Head of Healthcare for KPMG Africa, Anuschka Coovadia's role
has been to support the emergence of healthcare organisations who
have lived the experience of being "disruptors" and
"transforming" the healthcare sector, quietly –
quickly – and without remorse!
In January Anuschka I had the opportunity to attend the WEF in
In conversation-after–conversation, two words frequently
came up with regard to the future of the healthcare sector:
"disruptors" and "transformation". Disruptors
are clearly impacting many healthcare businesses, and many
companies are looking for help to enable them to strategically and
effectively address these issues.
In this thought leadership on "Curing the Ails of Investing
in Healthcare in Africa" we discuss both the challenges and
solutions of driving reformation of the sector, with real-life
examples of organisations who are demonstrating "What Good
This will add a fresh perspective to the conversations being
held all around the Continent on how we move forward to achieving
the goals of the post 2015 Development Agenda and look forward to
your views on how we can disrupt/transform our healthcare economies
to build sustainable, patient-centric systems.
Through the depth and diversity of our work in healthcare in
Africa, KPMG has identified "Examples of Excellence,"
organisations which have been remarkably successful and
These shining examples of "What is Possible" are
private sector organisations which have managed to incubate
transformative concepts in healthcare.
These concepts can be cultivated and produced at scale, at a
regional level, in order to ensure that by 2030 Africa reaches the
goals set out by the SDGs in 2015 - and this time, our economic
growth is inclusive, sustainable and actually translates into
better, healthier lives for all our people.
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