Managing Markets for Health
- Sept. 7, 2020 – Oct. 2, 2020
- Online (free)
- University of Edinburgh
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, governments are striving to increase their capacity to contain and mitigate the disease while sustaining provision of other essential health services. This requires a whole-of-society approach, mobilising all available resources within the health sector – whether they are in the public or private sector. This online course provides practical guidance for governments and their partners on how to achieve this.
The Managing Markets 4 Health curriculum has been developed over many years by some of the world’s leading health systems experts.
It was designed to enable governments and their partners to ensure equity of access to safe, effective, and affordable health care through engagement with the private sector. Now, in 2020, COVID-19 represents a major threat to these goals. The MM4H curriculum has been redesigned to reflect this new reality.
Our new learning content and activities – available in both English and French – will help you understand how to sustain the path towards equitable, high-quality health services as you strive to contain and mitigate the impacts of the pandemic.