With an aim to support achievement of health sector goals, the ANHSS in collaboration with the Asian Institute of Management organized a knowledge transfer and capacity building course on private sector engagement followed by a half-day summit with the theme Health Systems Strengthening: Towards Effective and Collaborative Service Delivery for Universal Health Care.
The four-day PPP course aimed at providing knowledge and skills to profit and non-profit organizations, institutions, and individuals such as policymakers, academicians, health advocates, and social innovators whose primary purpose is to improve health so that they can contribute to the strengthening of health systems for the effective delivery, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation of universal health care. And the half day summit highlighted the important role of the private sector in achieving UHC in the Health Care System. Representatives from different countries (China (HKSAR), The Philippines, and Thailand) convened to provide insights and share success stories of effective collaborative governance and service delivery in the health sector.
Whilst the Private Sector Engagement course was held from October 16th – 19th, the Summit was held on October 15th.
Both events were attended by a mix of health system experts, policymakers, business and non-profit organizations, academicians.
Details on agenda to be accessed here