Keynote & panel discussion
Universal Health Coverage is a critical Sustainable Development Goal target that requires all individuals to have access to health services that are both affordable and of good quality.
Often, it is women, children, and adolescents who face financial hardship most acutely due to their high health care needs and low access to financial resources.
Achieving this SDG will demand financial strategies that go beyond donor funding and will require political leadership, social consensus, and realistic local public financing commitments.
Please join us for an insightful panel discussion on the future of global health financing. Addressing the unfinished MDG agendas of child, maternal, and neonatal health and of non-communicable diseases will demand increased and coordinated investments in quality primary health care services, while reducing the role of inefficient and inequitable private financing such as out of pocket payments.
Lunch will be served after the panel
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Moderator: Jeff Sturchio, President and CEO, Rabin Martin
- Boluwatife Oluwafunmilola Lola-Dare, President, CHESTRAD International
- Jean Kagubare, Global Health Financing Lead, Management Sciences for Health
- Ronald T. Piervincenzi, CEO, US Pharmacopeia
- Tim Evans, Senior Director of Health, Nutrition and Population, World Bank Group
- Tom Vogl, Assistant Professor of Economics and International Affairs, Princeton University
- Management Sciences for Health (MSH)
- Princeton University
- Rabin Martin
- U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention (USP)