Siemens Healthineers, Roche and Microsoft in partnership with the Copenhagen Institute for Future Studies have launched the Health Movement Foundation to transform and improve healthcare through collaboration between the links in the healthcare system, officials said on Monday. Announced companies.
Donors Siemens Healthineers, Roche and Microsoft have made a three-year investment commitment of approximately $10 million to the Foundation which will leverage the experience, skills and resources of the Founding Partners to make health care systems more sustainable and efficient. ,
The Health Movement Foundation was launched within the framework of the Seventy-sixth General Assembly of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, Switzerland.
According to various studies, the world’s public health systems face similar enormous pressures as population growth and aging lead to chronic diseases and increased health costs.
Similarly, inequality in access is not abating and quality health care remains elusive for millions.
“The foundation aims to transform health systems through collaboration between sectors, governments, employers, health care providers and patients to provide quality health care to all people,” said a statement from the Health Movement.
“The challenge of solving the world’s biggest health problems cannot be solved by one company or organization, but we need to leverage the ideas and experience of key cross-cutting partners in the industry,” said founding partner and professor at Harvard. Needed.” University, Rifat Attun.
While Microsoft will harness the power of technology to identify and drive innovative solutions, Siemens Healthineer will explore ways to implement innovative patient-centric solutions supported by AI-powered diagnostics.
For its part, Roche will leverage its deep understanding of medical biology to maximize innovation and help make universal access to quality healthcare a reality.
Prior to its launch, Movimiento Salud Foundation developed pilot projects in Latin American countries such as Colombia, Peru and Chile, and will have a presence in 25 countries in Africa, Europe and the Middle East.