STICH 2017 graduating class.
As pointed out by one of the participants, “health is about people – and health systems are about change makers and systems entrepreneurs who are positively shaking health processes”. Participants were representing several stakeholder groups, from private sector provider, to public entities, government representatives, social enterprises and national associations offering a broad range of representatives across several eco-systems driven to strengthen and/or transform health systems.
Participants were exposed to key components of innovation such as change management, business model innovation, design thinking, allowing them to rethink health system delivery and gain core competencies to implement innovative thinking.
[i] the Global strategy on human resources for health: Workforce 2030 – http://www.who.int/hrh/resources/global_strategy_workforce2030_14_print.pdf