AFRICA HEALTHCARE Week

The Africa Healthcare Summit features 60+ high-level speakers from across Africa.  

Day 2

March 7th

Day 1

March 6TH


08.30 Registration & Coffee


09.30 Business Card Exchange Session


10.30 Chairman’s Opening Remarks


10.40 KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Investing in
Africa’s Booming Healthcare Sector
• The latest developments in 2018
• Market characteristics,
developments and trends
• Emerging developments, challenges
and opportunities across Africa
• The Global Health Programme


Mr Das, CEO, M.P. Shah Hospital


11.00 PANEL DISCUSSION: Healthcare
• Innovation - GE Healthcare (sponsor)


12.00 Morning Networking and
Refreshments in the Exhibition Hall


12.30 MINISTERIAL PANEL
DISCUSSION: Investment
Opportunities & Progress in African Health
• Key areas for investment
• Regional overview
• Public private partnerships
• Working with international suppliers
and service providers
• Planning ahead for 2020


Moderator: Mr Diallo,Regional Director for
Western and Central Africa, UNAIDS


Panellists: Mr Malama, Permanent
Secretary, Ministry of Health Zambia
Dr Mambo Maka, Cheif Public Health
Officer, Ministry of Health Cameroon
Mr Mujovo, Advisor to the Minister of
Health, Ministry of Health Mozambique
Dr Abdulrazaq, Deputy Director General,
Ministry of Health Somalia

13.10 CASE STUDY: Steps for International
Companies to Consider When Investing
in Africa’s Healthcare Market
• Challenges and opportunities
• Lessons learnt
• Risk pooling – the pros and cons
• Insurance and risk management


Mr Bhandari, CEO, Lagoon Hospitals


13.30 Lunch and Networking in the Exhibition Hall


14.30 PANEL DISCUSSION: Hearing
from the Distributors
• Business and Partnership Opportunities
• Finding the right partner in Africa
• Cost effective product distribution
• Q&A with distributors looking to work with
international medical device manufacturers


Panellists: Mr Bell, CEO, Phena
Mr Cowell, CEO, Medelec
Mr Mangondo, CEO, GESA


15.00 PANEL DISCUSSION: An In-depth
Discussion with East Africa’s Key Stakeholders
• The demand for medical recruitment
and human resources
• Investing in portable devices
• Plans for new hospital builds
• Providing resources for the ageing population


Moderator: Mr Milelu, Executive
Director, CURE Hospital


Panellists: Mr Poovan, CEO, AAR Healthcare
Mr Venkateswaran, CEO, Sanitas Hospital
Dr Gakombe, CEO, Metropolitan Hospital
Dr Bosire Wairimu, CEO, Kenya Medical Association

Afternoon Networking and Refreshments
in the Exhibition Hall


Please note the Africa Healthcare Week
Presentations will continue in the main hall and additionally in the Dental Summit Hall at 16.30


16.00 Advances and Investment opportunities
in infertility treatment in Africa:
• Technology advancement
• Improving outcomes
• Investment opportunities
• Moving forward and expanding
the infrastructure


Dr Adageba, CEO, The Ruma Fertility Clinic


16.20 International Case Study:
Drawing Comparisons from Other
Developing Healthcare Markets
• What can Africa learn from the
more developed systems?
• Implementing strategies using
international examples
• Examples from Germany, China and Malaysia
• 2020 opportunities


Mr Achebe, CEO, AIDE Africa


16.40 : Panel Discussion: Investment in
Africa: Investing in Africa’s
Booming Healthcare Sector
• The latest developments in 2018
• Market characteristics,
developments and trends
• Emerging developments, challenges
and opportunities across Africa
• The Global Health Programmefunding
and investment

17.20 Chairman’s Closing Remarks


17.30 Close of Conference


The Networking Party Begins We invite you all to attend the complimentary Jazz Evening in the Exhibition Hall with food, drink and entertainment. And Africa Healthcare Awards!

