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Exclusive Invitation - Sustainable Healthcare in APAC: Financing and Delivery Models

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Asia Pacific (APAC) is home to approximately 60% of the world’s population – its diverse make-up presents challenges to healthcare systems across the region, especially at a pivotal time when patients are increasingly demanding more personalised care. In addition, there are existing challenges that will continue to place a burden on healthcare systems such as ageing populations, rise in non-communicable diseases, and the need to create greater access to healthcare.

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has also emphasised the need for a more resilient health system to respond to future shocks and ensure sustainability. It has become more pressing than ever for economies to improve efficiency in healthcare, optimise resources and maximise patient outcomes.

In response, KPMG in Singapore and Sanofi, with the support of the World Economic Forum, have undertaken insight gathering activities across APAC on the topic of sustainable healthcare delivery and financing in the region with new insights and recommendations to inform the path forward.

Gaining insights from policymakers, healthcare practitioners, patients, financing, academia and the healthcare industry, among other key constituents, the report puts forward a new ‘Universal Health Coverage 2.0’ model to ensure that healthcare delivery and financing in APAC sustain themselves, and also provide recommendations for three major challenges – life-course immunisation, diabetes management and rare diseases.

Speakers

  • Kelly McCain, Head of Healthcare Initiatives, World Economic Forum
  • Franck Perraudin, Head of Global Health Partnerships and Alliances, Sanofi
  • Dr. Nima Asgari, Asia-Pacific Observatory on Health Systems & Policies, WHO

Moderator: Chris Hardesty, Head of Life Sciences, KPMG in Singapore 

The speakers will discuss:

  • Evolution of healthcare financing models over the past year, and future intentions for investment levels
  • Understanding priority healthcare areas for development
  • Understanding how public and private sector can work together to deliver on the agenda


Please join us for this exclusive webinar by clicking on the registration button above.
 

 

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