
The export initiative, launched by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology in 2011, provides information, links partners, and paves the way to applying German know-how on an international scale.
As part of the "Health - Made in Germany" export initiative, the German-Australian Chamber of Industry and Commerce has set up a seminar series in 2012 in order to establish a platform for decision makers of the Australian health care industry to exchange know-how and insights into state-of-the-art technology on current healthcare topics.