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06 August 2019

Building sustainable healthcare systems

Innovators and entrepreneurs around the world are challenging what is possible in global health.

Bush House
Bush House

They are looking at innovative, scalable and sustainable approaches to change local healthcare systems, especially in emerging economies.

To showcase their solutions and explore how partnerships make progress possible, King's and the MIT Sloan School of Management hosted an inclusive all-day summit in Bush House. The event, 'Building Sustainable Healthcare Systems through Innovation and Entrepreneurship,' brought together entrepreneurs, academics, healthcare professionals and policymakers from around the world to discuss opportunities to strengthen healthcare ecosystems.

“The buzzword is sustainable innovation – thinking in an entrepreneurial, creative way about how we can do things differently. Doing things the same is just not going to fix the problem.”

Professor Sir Robert Lechler, provost and senior vice-president (health)

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