Innovation for Health
September 24, 2014 | Le Parker Meridien, New York  

The path to uncovering the innovations that will revolutionize global health by 2030.

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The Millennium Development Goals have been an important catalyst to identifying transforming global health innovations. What are the critical elements to build on this momentum post 2015 and accelerate the discovery and development of game changing innovations that will revolutionize global health by 2030?

This forum brought together trailblazers and leading influencers in innovation. These speakers, including Princess Sarah Zeid, Maternal & Newborn Health Advocate, and Norway's State Secretary shared their insight on how to fast-track the process to identifying which innovations have the potential to “bend the curve”. Key discussions points included:
  • Defining the next generation of disruptive innovations 
  • Identifying the necessary next steps to accelerate the development of innovations already in the pipeline 
  • Catalyzing investment in high-potential innovations 
Andrew Jack, Deputy Editor, Analysis of the Financial Times chaired this forum that will bring together investors, entrepreneurs and global health experts from around the world for this important discussion.

If you were unable to make it, you can track the conversation on @FTLive using #ic2030