Despite the fantastic achievements and progress IEEPO has made over the last 15 years, there is still much more to do to ensure everyone around the world has equitable access to healthcare.
The right infrastructure is important and digital systems are evolving to enable the sharing of data between healthcare departments to help make systems more efficient.
Putting patients at the heart of healthcare and involving patients in a diverse and inclusive way is the backbone of humanising healthcare.
“It is a long journey to universal healthcare, but at Roche it remains our ambition that all patients should have access to diagnostics, medicines and digital solutions, wherever they are in the world. We realise this is ambitious and no one organisation can achieve this alone, but it is an inspirational goal and one day we hope we will realise our ambition and universal healthcare will be a reality for all.” - Severin Schwan
“My view is that healthcare is a basic right for every person around the world. It shouldn't depend on whether or not you are born in one country or another or your family has money or doesn’t have money… I think that’s something everyone should have.” - Thomas Schinecker
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