Al fianco dei partenariati, sono saliti sul palco digitale anche relatori nazionali e internazionali, operanti principalmente a livello istituzionale e nel mondo della cooperazione internazionale allo sviluppo, che hanno condiviso esperienze e best practice nel campo della salute e benessere.
“Identifying, developing and scaling up innovative solutions that can meet the demands and challenges for Equitable and Quality Health Care, regarding maternal and child health, immunization and nutrition: these are the Global Health priorities of Unicef”.
Madison Marks, Portfolio Strategist, UNICEF Venture Fund
“AICS has worked to develop technological innovations in the field of health, among which developed telemedicine has a crucial role, developed in Peru and Bolivia, in order to provide health care to communities living in remote mountain areas”.
Denise Pavia, Office AICS
“Techne it’s a network composed by universities, institution, humanitarian and international organizations that work in collaboration to develop technical intervention that are at the service of the Ministers of Health, other agencies and big international organizations, thanks to specialists that are able to share technical expertise connecting health, building, design and engineering discipline”.
Michele di Marco, Téchne coordinator Architect & Disaster Risk Reduction specialist, WHO
“In a context in which there is increasing interest in digitalisation, we adopt an ecosystem approach to support digital transformation by providing a system where every stakholder can access high-quality data for decision making”.
Steve Ollis, Project Director, Country Health Information Systems and Data Use, JSI
“PATH works to accelerate health equity togheter with different institutions, businesses, social entrepresises, investors, to solve the world’s most pressing health challenges. Remote procedures and interoperability between different institutions of the public private sector are just a few motivations that push us to worry about the future of innovation”.
Johnpaul Omollo, Senior Policy & Advocacy Officer, PATH
“The mission of the World Health Organization is to ensure the health of all, regardless of their status or geographical area of origin, based on a type of innovation that responds to a public health need that has the ability to accelerate and support the positive impact of health, a goal that we aim to achieve by 2030”.
Louise Agersnap, Head Department for Digital Health & Innovation, World Health Organization