Agenda

Achieving UHC in Asia and Africa by Scaling Community/Locally driven Innovation

Welcome remarks & setting context

9:00-9:15

Amref Health Africa/ PHFI
Dr. Frasia Karua /Dr. Priya Balasubramaniam

Opening remarks

9:15-9:30

Mr. Justin Wood

Head, Asia and the Pacific, World Economic Forum

PANEL 1

Asia perspective: strengthening health systems capacity for UHC
How has governance, leadership and political environment impact health system capacity in Asia? How is the private sector contributing?

9:30-11:00

Moderator: Dr. Wangari Ng’ang’a, UHC Technical Adviser, Executive Office of the President, Kenya


Panellists:

  • Mr. Rohit Deo Jha, Deputy Director National Health Authority-Ayushman Bharat- Government of India
  • Dr. Shirley Lourdes Domingo, Vice-President, Corporate Affairs Group, PhilHealth, Philippines
  • Dr. Maya Rusady, Director for Health Services, Badan Penyelenggara Jaminan Sosial (BPJS)
  • Dr. Le Van Kham, Director, Health Insurance Department, Ministry of Health, Vietnam
  • Dr. Mohd Safiee bin Ismail, Senior Principal Assistant Director, Ministry of Health, Malaysia
  • State/Provincial Perspective:
    Dr. P. Umanath, Managing Director, Tamil Nadu Medical Services Corporation, India

Nutrition and Networking

11:00-11:15

PANEL 2

Community-led Innovation, Scale & the role of new intermediaries
What are underlying factors that drive scale?
How have new health intermediaries (such as non-state development sector institutions) contributed to scaling innovations?

11:15- 12:45

Moderator: Ms. Rhenu Bhuller, Partner – Transformational Health, Frost & Sullivan


Panellists:

  • Dr. Gregorius Bimantoro, CEO and Founder, Atoma Medical
  • Ms. Anda Sapardan, COO and Co-founder, TeleCTG International
  • Ms. Deborah Gildea, Head (Asia), Novartis Social Business
  • Ms. Aye Aye Sein, Deputy Director General of Administration, Department of Public Health, Ministry of Health and Sports (MoHS), Myanmar 
  • Dr. Mushtaque Chowdhury, Vice-Chairperson, BRAC, Bangladesh
  • Local perspectives on partnerships and scale:
    Prof. Safurah Bt Ja'afar, Associate Professor of Community Medicine, International Medical University, Malaysia
  • Dr. Le Thi Thu Hien, Program Director, PATH

Summary and context setting for Deep Dive

12:45-13:00

Lunch Break

13:00-14:00

Deep Dive

Leveraging Community driven innovations for UHC.
The role of enablers (technology, private sector, government, local communities) and Building Regulation and Accountability Mechanisms

14:00-16:30

Invited Participant Stakeholders

Country representatives, regional private sector innovators, community representatives, regional development implementing organizations

Deep Dive Session format, Kigali framework overview and introductions

14:00-14:20

Amref/ PHFI – Facilitate
Dr. Priya Balasubramaniam, Dr. Desta Lakew, Dr. Frasia Karua
Individuals share name and expertise.
Break out in to 4 enabler groups with questions around 4 focus areas

Identify country priorities, enablers and challenges that feed into the Kigali framework

14:20-15:45


Spotlight speakers:

  • Dr. Atikah Adyas, MDM, Health Human Resource Body, Ministry of Health, Indonesia
  • Dr. Laksono Trisnantoro, Professor in Health Policy and Administration, Director, Centre for Health Service Management, Faculty of Medicine Universitas Gadjah Mada Indonesia
  • Mr. Mohammad Ameel, Senior Consultant, Healthcare Technologies (Medical Devices) at National Health Systems Resource Centre, India
  • As 4 break-out groups

Talk solutions for regional sharing

Synergies for Asia and Africa-opportunities for regional collaboration

Identify key-measures of success in scaling innovations and community led models

Pick 2-3 countries and partners that can move forward this agenda right now

15:45-16:30

Facilitators from each group pick one person from each groups to share points from their questions

Open discussion on feasibility of solutions and next steps

Summary, Next steps and it’s a wrap!

16:30-16:45