Expert Panel Offers Tips For Global Health Care Service Delivery

In a post in The Guardian’s “Global Development Professionals Network,” a number of expert panelists “offer tips for global health care service delivery.” The panel includes David Jamieson, deputy project director of health supply chains for Crown Agents in Washington, D.C.; Tamsin Chislett, partnerships manager for Living Goods in Kampala, Uganda; Andreas Seiter, senior health specialist at the World Bank; Simon Berry, founder and chief executive of ColaLife in Lusaka, Zambia; Rose Reis, communications officer for Centre for Health Market Innovations in Washington, D.C.; Mandy Sugrue, community manager for mHealth Alliance in Washington, D.C.; and George Jagoe, head of access for Medicines for Malaria Venture in Geneva, Switzerland (Scott, 7/29).

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