2024 Annual Forum

2024 Annual Forum

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Mark your calendars for the 2024 Annual Forum The Annual Forum is happening October 3-4, 2024, in Washington, D.C. This one-of-a-kind convening is attended by senior leaders in the life sciences industry, innovative entrepreneurs with novel healthcare solutions, global health researchers, executives from multinational corporations and foundations, leaders from public and private health systems, as well as social impact funders and investors. This unique opportunity brings together stakeholders from across the healthcare ecosystem to network and discuss a broad range of topics directed at improving access to quality affordable healthcare worldwide. The Annual Forum is a one-of-a-kind convening. The event is attended by senior leaders in the life sciences industry, innovative entrepreneurs with novel healthcare solutions, global health researchers, executives from multinational corporations and foundations, leaders from public and private health…
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Innovations in Healthcare becomes founding partner of G7 initiative for impact investing in health

Innovations in Healthcare becomes founding partner of G7 initiative for impact investing in health

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Innovations in Healthcare is proud to be a founding partner of the Impact Investing Initiative for Global Health (Triple I for Global Health). About Triple I for Global Health In recent years, the financial burden on the global health sector has increased, particularly in low- and middle–income countries. To meet the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, both public and private funds must be mobilized. In response, the Triple I for Global Health initiative was developed. World leaders at the Hiroshima G7 Summit endorsed this initiative, emphasizing the important role of the private sector towards enabling sustainable financing in global health, including through impact investments. [caption id="attachment_4962" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Pictured (left to right) at the UNGA78 event “Toward more Resilient, Equitable and Sustainable Universal Health Coverage by 2030": Bill Gates Co-chair of…
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Highlighting Test-and-Treat Lessons at Africa Public Health Conference

Highlighting Test-and-Treat Lessons at Africa Public Health Conference

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African public health officials, key implementers, and other stakeholders reviewed progress and lessons from COVID-19 test-and-treat programs November 27 at an official side event of the 3rd annual International Conference on Public Health in Africa, held in Lusaka, Zambia. Many organizations, including co-hosts the COVID Treatment QuickStart Consortium, Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC), the US Agency for International Development (USAID), and Zambia Ministry of Health, have been working to accelerate access to COVID-19 treatments.  [caption id="attachment_4958" align="alignright" width="300"] Panelists at the Official Side Event of CPHIA 2023: “Lessons for Establishing Integrated Test-and-Treat Programs to Deliver Lifesaving Treatments for COVID-19 and Other Health Challenges.”[/caption] Since July 2022, the QuickStart Consortium, comprising Duke University, the Clinton Health Access Initiative, Americares, and the COVID Collaborative, has partnered with ten…
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QuickStart Team Visit to Zambia University Teaching Hospital, November 30, 2023

QuickStart Team Visit to Zambia University Teaching Hospital, November 30, 2023

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Zambia was the first QuickStart country to start test and treat using donated Nirmatrelvir/ritonavir for high-risk COVID-19 patients. In a recent visit to Lusaka, Zambia for the 3rd Conference on Public Health in Africa (CPHIA), representatives from the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) and Duke University visited the Zambia University Teaching Hospital (UTH). UTH was the first facility in Zambia to offer COVID-19 test and treat services and also served as a warehouse[1] and an initial treatment distribution point, during COVID-19 surges, to other facilities. [caption id="attachment_4872" align="alignright" width="300"] Representatives from Ministry of Health-Zambia, University teaching Hospital, Clinton Health Access Initiative and Duke University during the hospital visit[/caption] At the hospital, the visiting team was welcomed by the Director of Infectious Diseases, Ministry of Health and Zambia National Public Health…
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