 


08.30 Registration & Coffee


09.30 Opening Chairperson Remarks


09.40 KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Expanding
Infrastructure for Healthcare
• Major expansion plans revealed in East,
Southern, West and Southern Africa
• Facilities improvement plans
• Mapping out the key areas for
new hospital builds
• Moving forward with the future
of healthcare infrastructure


Mr Maini, CEO, Medanta Africare


10.00 Improving Accessibility to Healthcare
Facilities - GE Healthcare (sponsor)


10.30 Ministry of Tunisia: What makes
e-health essential for Tunisia?
• What are the main programs
planned by Tunisia in e-health?
• Health Information Systems
• Using Telemedecine
• Realisation and impact on the population


Mr Ismail, E-Health Special Advisor,
Ministry of Health Tunisia


10.50 Morning Networking and
Refreshments in the Exhibition Hall


11.20 Arian Teleheal: Telemedicine Explained
• Explained: Live telemedicine
work and its operation
• Summary of the impact, reach and
future expansion of Teleheal
• To outline challenges and solutions
to live telemedicine
• To give an insight into the future of
telemedicine using augmented reality


Dr Arian, CEO, Arian Teleheal

11.40 PANEL DISCUSSION: Southern Africa
–Major Developments and Opportunities
• Technology innovation
• Rural communities adopting innovation
• Improving coverage and
adequacy of cash transfers
• Private healthcare investment opportunities


Moderator: Mrs Ogolla, Director,
Pediatric AIDS Foundation


Panellists: Dr Mujovo, Chair Advisor to the Minister
for Health, Ministry of Health Mozambique
Mr Sangweni, CEO, Eshowe Hospital
Ms Mohapi, Operations Director, Queen Mamohato
Memorial Hospital, Likotsi, Mabote and Qoaling Clincs


12.20 Innovating Equipment and Processes in
Radio Therapy Treatment – Elekta (sponsor)


13.00 Lunch and Networking in the Exhibition Hall


14.00 PANEL DISCUSSION:Healthcare Safety In Africa
• Education
• Reducing litigation
• Regulation in African hospitals
• Pharmaceutical regulation
• Drugs Safety
• Safety First! Lost lasting tips for
improvement and sustainability


Moderator: Ms Longley, CEO, AMREF


Panellists: Mr Billa, CEO, Helen Joseph Hospital
Prof Mazwai, Chairperson, Office of Health
Standards Compliance South Africa
Mr Kaliika, Medical Director, Case Hospital Uganda
Dr Onajin-Obembe, President, Africa Regional Section, World Federation of Societies Anaesthesiologists

14.40 Highlighting the Key Emerging
Trends in Private Healthcare in Kenya
• Demographics
• Opportunities for investment
• Potential universal health insurance
• Economic growth
• Urbanization
• Health entrepreneurship
• Medical tourism


Mr Odundo, CEO, Nairobi Hospital


15.00 Panel Discussion: Public Private Partnerships
• The Ministerial perspective
• The private perspective
• Working together
• Moving forwards: Key areas for investment


Moderator: Dr Thakker, CEO, Kenya
Healthcare Federation


Panellists: Selection of Ministers and
public private healthcare experts


15.40 Afternoon Networking and
Refreshments in the Exhibition Hall


Please note the Africa Healthcare Week
Presentations will continue in the main hall and additionally in the Dental Summit Hall at 16.00


16.00 Ministry of Cameroon: Maternal,
Neonatal and Child Health
• Strep B: Diagnostic testing,
• Saving lives Investing in further testing
for irradiating childhood illnesses.
• Maternal health and intrapartum care:
equipment to enhance safety
• Neonatal care investment


Dr Amani, Head of Child, Newborn,
Reproductive, Maternal and Adolescent
Health, Ministry of Health Cameroon

16.20 PANEL DISCUSSION: Investing in West Africa
• Investment for cutting edge equipment
• Partnerships between financial
institutions for health development
• Private healthcare expansion
leaders in development
• Urban and rural healthcare growth:
an infrastructure demand


Moderator: Mr Bhandari, CEO, Lagoon Hospitals


Panellists: Dr Maka, Cheif Public Health
Officer Ministry of Health Cameroon
Dr Bamgboya, Clinical Director, St Nicholas Hospital
Dr Baptiste, CEO, Oxford Epidemiology
Dr Nomhwange, National Consultant, WHO


17.00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks


17.10 Close of Conference