High-Level Roundtable: Rethinking the Global Health Architecture
This high-level roundtable aims to evaluate if the global health system is fit for purpose and whether it might need to change going forward. The roundtable will ask participants to identify key strategic and feasible reform areas for further work and suggest how this work can move from the analysis of the system to implementation of the reforms needed. Using the four functions of the international health system proposed by the Commission on Investing in Health to frame the discussion, the roundtable will assess how well the global health system has performed in delivering in these key areas and identify the needs for change going forward. Participants will also reflect on previously proposed reform proposals and offer their suggestions on options for improving the architecture in the future.
The Rethinking the Global Health Architecture project was launched in September 2014 with the objective of catalyzing a high quality dialogue among key stakeholders and decision-makers on the future of the global health architecture.
Attendance at this event is by invitation only.