Managed Equipment Services: success factors for UHC and GDP growth in African countries?
As reflected in the UN Sustainable Development Goal on good health and wellbeing (SDG 3), healthcare is a cornerstone for individual and societal growth and prosperity. Consequently, developing sustainable healthcare services to meet country-specific needs is imperative for socioeconomic development and stability.
However, developing transformative healthcare services is an endeavour that requires an array of expertise in multiple areas such as medical technology, training & education, financing, project governance and tendering. In such cases, partnerships between public and private institutions can bring relevant capabilities to the table that drive healthcare innovation and efficiency. Accordingly, Managed Equipment Services (MES) present a new form of public-private risk-benefit sharing that is designed to provide healthcare providers with continuous access to the latest medical technologies via holistic solutions that include planning, procurement, commissioning, user training, maintenance, and timely technology replacement.
Siemens Healthineers partners with both public and private institutions in long- term, performance-based projects. We have a global track record in the design, implementation, and successful operation of healthcare PPP projects – including a global footprint of long-term MES projects. We seek to bring this expertise and experience to countries on the African continent to co-create value partnerships that optimize, expand, and advance healthcare delivery.
This interactive round table discussion will be hosted by Mr. Ole Per Maaloey, Head of Eastern Africa and Middle East, and Mr. Hassan Safer-Tebbi, Head of Western Africa, France and Belgium (both Siemens Healthineers). Please join us to exchange views with experts from public administrations, financial institutions, and (international) non-governmental organizations. A light breakfast will be provided.
Date and location
Tuesday, May 21
07:30 to 09:00am
Hotel Intercontinental, Room "Paris"
Chemin du Petit-Saconnex 7-9, Geneva
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