Health systems are facing serious challenges. Resources are increasingly limited in a rapidly changing world, where the nature of health needs are equally changeable. But at the same time, technological progress in the digital age and the emergence of new health actors expand our array of potential solutions to these unprecedented challenges.
One of the key aspects in order to be able to tackle those challenges is that health systems be better organized to become learning systems, that can study their own practices to learn lessons that will inform these practices and improve their ability to adapt rapidly to the evolution of health needs.
At this eighth edition of the Geneva Health Forum, we will notably explore innovations that are put in place in the field to improve learning and implementation cycles in Global Health, with a view to best adapt our practices and improve access to health in a changing world.