29 November - 02 December 2021

The Digital Connected Care Coalition and UHC2030 invite you to participate in our Digital Health Series, examining the role of the private sector in accelerating digital health care in order to reach UHC.

Digital Health Week

Excited to announce the UHC2030 & DCCC Digital Health Series #DigitalHealthWeek!
Digital connected care is increasingly seen as a critical enabler to drive access to and delivery of health care. We are committed to accelerating the digital transformation of health care as a strategy for achieving UHC in low- and middle-income countries by 2030. But how do we realize digital connected care?

Join our events on how digital health and private sector engagement can contribute to strengthening health care systems and accelerate the digital transformation:

29 November | 9:00 - 9:45 ET / 15:00 - 15:45 CET

Webinar 1: Collaborating for digital health and better care

How can we scale inclusive digital health tools? And how can we better align public and private incentives to leverage digital innovations for a united effort towards UHC in this crucial decade of action?


  • Marelize Gorgens Prestidge, World Bank
  • Dr. Anthony Adofo Ofosu, Ghana Health Service
  • Jan-Willem Scheijgrond, Royal Philips
  • Niti Pall, AXA

Moderator: Desta Lakew, Amref Health Africa

Watch the session below:

29 November | 10:00 - 10:45 ET / 16:00 - 16:45 CET

Webinar 2: A deep dive into the private sector’s involvement in digital care

How can digital health and private sector engagement contribute to strengthening health care systems and accelerate digital transformation?

Zooming in on three concrete digital health interventions: What did they achieve and what was the role of the private sector? 


  • Dr. Shivon Byamukama, Babyl, Rwanda
  • Rodrigo Saucedo, Carlos Slim Foundation, Mexico
  • Anne Stake, Medtronics LABS Padayon, Philippines

Moderator: Dr. Muthoni Ntonjira, Philips Kenya

Watch the session below:

2 December | 09:00 - 09:45 ET / 15:00 - 15:45 CET

Webinar #3: DCCC projects and collaborating with the private sector in digital health

Let’s talk about the pitfalls and successes in setting up and running digital health projects.

PharmAccess’ Dr. Ademola Serrano will present Take Care Africa, a pan-African health care information platform currently under development in Nigeria and Tanzania. PATH India’s Neeraj Jain will be talking about the Lighthouse Initiative India: co-creating innovative pilots to advance the Health & Wellness Centers initiative, enable digital solutions across the Indian health system, and improve the standard of care.

Moderator: Dr. Shivon Byamukama, Babyl Health Rwanda & Digital Connected Care Coalition

Watch the session below:

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