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Improving access to healthcare: Effective partnerships with industry

Following the expert panel convened by Access Accelerated, Boston University, and Chatham House exploring the opportunities to advance the science of access, Chatham House has published a summary of the discussions. One of the key takeaways is the critical need for a unified approach to measuring and reporting the impact of access partnerships in global health.


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Report20 September 2023

Action on NCDs: How the innovative pharmaceutical industry helps bridge the care gap

As the 2025 deadline for a 25% reduction in major NCDs draws near, Access Accelerated member organization, IFPMA unveils a new Global Health Progress report to mark the Global Week…

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Report25 May 2023

Key Lessons in Advancing Access to NCD Care: Collaboration, Connectivity, Community

The six-year milestone report by Access Accelerated and its partners highlights the collective achievements, progress, and insights gained from six years of sustained partnerships aimed at transforming the global response…

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News24 January 2023

Five key takeaways from Accelerating UHC discussion

  Progress on noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) and Universal Health Coverage (UHC) are both critical drivers in achieving the 2030 global goals. However, their complexity means that there is no one…

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Report2 November 2022

Event report and video highlights: Unlocking the potential of collective impact

This past September, Access Accelerated and our strategic partners hosted an in-person gathering in New York City on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly annual meeting for a dynamic…

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Report25 September 2019

Advancing UHC for NCD Care

Industry Contributions through Access Accelerated   Universal health coverage (UHC) has become an increasingly powerful common cause in global health as countries around the world seek to bring quality care…

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Report6 March 2020

Economic and Social Consequences of Cancer in Kenya

“Economic and Social Consequences of Cancer in Kenya: Case Studies of Selected Households” is a qualitative study to shed light on the patient journey. Through several case studies, we gain…

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News1 February 2021

Director's Note: Where ESG and NCDs Intersect

Download the following article here.   Environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors have become a vital part of investor decision-making. Doing well on ESG metrics, which cover the non-financial aspects…

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News20 May 2019

Key Learnings in Program Design & Implementation

Access Accelerated in Action shares experiences from 19 member company NCD access programs implemented in collaboration with more than 50 cross-sector partners   GENEVA, SWITZERLAND – 20 May 2019 – Today,…

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