Having entered the Philippines only in January 2017, the Department of Health has already show their support for Allied World Healthcare’s (AWH) work and approach to supporting new, underserved or out-of-reach communities access basic healthcare services.
Facilitated by the British High Commission in Manila and endorsed by the Secretary of State for Health, Hon. Sec. Paulyn Jean R. Ubial, MD, MPH, the AWH team met with USec Roger Tong-an and his team to outline AWH’s vision, project and program moving forward.
All parties were in complete agreement about the challenges faced and what approaches should be taken, and a series of follow up meetings have been arranged (centring around technology, integration and most importantly data security).
Both parties are also pleased to report that a formal partnership will be agreed, and a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) has been drafted and sent for legal review – endorsing AWH’s approach, and setting the case for new public-private partnership model in Philippines healthcare.
The next phase of this partnership will be to trial AWH’s model and service delivery in three strategic locations that will be agreed by both parties, commencing in the middle of 2017.
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