UHC2030 Private Sector Constituency: Building a Healthier World
UHC2030 Private Sector Constituency: Building a Healthier World Together Update for the Steering Committee June 19-20, 2019 World Economic Forum 1 Presentation Objective Steering Committee Decision points Does the Steering Committee approve the proposed Governance Structure for the Private Sector Constituency (PSC)? Does the Steering Committee support the overall direction of the PSC (vision, objectives, composition, etc.)? World Economic Forum 2 Discussion Points Overview of private sector constituency Who we are Our proposed governance Moving forward
World Economic Forum 3 Who We Are Private Sector Constituency Vision and Objectives Vision 30 Constituency Organizations To be the trusted go to community for advice , advocacy (and eventually joint action) on issues related to private sector engagement in UHC Objectives To build (i) trust, (ii) mutual understanding around the UHC concept and (iii) the role of private sector in it To serve as a Platform for private sector engagement in UHC, i.e. for knowledge sharing, policy dialogue, showcasing member activities, promotion of principles, match-making
To contribute to the work of UHC2030: (i) plug into the new workplan; 2) co-develop and provide feedback on UHC2030 Partnership on its products, technical working groups, etc. 4 Summary Overview of private sector constituency Membership: UHC2030 Private Sector Constituency (PSC) has been established 30 members (22 companies and 8 associations) Selection criteria: for-profit entities from 6 healthcare sectors across the value chain as well as industry associations. Publicly commit to supporting UHC outcomes. Need to pass the due diligence process. Host: World Economic Forum (WEF) for the next 2 years (pro bono) Launch: December 6, 2018 (first virtual meeting of first cohort of PCS)
Who we are Private sector constituency members and their support 30 Constituency Organizations 20 Companies from 4 sectors + 10 Associations PSC members are eager to take actions in countries and make impact beyond advocacy Pharma, Biopharma & Biosimilars Disruptive Technology Medical Technology (MedTech) Associations UHC2030 PSC Core Action Group
Service Provision Supply Chain Health Insurance New members from May 2019 Mandate PSC members want to be integral part of UHC2030 & receive mandates for its work from the Steering Committee, i.e. what deliverables would you like to see from the constituency Target sectors Challenges in categorizing companies by sector: many have multiple business lines and hard to map to a sector Limitations due to for-profit requirement: many service providers and health insurance registered as not-for-profit Non-health companies working on health interested to join: consumer companies, financial services (banks, private equity) and consulting 6 Who we are
Private sector constituency distribution CURRENT COMPOSITION 3 2 13 4 8 Pharma - 8 global companies (Sanofi, Merck, JNJ, Novo, Pfizer, Takeda, Novartis, GSK) - 4 Branded Drug Associations (Kenya - 1, India, Japan, International) - 1 Generic (World Self-Medication Industry) Med Tech - 7 global companies (Philips, Henry Schein, Ottobock, BD, Sumitomo, MEDx, GE Healthcare) - 1 Association (DITTA) Provider - 3 companies (Apollo, AQHS, Fullerton) - 1 Association (Kenya -1) Disruptive technology - 2 companies (Amref Enterprises, Mission & Co)
Other: - 3 associations (Healthcare Federation of Nigeria, Allied World Asia, German Healthcare Partnership) Current participation from 4 sectors vs target from 6 sector (over 40% of companies still represent the branded pharma sector) No representation from (i) country-based companies / health SME; (ii) generic pharma, (iii) insurance and (iv) supply chain Need to revisit sector categories after HLM: possibly include more sectors and providers / insurers registered as not-forprofit 7 How we plan to work Proposed Governance Arrangements UHC2030 PSC is made up of two bodies: 1. Core Action Group: determines the general directives and responsible for the strategic management of the Constituency Setting the annual vision Setting the work plan and deliverables Guiding key products (e.g., Multi-stakeholder statement)
Providing strategic input to key initiatives of UHC2030 Core Action Group Membership Nomination: self-nominate or nominated by other members Term: standard term is one year and renewable once (2 years max) Composition: (i) up to two companies per sector and (ii) Two Associations (different sectors) 2. Consultative Group: contribute to, exchange on and collaborate towards achieving UHC. The Consultative Group will also provide strategic input to the DMG on activities such as: workplan, deliverables, annual vision and other strategic initiatives. Champions individual company activities & invites other PSC members to join in. Governance proposal Proposed Core Action Group Composition 2 Companies from 6 sectors + 2 Associations Pharma, Biopharma & Biosimilars Disruptive Technology
UHC2030 PSC Core Action Group Supply Chain Medical Technology (MedTech) Each sector can be represented by 2 entities 4 sectors have full representation 2 sectors no representation Associations can be represented by 2 sectors 1 Association (1 on wait list for next cycle, same sector) Representatives must be Senior Executives (Vice President or above), with 1 deputy Service Provision Health Insurance Associations COMPOSITION
STEERING COMMITTEE REPRESENTATION SC decided last year for WEF to represent PSC PSC is now organized and would like 1-2 more companies to sit on the SC (given the 30+ member companies) By next SC meeting, PSC can propose an arrangement for approval for additional PSC members to sit on the SC (nomination and rotation) Discussion points Steering Committee Decision points Does the Steering Committee approve the proposed Governance Structure for the Private Sector Constituency (PSC)? Does the Steering Committee support the overall direction of the PSC (vision, objectives, composition, intent for SC representation)? Could the Steering Committee members help encourage more companies from more diverse sectors and more regions apply to join the PSC ? World Economic Forum 10
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