Managing new kinds of public and private health partnerships during and beyond COVID-19

Managing new kinds of public and private health partnerships during and beyond COVID-19

Managing new kinds of public and private health partnerships during and beyond COVID-19

As a continuation of a series on new partnerships for health systems – on 29 July, a panel of health systems innovators and senior policymakers will share experiences and discuss the mechanisms for engagement with public-private health partnerships during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.

Panellists will address key questions such as how can the new types of partnership for health system capacity be sustained beyond pilots? What choices need to be made by whom? What is the role of research evidence in promoting shared value and strengthening partnerships across sectors after COVID-19? And, what needs to be done to address the barriers that prevent local innovations being rolled-out, integrated, and scaled-up?

The webinar is the second roundtable in a digital mutual learning series hosted by members of the Private Sector in Health Thematic Working Group of Health Systems Global.

Invited panellists include:

  • Ms Sujatha Saunik – Additional Chief Secretary, Department of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of Maharashtra, India.
  • Dr Caroline Mbindyo – CEO Amref Health Enterprise, Kenya.
  • Ms Claire Morris – International Programmes Director, Babylon Health, UK.
  • Dr Mohamed El Sahili – Chief Vision Officer, Medland Health Services, Zambia.
  • Mr Anirudh Rastogi – Founder and Managing Partner, Ikigai Law, India.

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