2013 Philippine Social Health Entrepreneurship (PhilSHE) Forum Bayview Park Hotel, Roxas Boulevard, Manila 17-18 April 2013 (8AM-5PM)
Fostering Market Innovations for Better Health
The 2-day Forum aims to contribute to the development of an integrated ecology for social health entrepreneurs and their ventures to thrive and create lasting impact to the lives of Filipinos especially those in difficult circumstances. Join leading advocates, practitioners and supporters of social health entrepreneurship in the country in exploring innovative ways to make the health market more inclusive, responsive and empowering!
Learn best practices. Turn challenges into opportunities. Shape the future. Speakers (partial list):
Democratizing health: developing an ecosystem to promote social health entrepreneurship (panel presentation and discussion) Dr. Maria Elena B. Herrera, PhD (confirmed) Professor (Health Policy and Finance, Entrepreneurship, and Social Innovation), Asian Institute of Management (AIM)
Dr. Carlos L. Calica, MD, MBA, PhD (confirmed) Medical Director, DKT Philippines Technical Adviser, Lao PDR Ministry of Health Former Chair, Philippine NGO Support Program, Inc. (PHANSUP)
Ms. Karen Villanueva (invited) Director for External Affairs Merck Sharpe and Dohme (MSD), Philippines
Mr. Jay Bertram Lacsamana (invited) Executive Director, Foundation for Sustainable Society, Inc. (FSSI)
Making the Cooperative Law of 2008 work for community-based social health entrepreneurs Atty. Neil A. Santillan (confirmed) Executive Director, Cooperative Development Authority (CDA)
Public-private partnership for health at the local level: engaging local government units Prof. Ernesto D. Garilao (confirmed) President, Zuellig Family Foundation Former Associate Dean, Asian Institute of Management (AIM) Former Executive Director, Philippine Business for Social Progress Former Secretary, Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR)
Managing the social health enterprise value chain: competing with established players Ms. Fe Remotigue (confirmed) CEO, National Pharmaceutical Foundation
Promoting community-based social health entrepreneurship and enterprise development: lessons and opportunities Mr. Roberto A.O. Nebrida (confirmed) Executive Director, Philippine NGO Support Program, Inc.
Financing and investing in social health enterprises Mr. Leopoldo Resmundo, Jr. (confirmed) AVP, Social Development Unit, Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP)
Best practices in health market innovations Mr. Oscar F. Picazo (confirmed) Vice Chairperson, Philippine NGO Support Program, Inc. (PHANSUP) Senior Research Consultant, Philippine Institute of Development Studies (PIDS) Former Senior Health Economist, World Bank Pretoria
Registration Fees (to defray expenses): Early Bird (until 10 April 2013) â€“ PHP 4,000 (2 days without accommodation) PHP 6,000 (2 days with 2 nights accommodation) Regular/Onsite - PHP 5,000 (2 days without accommodation) PHP 7,000 (2 days with 2 nights accommodation)
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Published on Apr 5, 2013
Published on Apr 5, 2013
Fostering Market Innovations for Better Health. The 2-day Forum aims to contribute to the development of an integrated ecology for social h...