ACCESS Health International and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation convened a day long consultation on primary healthcare in India titled, Driving Primary Healthcare Transformations Across a Health System: What Does It Take to Get There?
Interoperability and its effect on patient safety has become an important topic in recent years.
In the backdrop of the recent India-Africa Summit 2015 that brought fifty African heads of state to India, we organized a capacity building program and study visit for policymakers from Ethiopia, Kenya, and Tanzania, as well as Bangladesh. The capacity building program, Managing Markets for Health, introduced policy levers and tools that policymakers can use…
This is the fourth blog post in a series about cutting edge elder care in the Netherlands. Click here to see the previous post. In this blog post, we take a closer look at the Dementia Village at Hogewey. During my recent trip to the Netherlands, I traveled thirty minutes southeast of Amsterdam to the city of Weesp. There,…
On December 16, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of India and the National Institute of Public Finance and Policy are bringing together key voices from India and across the world to an open dialogue on health financing in India, in New Delhi.
Please see the summary below of a Lancet report on the state of universal health coverage in India. The report highlights many of the shortcomings of the Indian health system, a system that fails hundreds of millions.
ACCESS Health and the Center for Health Market Innovations organized a wonderful kickoff event for the Learn and Launch engagement in Mumbai, in early December.
On Friday, ACCESS Health International and NUS Enterprise revealed the inaugural winners of the Modern Aging initiative in Singapore.