Trend at a glance: Access to high-quality universal healthcare
Almost everyone will have access to high-quality medical care.
Healthcare resources will be stretched by an ageing population.
A universal healthcare system won’t be sustainable: a tiered healthcare system will be the reality.
Technologies will drive efficiency across prevention, diagnostics, monitoring and access to healthcare support.
What it means for HIV
In the next 20 years, the HIV: The Long View Coalition envisions…
Technology will facilitate better access at point of care for people at risk or living with HIV.
The number of older people with HIV will grow and more resources will be focused on prevention and management of their chronic conditions to ensure future cost savings.
Better control of various aspects of HIV will reduce the need for specialist intervention driving integrated care models.
HIV care will not be restricted by geographies.
As populations across Europe grow and age, healthcare systems will remain under continuing pressure. There will be factors that might influence access and whether everyone can expect to receive high-quality medical care regardless of the country in which they live and potential drivers which will see a transformation of healthcare systems in the future.
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