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mountainThe annual report of the World Health Innovation Network documents its climb to transform health systems to achieve peak performance.

Network celebrating year of scaling summits

The future of health care will be led by harnessing data to create services, technologies, and business models to improve outcomes, says Anne Snowdon.

Chair of the World Health Innovation Network (WIN) based in the Odette School of Business, she acknowledges the contributions of partners around the world in its 2018-19 Annual Report.

“I’m grateful and honoured to collaborate with such an exceptional group of health system stakeholders committed to providing the essential expertise and research evidence needed to drive economic growth, transform our health systems, and improve population health,” says Dr. Snowdon.

In the report, she writes “Mobilizing health information to support the design, implementation and scalability of data-powered health technologies creates the pipeline of next generation products capable of transforming healthcare delivery.”

Read the full report on the WIN website.