On May 21, during the 71st World Health Assembly, member states adopted a new digital health resolution. It urges member states to better utilize digital technologies as a means of promoting equitable, affordable universal health coverage (UHC), including reaching vulnerable populations. The resolution also calls on members to analyze the implications of digital health to achieve health related sustainable development goals.
Monday, June 14: 2-4pm: “Can Country Ownership Work? Field Perspectives on Health Systems StrengtheningWatch a live panel discussion from the Global Health Council Conference co-hosted by MSH and Oxfam on how “country ownership”—the management of donor funds by a national government—works in practice.