Universal Health Coverage (UHC) is about ensuring that all individuals and communities have access to the health care they need. UHC does not mean healthcare is free. It means that personal (out-of-pocket) payments do not deter people from using services and that people are protected from "catastrophic health expenditures"
The UHC2030 hosted by the World Bank Group and the World Health Organization is the only global health partnership which engages the private-sector in a structured way together with governments, civil society and international organization stakeholders. For more information about the UHC2030 visit: https://www.uhc2030.org/
The UHC2030 Private-Sector Constituency (UHC2030 PSC) is the convening platform for private sector entities wishing to exchange and collaborate on universal health coverage (UHC). The Constituency will foster dialogue, convene and collaborate with private-sectors and provide a platform for interaction with the private-sector for all UHC2030 partners and health system networks. The aim of the constituency is to be the trusted "go to" community for private-sector engagement on universal health coverage.
The World Economic Forum, the international organization for public-private cooperation, hosts the Private-Sector Constituency of UHC2030 and provides a platform for interaction for all UHC2030 partners and health systems networks.
For more information on the UHC2030 Private-Sector Constituency: review the initiative two-pager document: https://weforum.box.com/s/4sssfqh6hrpozz60udy5h9irl4zlbc95 and UHC2030 Private-Sector Constituency Governance Structure: https://weforum.box.com/s/vaah35s2ylep1g1x2po3unohmsukrild
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UHC2030 Private Sector Constituency Milestone:
On 20 September 2019, A statement was released by the UHC2030 Private Sector Constituency, which outlines how the private sector can help close the global healthcare gap by ensuring equal access to essential services, better quality healthcare and financial risk protection. The statement outlines seven eays the private sector can contribute to UHC.
Interested in joining the UHC2030 Private-Sector Constituency?
The UHC2030 will accept new members for its Private-Sector Constituency every three months. The next deadline for application is 20 December 2019. Applicants for membership must be for-profit entities that are directly working on health system strengthening. To submit an application visit: https://www.uhc2030.org/about-us/uhc2030-partners/private-sector/