Why UHC makes sense to me

NCDs are a costly proposition not only for patients and their families, but also for health systems. NCDs have a direct impact on economic development. Health Ministries constantly balance the competing demands of emerging health threats, maternal and child health, infectious diseases and HIV/AIDS with the growing burden of NCDs. The worrying trajectory of NCDs reinforces the need for an increased commitment by countries to advancing universal health coverage (UHC).
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The Private Sector’s Role in Ensuring Global Health Security

As the world faces increased globalization, climate change, and the emergence of health threats such as antimicrobial resistance, it is only a matter of time before the next pandemic strikes. The private sector is uniquely positioned to partner with countries to deliver innovative solutions to emerging global health threats.
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Reflections from BIO

From June 19-22, 2017, thousands of the world’s leading biopharmaceuticals descended on San Diego at BIO.  Rabin Martin was on the ground and brings you key insights from this year's conference on issues of access and commercialization in emerging markets, innovative financing models to support vaccine development, patient perspectives within value-based pricing schemes and biopharma’s response to the surge in antimicrobial resistance.
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Cow economics: Multisector partnerships that address complex, culturally ingrained health challenges

This week Rabin Martin was delighted to host Amref Health Africa for a conversation on multisector partnerships that help address culturally ingrained health challenges, such as female genital mutilation, family planning and preventing early child marriage. Amref has helped to improve the health of thousands of people across 35 countries in sub-Saharan Africa over its 50 years of operation, partnering with the private sector to help inform and scale up their programs to bring about sustainable change.
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Your guide to this year’s World Health Assembly

Update, 5/17/17: Now featuring an updated calendar of side events. Attended by stakeholders from industry, governments, NGOs and others, WHA provides a forum for multilateral dialogue to advance health policies to reduce the burden of diseases and drive resources around key health issues. Planning to attend? Check out our guide to key side events.
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Terri Jackson named to the Board of the New York State Public Health Association

We are excited to share that Rabin Martin Senior Vice President Terri Jackson has been named to serve on the Board of the New York State Public Health Association. NYSPHA is a leading voice and resource for public health in New York State, whose members work across the state, at all levels, to promote and implement prevention-oriented policies and practices that support healthy behaviors, advance health equity, and foster healthy communities.
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