Global Institutions, Regulators and Healthcare Systems
IPIHD believes that the achievement of global access to cost-effective and high-quality healthcare is a critical component to achieving the fundamental aim of reducing healthcare delivery inequities in the world.
The chance to help accomplish this mission by establishing relationships with all facets of the global emerging healthcare field are consolidated in IPIHD for Global Institutions, Regulators, and Healthcare Systems alike.
British Prime Minister David Cameron addresses the Global Health Policy Summit in his keynote.
Photo: Sang Tan, Pool / AP
Panel at the Global Health Policy Summit, including Chair of IPIHD (Dr. Victor Dzau) and IPIHD Network innovators from SalaUno and Heartfile.
As part of IPIHD, there are many opportunities to work toward the social mission:
- Collaborate and explore relationships with successful healthcare innovators to strengthen institutional mission(s) complementary to IPIHD's mission to increase global access to affordable, high-quality healthcare
- Work with IPIHD team centrally to determine replicable innovative models of healthcare delivery and an understanding of the enablers required to implement these models in healthcare systems
- Support system innovation with proven long-term benefits against healthcare cost, access and quality
- Learn about innovative solutions that have high value and low cost health impact
- Share best practices (e.g., regulatory reports) and create the opportunity for healthcare payors and providers to learn lessons to raise quality and lower costs to patients
How can I learn more about IPIHD's policy and regulatory reserach and recommendations?
Read our press release here, where IPIHD shares findings and recommendations in the co-authored report A Neglected Resource: Transforming Healthcare through Human Capital at the Global Health Policy Summit.
Contact Krishna Udayakumar and Richard Bartlett to discuss opportunities to engage with IPIHD.