Universal health coverage: It’s a topic we’ve been exploring for the past few weeks in all its complexity, but are efforts on track to help get us there?
Who’s saying what? Helping us to discover what the term means, how UHC targets can be achieved in practice, and what’s left to do on the road to UHC, a number of thought leaders have been having their say.
The International Vaccine Access Center’s Lois Privor-Dumm highlighted the role of preventive care and vaccinations, the Novartis Foundation’s Ann Aerts emphasized the need for partnerships, and the World Health Organization’s Dr. Tedros laid down a marker by saying that when it comes to UHC there really are no more excuses.
So is UHC possible to achieve? We’ve asked the question to a wide range of stakeholders, traveling to Papua, Indonesia to explore the issues of innovation and access in tackling maternal mortality.
Find out more on our Healthy Horizons site.
What are you saying? Do you think achieving UHC is possible? Let us know by using #HealthyHorizons and tagging @Devex on Twitter and Facebook.
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