Peter Ehrenkranz, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Presenter Of 2 Presentations

Non-Commercial Satellite
Non-Commercial Satellite

20 minutes Q&A and wrap-up (Live)

Organizer
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; Georgetown University; IAS
Room
Satellite Channel 4

Moderator Of 2 Sessions

Non-Commercial Satellite
Organizer
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; Georgetown University
Room
Satellite Channel 4
Date
Sat, Jul 4, 2020
Time
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Session Description

The movement for differentiated service delivery (DSD) has promoted efforts to make care delivery models more responsive to patient needs through changes in service intensity/frequency, provider mix, location of services, but implementers often lack data about which factors to prioritize. To fill that gap, researchers and programs have undertaken efforts to develop a better understanding of the patient experience of care in various settings, and to understand patient?s preferences for changes in care delivery models., These data, elicited through focus groups, surveys, and discrete choice experiments can be used to improve outcomes. Likewise, communities themselves are being engaged to provide input on their experience of care, and hold decision-makers accountable. The session will examine challenges and opportunities of emerging methodologies for measuring patient and community experience of care, and approaches for using that information at scale for improving health outcomes

Non-Commercial Satellite
Organizer
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; Georgetown University; IAS
Room
Satellite Channel 4
Date
Sat, Jul 4, 2020
Time
06:00 AM - 07:00 AM
Session Description

In ratifying the sustainable development goals (SDGs), United Nations Member States have pledged to achieve a series of ambitious health and development goals by 2030, including ending AIDS as a public health threat and achieving universal health coverage. In many low- and middle-income countries, these efforts are complementary. However, there are also areas of potential tension should either of the two responses make major decisions without regard for the other. For example, an increasingly targeted HIV response that misses potential opportunities for integration, or a UHC response that chooses not to include HIV in the UHC benefit package. Investing strategically in areas of convergence between the two responses is an important strategy for ensuring greater mutual benefit and progress for both the HIV and UHC agendas. The session will increase knowledge and engagement around potential opportunities for greater synergy between the HIV and UHC responses.

Presenter Of 2 Presentations

Non-Commercial Satellite
Non-Commercial Satellite

20 minutes Q&A and wrap-up (Live)

Organizer
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; Georgetown University; IAS
Room
Satellite Channel 4

Moderator Of 2 Sessions

Non-Commercial Satellite
Organizer
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; Georgetown University
Room
Satellite Channel 4
Session Description

The movement for differentiated service delivery (DSD) has promoted efforts to make care delivery models more responsive to patient needs through changes in service intensity/frequency, provider mix, location of services, but implementers often lack data about which factors to prioritize. To fill that gap, researchers and programs have undertaken efforts to develop a better understanding of the patient experience of care in various settings, and to understand patient?s preferences for changes in care delivery models., These data, elicited through focus groups, surveys, and discrete choice experiments can be used to improve outcomes. Likewise, communities themselves are being engaged to provide input on their experience of care, and hold decision-makers accountable. The session will examine challenges and opportunities of emerging methodologies for measuring patient and community experience of care, and approaches for using that information at scale for improving health outcomes

Non-Commercial Satellite
Organizer
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; Georgetown University; IAS
Room
Satellite Channel 4
Session Description

In ratifying the sustainable development goals (SDGs), United Nations Member States have pledged to achieve a series of ambitious health and development goals by 2030, including ending AIDS as a public health threat and achieving universal health coverage. In many low- and middle-income countries, these efforts are complementary. However, there are also areas of potential tension should either of the two responses make major decisions without regard for the other. For example, an increasingly targeted HIV response that misses potential opportunities for integration, or a UHC response that chooses not to include HIV in the UHC benefit package. Investing strategically in areas of convergence between the two responses is an important strategy for ensuring greater mutual benefit and progress for both the HIV and UHC agendas. The session will increase knowledge and engagement around potential opportunities for greater synergy between the HIV and UHC responses.