Why I do Global Health
EDUCATION, RESEARCH
Feb 02, 2017

Why I do Global Health

Mark Harris, Associate Professor of Anesthesiology, M.B.Ch.B., M.P.H, tells why he does Global Health work and why we should help, not do. ... Read More

Winds of Change at WHO by Juan Carlos Negrette
RECOGNITION
Jan 20, 2017

Winds of Change at WHO by Juan Carlos Negrette

In the upcoming days the process of selecting a new Director General for the WHO will accelerate. This year’s election happens at a time in which WHO is reinforcing its support to health systems strengthening as a necessary condition for achieving universal health coverage. Simultaneously, it will continue developing structures and approaches that can rapidly and effectively respond to unexpected health threats in a changing environment and in an increasingly interconnected world.... Read More

Extreme Affordability
RECOGNITION, RESEARCH
Jan 13, 2017

Extreme Affordability

“Extreme Affordability” is a new design-requirement that upends the growing healthcare affordability problem by forcing close inspection of the value equation that controls for quality against cost. Costs can decrease without a corresponding slip in quality when we are relentless to improve the processes, supply chains, and synergies we use to create value.... Read More

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