How Can The World Advance Towards AI Maturity In Health?

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Monday, November 16th 12:30 - 13:30 (Swiss time)


The recent report “Reimagining Global Health through Artificial Intelligence: The Roadmap to AI Maturity” was developed by the Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development Working Group on Digital and AI in Health.

The report’s findings suggest that before assessing whether AI offers solutions, countries must identify the health problems they need to address. To realize the full potential of AI in health, countries must also nurture an enabling ecosystem with six interdependent pillars as part of an AI in health maturity framework: people & workforce; data & technology; governance & regulatory; design & processes; partnerships & stakeholders; and business models.

This session’s panelists will explore how these pillars relate to their work and the key success factors for delivering sustainable and scalable solutions.


Lucy Setian

Associate Director HealthTech Innovation, Novartis Foundation


Kwasi Boahene

Director of Advocacy and Director of West Africa at the PharmAccess Group

Roopa Dhatt

Executive Director, Women in Global Health

Kanishka Katara

Head Digital Health (India), PATH

Derrick Muneene

Head of Capacity Building and Collaboration, World Health Organization