Health remains a huge challenge within development and is a core part of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. The health sector is extremely broad, and attention needs to be paid to both its preventive aspects (good sanitation, hygiene and nutrition) as well as reactive aspects. This panel brings together leaders in health policy, practice and research with investors in order to look at the opportunity for collaboration when building healthcare systems. Who are the main stakeholders and how can they be best served? To what extent is there room for collaboration in the health sector, and how is this best achieved?
Research Fellow at the University of Oxford’s Nuffield Department of Primary Care HealthSciences, specialising in research on value based healthcare, the strategic use of newtechnologies in healthcare and impact investing.
Director of Strategy at Options Consulting, working to implement Universal Health Coveragein South Asia and sub Saharan Africa. Has consulted with organisations such as DfID, WorldBank, UNAIDS, Comic Relief and Harvard University
Director of Ternyata Ltd., a London based public health consultancy. Well known publicationsinclude Indonesia Etc.: Exploring the Improbable Nation, and The Wisdom of Whores:Bureaucrats, Brothels, and the Business of AIDS.
Head of Impact Investing at AXA Investment Managers; Chair of the Global Health Investment Fund’s Limited Partner Advisory Committee.