As reported in Biospectrum Asia, more than 100 people from 15 Asian countries participated in the fourth Novartis Social Business stakeholder dialogue in Singapore on November 20.
Panel 1 on public-private partnerships, featuring (from left to right) Nguyen Khanh Phuong of the Ministry of Health of Vietnam; Dhawal Jhamb of IFC; Edward Booty of Allied World Healthcare; Deborah Gildea of Novartis Social Business, Asia; and moderator Mark Chataway of Baird’s CMC
More than 100 people from 15 Asian countries who represented global public health, healthcare industry, digital tech, finance, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), government and international media, came together on November 20 to discuss and identify solutions during the fourth Novartis Social Business stakeholder dialogue, held in Singapore. This year’s panellists brought multiple perspectives to each issue.
During the first panel discussion on public-private partnerships (PPPs), Deborah Gildea, Cluster Head, Novartis Social Business, Asia, underlined the need to include local communities in the design of healthcare solutions to increase the likelihood of success.
Dhawal Jhamb of IFC highlighted the need for pr...
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