This professional and policy-oriented workshop tackles the complex issue of corruption in the multi-billion dollar global health sector. Participants will gain knowledge about how corruption manifests in the health sector and undercuts health and equity goals. Anti-corruption, transparency and accountability (ACTA) strategies specific to the health system will also be discussed.
This workshop is ideal for a wide range of professionals, researchers, and students involved or interested in learning about the core topics related to corruption in the health sector, and anti-corruption strategies and tactics.
Describe the key characteristics of corruption in the healthcare system and explain how it manifests in different contexts;
Explore the various policy, business, legal, financial, and governance strategies and tactics to address health corruption from different expert perspectives;
Formulate solutions to healthcare corruption based on principles of transparency, accountability and evidence-based policymaking.
Senior Principal Technical Advisor
USAID Medicines, Technologies, and Pharmaceutical Services (MTaPS) Program