AS/COA’s Healthcare Series addresses key challenges and growing opportunities in healthcare across the Americas through private meetings with policy makers, roundtable discussions, and public forums. It features experts and leaders from government, industry, and academia to promote dialogue on innovative and sustainable healthcare in Latin America. The Series will culminate in a set of policy recommendations to be shared with stakeholders.
The Series provides a platform for COA corporate members to engage with key stakeholders on best practices in meeting the growing demand for access to quality healthcare, and creating innovative solutions that promote inclusion, competitiveness, and regional economic development.
- Innovation in Healthcare
- Health as a driver of social and economic growth
- The role of enabling conditions in supporting health innovation
- Using data to support evidence-based health policy
- Digitalization of healthcare
- Sustainability of Healthcare
- Innovative healthcare financing models
- Financing healthcare innovation: impact, challenges, and opportunities
Opportunities are available for COA corporate members to sponsor the Healthcare Series.
2019 Healthcare Series Sponsors
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